Seattle >Jefferson Park Golf Course
Party Event S_cked!.
Don't bother having your kids party at Interbay. They offer terrible service, cheap food and worst of all they charge a 20% gratuity for all parties which is ridiculous for this kind of service.
Notified the coordinator of the service and have not recieved any word back, must know they have a problem...
Youth golf lessons. My child did not enjoy the golf camp and I did not feel like he learned much. The ratio of student to instructor was Much to high for proper golf instuction.
The Mercedes of Seattle driving ranges and a new course for beginners and professionals alike..
Realistic green designs at a variety of distances make the covered Astroturf driving range an excellent place to practice approach shots. Upstairs, patrons practice short irons with great sightlines. The executive par-3 course is a pleasure to play, with a cut resembling a real course with fairway and rough. Bunkers are deep and the greens are big and fast though freckled with many unrepaired divots. The mini-golf course is a blast.
Not A "Golf Course". By definition Interbay is not a golf course. 9 holes and 8 par three's does not a golf course make. If you want a quick golf fix then by all means "play away".
Good range. Great place to learn golf.
The double-decker driving range is best in the Seattle area. Heat lamps keep you warm in the winter too. Golf balls are average driving range quality.
Could improve the quality and size of chipping/bunker practice area.
Equipment in pro shop reasonably priced.
Golf course is all par 3's except first hole which is a par 4. Great environment for kids or golfers who are just learning the game. Very low stress since most people on the course are learning.
it sucks. the restraunt sucks, its over priced and there is no selection. the range is alright. but the course is over priced.
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