Lynnwood Golf Course is a great walking course that has enough challenge for all but the best ball striker.
- The fairways are nicely lined with pine trees so if you don't drive the ball straight you better expect to pitch out or hit a fantastic knock down shot if you want to save par.
- The greens are always well maintained and generally absent from many ball marks. They roll true when compared to many other municipal courses.
- The course drains well! Better than many other courses that I've played, it's playable in all but the wettest weeks.
Bottom line: this course is great for getting out and walking 18 holes. It drains well, the greens and fairways are well maintained and the trees lining the holes really give the course some personality - as well as forcing you to make a tough decision between hitting the driver or hybrid off the tee. It's definitely worth playing, I've never had a bad round playing at Lynnwood Golf Club!
Lynnwood is a great course for the money. It's short, par 65, but the conditions are great. I always enjoy playing here during the weekdays.
College students can play for the junior rate with a college id as well!
Okay, so I don't golf and have no desire to become a golfer, but the Golf Course is beautiful and amazingly groomed. It's right directly behind Edmonds Community College -- where I attend school, so it's a great place to take a walk between classes. There are some wonderful paved trails, and the ponds, groves of trees and fountains are like parts of a peaceful oasis. Since it's never really busy here, I've never had a problem with stray golf balls or crazy caddies running me over. But, if you are nervous about being on the course, there is a trail that goes around the course. If you are at Edmonds Community College and find yourself with some spare time, you should take a stroll around this amazing golf course.
They keep the course in pretty good shape, and for how affordable it is I go here often. It is a fun course to play. A lot of par 3's and straight and narrow holes. Not everybody enjoys this place as much as I do.
Decent course. Kind of small. I prefer to play at Jefferson in Seattle. This course is good for a beginner. Also, good for someone who is just look to ht a few balls around.