Snohomish literally used to be someone's farm. The Club house is the house (the snack bar is basically the kitchen) and they keep the carts in the old barn. It sounds weird, but once get there, it just seems right. It sits in the middle of quiet acreage and it really a nice setting. You'll find people there for the golf. You don't play Snohomish to show off your new shiny clubs.
The course is pretty straight and really long. The length is a challenge for me, but it is a fun place to really open up and see how far you can nail it. The par 3s are tough, because they are closer to 150 yds than 100, but I enjoy the challenge. Because of the course's length (and possibly my wild shots) I'm usually pretty beat by the time I'm done with 18 holes. This course is one of my favorite courses to play with my Dad (he's good and gives me lots of tips).