Club Information






Course Architect

H. Chandler Egan (renovations by Gil Hanse in 2012)


Course History

Waverley  Country Club has a rich history that spans more than 100 years. The club has made a significant impact on amateur golf in the Pacific Northwest and continues to provide extraordinary social impact on the lives of its member families. Click here for more information about Waverley Country Club.


Past USGA Championships held at Waverley Country Club

1952 U.S. Women's Amateur (Jacqueline Pung)

1964 U.S. Senior Amateur (William D. Higgins)

1970 U.S. Amateur (Lanny Wadkins)

1981 U.S. Women's Amateur (Juli Simpson Inkster)

1993 U.S. Junior Amateur (Tiger Woods)

2000 U.S. Women's Amateur (Marcy Newton)


Notable Waverley Country Club Fact

Tiger Woods won his third consecutive U.S. Junior at the club, rallying from a 2-down deficit with two to play in defeating Ryan Armour in 19 holes. Woods birdied Nos. 17 and 18 and par No. 19.


Waverley Historic Foundation

In 2012, Waverley created the Waverley Historic Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization that exists exclusively for charitable or educational purposes.

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© Copyright 2017 Waverley Historic Foundation

Photography courtesy of Waverley Country Club and the United States Golf Association