Eagles Pride Golf Course - Red/Blue
Located just 20 minutes south of Tacoma, Eagles Pride Golf Course in Fort Lewis is one of the area's best golfing values. Originally opened as the 18-hole Fort Lewis Golf Course in 1940, it soon became known as one of the best military courses in the country but it's also open to the public. Another nine was added to the layout in 1979. The three nines, known as the Red, Blue, and Green, are played in different 18-hole combinations. The Red/Blue Course is the original layout. The classic design is player friendly but at the same time challenging with an abundance of trees lining the fairways and greens as well as tricky elevation changes that make it tough to find a flat lie. Each hole offers plenty of variety.
Previously known as Red/Blue at Fort Lewis Golf Course.
|White (W)||74||6440 yards||76.5||132|
|Gold (W)||74||5904 yards||71.9||119|
|Red (W)||74||5822 yards||71.4||118|
|Blue M: 72.7/126||491||177||505||433||439||460||457||154||339||3455||434||369||150||448||185||383||360||422||598||3349||6804|
|White M: 70.0/120 W: 76.2/130||476||164||462||395||400||450||416||130||330||3223||363||334||122||414||175||361||346||401||590||3106||6329|
|Gold M: 66.5/115 W: 72.0/119||379||160||440||366||370||440||373||110||327||2965||329||327||106||370||147||330||305||310||459||2683||5648|
|Red M: 65.8/113 W: 71.1/119||375||157||435||364||354||426||367||103||329||2910||325||321||101||259||141||282||302||306||453||2490||5400|
Food & BeverageBar, Grill
Good value but can be slow
Nice really long course. Starts out Par 5, par 3, par 5 which is unique. Lots of freeway noise and can be VERY slow at times. Overall it's a nice course and a solid value.
Very nice course with friendly staff. Tight fairways at times, but fair. The course was in very good condition for how hot and dry the weather has been.
Well kept course.
Course was in excellent condition. Very easy to find location. Everyone was friendly and professional.
Great Challenging Course
Course is in very good condition and layout is excellent especially from the the back. This is a very tough but fair course that rewards keeping the ball in fairway.
I highly recommend this course to anyone looking for a good challenge and fun hike through the woods.
Course - 0ne.... golfers = zero
Course seems to be in great shape. I had not played it for several years. It is long. I did not play well at all. We waited at every hole as it was pretty busy and play seemed slow. we were 5 hours for our round.
The Course is Great, But...
The course is in great shape, challenging and fun. You need to hit the fairways to avoid big time trouble. The course is fair if you are hitting good shots.
However, the pace of play was very poor today. We had a threesome in front of us and we had to wait almost every shot. It was not the threesomes fault because they were waiting for people is front of them.
Great value for the price. If it wasn’t near the highway I could see them in increasing the price. Great shape for the end of the summer
Nice Course - Need a Soda
Great condition. If no hospitality cart, please make sure on course vending machines are operable. They never seem to be.
As a ret. USAF serviceman, I have played a lot of "military" courses and Eagles Pride is one of the very best! It is a LONG walk; the Red/Blue course is somewhere between 8.5 and 9 miles (LONG walks in-between tee boxes) total with some up and down hills so you will feel it when you're done. But, they have an awesome NEW dinning facility, and they also sell ANY clubs you want (even special order) at a GREAT rate with NO taxes, and the people there are pretty darn nice!