Lynnwood City Council unanimously passes resolution supporting the golf course

At its Monday night meeting, the Lynnwood City Council unanimously passed a resolution supporting the on-going operation of the Lynnwood Municipal Golf Course.

The resolution described the golf course, in part, as “a longstanding community asset” and stated that it represents “85 acres of open space helping to fulfill the recreational needs of the community.”

The resolution also cited the long-term partnership with Edmonds Community College. The resolution said that the city council will advise and support the department of parks to develop a plan to ensure the financial sustainability of the golf course.

The next step will be the hiring of a third-party consultant. The department of parks already has a consultant in mind and a contract with the consultant likely will be submitted to the city council in the next couple of weeks.


  1. That’s good to hear. I grew up near Dale Way Park and this course opened right when I got my first clubs. It’s the first place I played it’ll be the place I take my son to play when he’s ready.

    But for the love of god, please get this place in shape. I played in February and it was just miserable. No range, no restaurant, empty pro-shop…it’s a shell of the course it once was. The pricing structure is antiquated and it’s too expensive with world-class options in the puget sound becoming more prevalent. It’s especially ridiculous to think I could play Walter Hall or Legion for $8 less on a weekend afternoon, and $2 less during the week. Get it together, Lynnwood. Contract a management company, because it’s disgusting that I hate playing at the course I grew up on.

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