Fircrest Golf Club

Fircrest Golf Course was designed by Arthur Vernon Macan and is nearly the same today as when he designed it in 1923. Fircrest Golf Club grew out of the woods, with no homes, roads, or businesses in the area; just a parcel of land of 165 acres of wooded and rolling terrain that Macan turned into his signature course. It is a golf course that has stood the test of time and provided its members, guests, and professionals with a challenging test each time they play a round of golf.

It has been said that "if you play well at Fircrest, you could play anywhere!" That was true in July 1923, when the course opened and it is true today. The course never plays the same way on two consecutive days and gives even the best players the opportunity to use all their skills during each round. Fircrest Golf Course is considered one of the nation's sportiest layouts. The design that A.V. Macan drafted is based on the natural movements of the existing land in the true Scottish tradition, with the undulating terrain providing a challenging opportunity for golfers at all levels. His design of multi-tiered, undulating greens was an innovation in 1923 and is as tough today as the day they were first played. 

Fircrest has long been known as a "golfing club". Though professionals who have played Fircrest have won nearly 100 major championships, it is the everyday player who has gained the most enjoyment since conception. Longtime friendships and as many as four generations of family members have made Fircrest the friendliest club in the Pacific Northwest. Its traditions have favored all levels of players and people from all walks of life. A consistently solid proprietary membership, and active women's club and one of the strongest junior programs in the country have made Fircrest a model club.

Most importantly, Fircrest Golf Club has been a place for people, and all the wonderful stories they tell.

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