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Willows Run Golf Course

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10402 Willows Rd NE
Redmond, WA 98052
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(425) 883-1200
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Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA
Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA
Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA
Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA
Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA
Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA
Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA
Willows Run Golf Course - Redmond, WA

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Best

Played Willows saturday and was really impressed. golf course was in great condition the staff was freindly and helpful and the beer was really cheap. Why drive anywhere else wh...

Worst

It looks nice from the outside, but this course is always overloaded. It takes at least 5 hours to play and you wait on every shot. The course is in good shape and the greens ar...

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Great golf instructor 6/8/2006

Mark Bass, the director of instruction at Willows Run Golf Academy in Redmond, is a great golf instructor. It is worth noting that in all sports, a great athlete does not make a great teacher. You could have Tiger Woods himself come in to teach you, but I doubt that he would be a better golf teacher than David Leadbetter, for example. With this point in mind, I would like to say that Mark Bass is a great golf instructor. He completely reoriented my golf swing around body weight transfer rather than arm power. He also straightened out my swing plane, which helped my accuracy tremendously, especially on the short irons. What makes him a great teacher is that he has that unique ability to look at your swing and tell you what you're doing wrong, and what you need to work on to improve it. He also covers course strategy in his instruction, including what type of shot to play when, and course management skills. If you are at all interested to pick up golf, or lower your handicap if you already play, I would wholeheartedly recommend Mark as an instructor. more

Nice, nearby course 9/16/2005

I’ve played at Willows Run numerous times, both at their driving range, Heron Links, Coyote Creek, and Eagles Talon. All are nice, reasonably inexpensive courses to play at that offer very wide open holes, and a great view of Mt. Rainier on a clear day. On most evenings in the summer, you can even see balloonists in the distance….it’s very nice. more

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Good course for beginner golf 8/3/2005

Willows Run (Eagle Talon or Coyote Creek) are great golf courses for new golfers. The fairway and greens are flawless like high-end courses, but they fairway is also pretty flat. There are some holes with character, but there aren't a lot of traps or hills to cause frustration in a new golfer. I've been a beginner golfer now for about 10 years and appreciate this course. I can focus on consistency and staying in the fairway rather than worrying about how to adjust my stance when hitting on a bad slope. The best part about Willows is the senior and women's special-- $22 for 18 holes week days. It is great. I can go out after work and get in 18 holes and not be crowded by the people jumping on the course after twilight rates hit. more
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Editorial

  • The Courses
    The main courses--Coyote Creek and Eagle's Talon--are mostly flat, but can be difficult. If it's just brushing up on your game that you're after, stick to the 9-hole Heron...

  • 8/14/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Pro Shop: Mon - Sun, 7am - 6pm; Fire Creek Grill & Bar: Mon - Fri, 10am - 7pm; Sat & Sun, 9am - 7pm; Driving Ranges: Tue - Sat, 7am - 6pm; Sun, 7am - 3:30pm; Courses: Wed - Sun, 8am - 4pm
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Cash, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Sammamish Valley, Willow - Rose Hill

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