Originally Posted by Cinque
Hi, folks. I'm new to the area and Terrace Creek is the closest course to my home so I'll be playing it as much as I can. I've noticed that updates on this forum died down around August of last year. I read the controversial thread and am glad I wasn't here for all of that, but did that kill the spirit of the Terrace Creek thread?
I'm curious to find out if there are up-coming improvements still in the works. I liked the hole 13 "island" idea. I'm also hoping talks of a practice basket will resume.
I'm looking forward to getting out and volunteering my time in order to help maintain courses (and help build new ones – somewhere in Edmonds maybe?
) all over the Seattle area. I'll be checking this thread regularly, so I'll look for opportunities to get out and help.
Lowell Shields designed and installed Terrace Creek. You will see him, in a white minivan, at both Terrace Creek and Mineral Springs, selling discs.
Lowell works closely with the City of Mountlake Terrace to stay on top of any news regarding the course. He also is usually involved in most the work parties there.
Shoot him an Email at:
and get yourself on the mailing list, this will keep you updated with any new course info.
Chainbangerz is the best place to keep up with local info for both the Seatac, and Lakewood courses, and the club is responsible for all maintenance and work parties that go on there, so thats the best place to get updates regarding those two courses.
Dont forget to try our newest two local courses, Blythe Park, and Silver Lake, both have nice 9 hole layouts, and both play better now, when they're dry and not so muddy. Great for an after work round or two.
If you want to donate some money to a worthless cause, go play the dubs on Wednesday night at Juel park in Redmond, Bob Clark will be most appreciative.