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Loomis Trail Golf Course was designed by Graham Cooke and rated the #5 public golf course in Washington state by Golfweek, 2012. Designed for its Northwest location, Loomis Trail is outstanding for year-round play. It boasts both scenic beauty and...more
It was quiet when I visited. So I enjoyed my time alone there. Course was in good shape with some wet spots. Will come back to try the Semiahmoo.
Jenny K, Guest Relations Manager at Loomis Trail Golf Club, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for joining us for a wonderful round of golf. We're happy you found our course well maintained, and we appreciate your feedback. We hope your visits to the area bring you our way again; we'd love to welcome you again.
I live in Blaine Wash. surrounded by quite a few beautiful golf courses and this one is amongst the top of my favorites to play It has a fair amount of water which my “Whitey” likes to find and thus is a very tough and...More
Jenny K, Guest Relations Manager at Loomis Trail Golf Club, responded to this reviewResponded 23 April 2018
Hearing that we rank among your favorite courses is a true honor, thank you! It's lovely to know you've enjoyed the beauty and challenges our course offers and that our reasonable rates ensure your wallet remains happy as well. The only thing we...More
Great conditions for early fall golf. The course is in good shape. Greens were recently punched but have recovered nicely. Weekday rate is $45.00. Canadian currency taken at par.
Worth a visit for sure.
Loomis Trail has a water hazard on almost every hole and, unlike its sister course, Semiahmoo Golf and Country Club, has no adjacent home sites except on the 12th and 13the fairways. It is open to the public on even numbered days; the public can...More
usually this course would be rated a 5, but due to the the drought in Washington, the greens are fine, but the fairways have many dead areas.
beautiful course ususally, very difficult, 14 holes with water, narrow fairways, tough greens.
have a snack bar and...More
Loomis Trail had a "Canadians play at par" promotion when we played a week ago. The course was basically deserted when we played but it was very hot and humid so probably why. Course needs water - badly. Fairways were turning yellow and like concrete....More
This course has its challenges with plenty of water hazards and the fast greens. Contrary to its sister course (Semiahmoo) it is not as wooded but provides its challenges to its distinct layout. The staff are always very helpful and will provide any assistance you...More
Goo challenge for all types of players . Beginners tees are excellent for new golfers or those who are intimidated by water and other hazards. They provide a shorter distance and enabled the novice player to compete with the regular player. Excellent idea. Course is...More