Gamble Sands

ROOMS
37
Courses
One
Amenities
The Inn at Gamble Sands / one restaurant / one golf course / fitness center / pool
Golf Top 100 Courses in the World
Gamble Sands is a Washington golf resort worth escaping to.
Address
200 Sands Trail Road , WA 98812
Phone
509-436-8323
URL
https://www.gamblesands.com/

Travelogue

You might think the “gamble” in Gamble Sands is whether you’re willing to make the long trek from wherever you’re coming from to pay a visit. Don’t sweat it — this is a bet that pays off every time. No question, Brewster is remote, but the wide-open Sands Course is consistently regarded as one of the best and most fun golf courses in Washington State. It will leave you giddy as your drives bound down David McLay Kidd’s firm, generous fairways; better yet, the contouring steers balls away from hazards and back toward the short stuff. Accomplished players will relish the opportunity to go low, while mid-to-high handicappers will appreciate not getting beat up. The quaint (and affordable) Inn at Gamble Sands will keep you grinning between rounds.
Gamble Sands is a Washington golf resort worth escaping to.
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Gamble Sands is a Washington golf resort worth escaping to.

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The 100,000-square-foot Cascade putting course.
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The 100,000-square-foot Cascade putting course.

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Gamble Sands is located in Brewster, Washington.
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Gamble Sands is located in Brewster, Washington.

Brian Oar

6 things you need to know

  • 1. Best time to go:

    Summer months are longest and warmest — you’ll want to play as much golf as you can on this incredible course.
  • 2. Daily stay-and-plays start at:

    $149
  • 3. Golf experience:

    The Sands Course is a links-style stunner with fescue, firm playing surfaces, wide fairways and massive greens.
  • 4. Best non-golf amenity:

    The Danny Boy Bar & Grill and the 100,000-square-foot Cascade putting course (We know—it’s not a real non-golf amenity.)
  • 5. While you're there:

    The spectacular Columbia River is close by, as is a popular escapes for Seattle urbanites: Lake Chelan and Chelan Falls.
  • 6. Insider tip:

    Shots can fly two clubs further due to the thin, desert air.