Golf At Alderbrook Golf and Yacht Club

Pro Shop

Yardage Rates

Hole by Hole

Etiquette

Golf Instruction

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Pro Shop

Find everything you need to have a great time golfing here!

Pro Shop Hours:

Winter: 8am – 5pm

Summer: 7am – 7pm

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Course Yardage

Spring/Fall Rates

Day 18 Holes 9 Holes After 1pm
Mon-Thurs $42 $30 $30
Fri-Sun $50 $34 $36

Clubs

Rental clubs are $10 for 9 holes and $15 for 18 holes for The Tour Strata.

We also offer a bundle set for a Ping G425 rental club set with two sleeves of balls for $40.00.

Winter Rates

Day 18 Holes 9 Holes After 1pm
Mon-Thurs $32 $24 $24
Fri-Sun $40 $28 $28

Summer Rates

Day 18 Holes 9 Holes After 1pm After 5pm
Mon-Thurs $50 $35 $36 $28
Fri-Sun $65 $42 $43 $35

Cart Rentals (per person)

$17

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Alderbrook Golf and Yacht Club

Golf Etiquitte

Our goal is to ensure that you have an enjoyable experience every time you play golf at Alderbrook. For this to happen it is important for everyone to understand our policies and expectations. If you have questions, please contact the Golf Shop at (360) 898-2560 ext. 1 or email headpro@alderbrookgolf.com or gm@alderbrookgolf.com.

Tee Times

Members may make Tee times 14 days in advance and non-members 7 days in advance on our website, by phone (360) 898-2560 ext.1) or in person at the Pro Shop at. (If unable to keep your scheduled time, please cancel at least 24 hours in advance.) Groups of 20 or more may book tee times as much as 12 months in advance; a deposit will be required within 90 days of the event to hold the time.
Players are encouraged to form foursomes. The Pro Shop will pair singles and twosomes when possible.

Player Responsibility

Players must register with the Pro Shop 10 minutes in advance of scheduled tee time, pay applicable green and cart fees, have their own clubs and bag, and be familiar with golf etiquette and club rules.

Pace of Play

Please remember, your group’s place on the course is behind the group in front of you, not ahead of the group behind you. Reasonable time to play the golf course is 4 hours 20 minutes. Play ready golf and be ready when it’s your turn. Play from appropriate tees; it is recommended that back tees be used only by players with less than a 10 handicap.

Non-Playing Children

We welcome and encourage children to play golf, but for liability and safety considerations, non-playing children under 15 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times while on the golf course.

Motor Carts

The operator of any motorized golf cart (rental or privately owned) on Alderbrook Golf Course must have a valid driver’s license.

Dress Code

Dress code applies to the golf course and all practice areas. Clothing must be appropriate, clean and in good repair. Fleece or jersey sweat pants, tank tops, halter or fishnet tops, bare midriffs, T-shirts, cut-off pants (shorts), or gym, swim or tennis wear are inappropriate course wear. Shorts must be mid-thigh length or longer.

Golf Shoes 

No metal spikes are allowed May 1 through September 30, only green-friendly footwear is permitted. Metal spikes are not permitted in Clubhouse at any time.

Tournament Prize Winnings

Alderbrook Golf Club hosts tournaments and other events in which amateur players are eligible to win prize money redeemable for merchandise in the Pro Shop. Winners are entered into a Pro Shop database to enable them to redeem their winnings. Please inform the Golf Shop when a purchase is to be charged against your winnings.

Golf Responsibility

Golfers are responsible for property damage or personal injury resulting from inappropriate action or conduct. If you witness inappropriate actions or club rule violations, please report them to the Pro Shop or management for immediate action.

Golf Carts

  • See posting by hole #1 to determine cart path use.
  • Carts must remain on paths for all par three holes and hole #8.
  • Use the minimum number of carts per group; four golf carts for four players is poor golf etiquette.
  • Carts are allowed in the parking lot, but please be aware of aware of pedestrian and automobile traffic.
  • Broken golf carts on the golf course may not be towed by an automobile or truck. Contact the Pro Shop for proper towing.
  • Member carts must have a current trail-fee sticker. Guest carts must have a daily trail-fee receipt.

Sign up for Lessons to Improve Your Game!

No golf workshop, school, clinic or individual lesson will take you beyond the skill and experience of the instructor. We have assembled a team of instructors that is unparalleled in the area. Alderbrook’s Golf Instructors offer programs to meet the needs of all golfers. If you are new to the game or just need to tune up your swing we have a program for you. Call (360) 898-2560 X 1 to book your lesson.

