Every December, we offer an early sign up deal for paying for your 2015 membership by the end of 2014. With your early sign up, we give you a 4 guest or golf cart pass, and 4 range tokens. These early sign ups help us with the expenses that come before the season starts.
2015 memberships will run from May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016. (In the past memberships ran April 1st to March 31st, we extended your 2014 membership by one month.)
New members who sign up before May 1st play free from the day they sign up.
Single AFTERNOON MEMBERSHIP - $599 plus tax, TOTAL: $647.52
Single FULL ALL DAY MEMBERSHIP - $799 plus tax, TOTAL: $863.72
Couple FULL ALL DAY MEMBERSHIP - $1299 plus tax, TOTAL: $1404.22
If you choose to sign up in December please send a check made out to the Orcas Island Golf Course to P.O. Box 1295 Eastsound, WA 98245
If you have any questions please email me or call me on my cell 360-317-4406
Orcas Island Golf Course
Orcas Island Golf Course has proudly served locals and tourists to beautiful Orcas Island for over 50 years. Just like the rest of the island, it is a very relaxing and beautiful place, making it perfect for golfers of all ages and abilities. With weekly men's night scrambles and ladies day as well as various other tournaments and events throughout the season, we have something for everyone! Offering both a front and a back nine tees to play 18 holes with a good variety of shots, a full driving range, cart and club rentals, and a picturesque location, Orcas Island Golf Course is truly a must-see for anyone visiting the island and a social hot-spot for locals!
"Just a brief note to tell you we played 18 holes yesterday and had a wonderful time. The natural setting of the course is beautiful, it's very well maintained, and with all the hills it's a brisk walk and a nice challenge to the golfers' course management skills. Our Orcas golf adventure was one of our most enjoyable golf outings ever! Thanks so much."
- Michael 10/13/2010
"On the second hole of our particular course, you can play billiards golf by bouncing your second (typically my third) shot off of a steep right-side hill onto the green. While you play that hole, you try not to disturb the eight baby ducklings that are hiding in the tall weeds on the pond side of the green, while the eagles fly overhead in a cobalt blue sky, just waiting for the opportunity to have a duckling dinner"
- Warren Miller 7/2/2009