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Semiahmoo Golf & Country Club, Blaine

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  • Spent the week at a condo a few miles away and made a point to enjoy a happy hour (or 2) at Semiahmoo. We have stayed here before and remembered the awesome location and super friendly staff. There ha...  more »
  • A friend of mine from the East and his wife came to visit us. He and played golf and tennis a lot together in BH but she was only tennis and my wife was only golf. We went to Semiahmoo and played nine...  more »
  • Some great golf holes, a ton of water! Staff very helpful. If you are staying at the resort I would suggest eating at the golf course as the hotel's food is poor quality and over priced.  more »
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  • Very nice overall experience with good friends and good service but food wasn't as good as on previous visits.
  • Plated a tournament here for the first time. Great course.
  • I was there in August. Clubhouse and Pro Shop are 5 star, and its located in an upscale neighbourhood. Several 'Asian' walking golfers with the push carts that slow the pace. Great place to play if you are on vacation.
  • Good wholesome food is served, menu items to change varying on the season.
  • This is a beautiful course that is well maintained. Arnold Palmer was the designer. Judging from this course, Arnold likes doglegs and bunkers. The course fairways are a reasonable width but are lined with towering trees. I would recommend buying the yardage book so that you'll know the distances to the numerous bunkers -- too many bunkers for my game. The course is walkable but has some hills -- nothing terribly onerous. Greens are fairly undulating. This is a sister course to the nearby Loomis Trail Golf Club. Both courses are private but open on alternating days to the public. Semiahmoo is open on odd dates and Loomis on even dates. We paid the $55 senior rate on a Monday morning. This course was very enjoyable to play and definitely worth a visit.