Current Programs

  • Private Lesson (30 minutes) – $60
  • Private Series (4 sessions) – $200
  • Junior Lesson (Age 14 and under) – $35 – 1 lesson
  • Junior Golf Series (Age 14 and under) – $120 – 4 lessons
  • Group Lesson (60 minutes) – $75 – up to 2 people per lesson
  • Additional person for a group lesson – $25 per additional person

Head Golf Professional

Grant Cation

My journey into golf began at the age of 10. Early on as a junior, I would go out and watch my dad play golf with his friends.  Many of my favorite childhood memories were being in the cart and watching him play. My dad was one of my biggest influences for me to start playing this beautiful sport we call golf.  Upon learning from my dad, and our local head professional, I was able to grasp the game, its ethics, and what the game means to me as an individual.

I started playing my junior career through WJGA and PNW Junior Tour and playing for Shelton High School, graduating in 2014. I was able to earn college golf scholarships to play and attend Grays Harbor Community College for two years, and University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff for my final two years while getting my degree in environmental science.

Returning from school in Arkansas, an opportunity opened up to become the Assistant Golf Professional here at Alderbrook Golf and Yacht Club in 2018, starting my career as a Golf Professional in the PGA-PGM, paving my way to take on the role of Head Golf Professional in 2022.  I’m currently still an associate in the PGA-PGM program, working my way to Class A, to become an official member of the PGA.

Alderbrook is more than a workplace for me, it’s my home, and I couldn’t be prouder to represent the golf course, and the city of Union as their Head Golf Professional.

 

Teaching philosophy:

Having a swing that you can repeat is key, and when I’m teaching my student that’s my aim. No model swing, no textbook, and absolutely no bias as to how your swing looks. So long as it repeats! The game of golf is already hard enough as is, so it’s important to me to keep your swing as simple as possible while going through GASP (Grip, Alignment, Stance and Posture) to ensure that your swing can be consistent and repetitive.

 

Favorite Golf Quote:

“The most important shot is the next one” Ben Hogan

Assistant Golf Professional

Damian Hawley

I grew up in a small town in Washington, located on the Colville Indian Reservation. The first time I touched a golf club was in my freshmen year in High School, I have loved golf ever since. After high school I moved out to Spokane, Washington and started my first career as a Tall Tree Climber for 6 years. It was a lot of fun and I enjoyed it (for the most part). I ended up quitting and started my journey as a Golf Professional. I enrolled in the PGA PGM program at the University of Idaho in 2016. There are only 18 schools in the country that offer this program. I was lucky enough to graduate in 2021 with 2 bachelor’s degrees and a Membership in the PGA. During my time there I was able to intern at some of the prestigious golf courses in Washington State. During that time, I was able to find out what type of golf facility I was able to really thrive in and really honed my skills as a golf professional.  I also participated in the Jones Cup for all 5 years of school. The Jones Cup is a golf tournament that is between all 18 schools that offer the PGA PGM program, and each program takes the 5 best golfers to compete in a two-day tournament.  A month after graduating I proposed to my lovely girlfriend and a year later, we were married. A year after that we are expecting our first child. I have loved golf ever since I first touched that golf club in my freshmen year of high school. Golf, in my opinion, is the best sport there is. Golf teaches you about life and how to overcome adversity. I love to teach and interact with members and guests. If you ever see me in the golf shop stop and say hi and tell me all about your round (if you’re not happy with it, I can help with that).

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY:

Have you ever had a really good range session and went out to the course and had one of the worst rounds ever or had a really terrible range session and had a career low round? This is because you are playing golf two different ways. If you do not have a good routine and a solid set up, there will always be inconstancies in your golf game because you are playing golf differently every time you tee it up.  As a teacher I like to start with the set up. How you stand over the ball, how you grip the club and where you are aiming. These are the fundamentals that all golfers need in order to be consistent. It may sound boring, but the only way to be consistent is to do the same thing every single time. As golfers we cannot control the weather or course conditions, but we can control our set up, that is everything you do before you even hit a golf shot. Not everyone can hit a drive 300 yards, but everyone can have a good solid set up to maximize their efficiency on the golf course. I try to simplify to golf swing as much as possible. There are a lot of timing elements in the golf swing, and I try to take out as much of that timing as possible. Golf is a complicated sport as is, so let’s not overcomplicate it.