The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge Pace of Play Guidelines
How We Manage Pace Of Play
Arcis Golf is committed to delivering extraordinary golf experiences played at an enjoyable pace. It is our expectation that every golfer accepts the responsibility to maintain their position on the course relative to the pace of play target time. At The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge our goal is for each guest to be able to play at a pace that is comfortable and enjoyable for them, and as such, we encourage you to choose a tee time that aligns your preferred pace of play with the expectations detailed on this page.
By selecting an appropriate starting time, as well as following the pace of play guidelines and helpful tips below, you should be able to easily maintain your position on the course and complete your round at an enjoyable pace.
In the event that a group is out of position or causing undue delay, our Player Assistants will:
1. Provide an initial friendly reminder and a specific expectation to regain position.
2. Act as a forecaddie to assist groups in regaining position.
3. If a group is unable to regain position, the Player Assistant will provide that group with options to move back into position, such as skipping shots / holes, rain check, or restarting their round behind the last group.
Thank you for doing your part to improve pace of play. We value your time and are honored to serve you.
Your Position on The Course
Your position on the Golf Course is directly behind the group in front of you.
Not directly in front of the group behind you.
How To Choose The Appropriate Set of Tees for Your Game
Arcis Golf encourages players to play from a set of tees best suited to their driving distance. In addition to providing more enjoyment for golfers, teeing it forward also can be one of the most important steps that golfers take in improving pace of play. As a guideline, you should be able to consistently and comfortably reach each green in regulation from the tees you choose to play. Take into account the playing conditions for the day. If weather conditions are causing the course to play long, factor in the loss of distance and select your tees accordingly.
The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge Tee Selection Guide
|Average Driving Distance||
|300 Yards||Mt. Si||7,264||72||75.6 / 143||n/a|
|290 Yards||Mt. Si / Single Tree||7,056||72||74.5 / 143||n/a|
|280 Yards||Single Tree||6,873||72||73.8 / 142||NA|
|260 Yards||Single Tree / Saw||6,677||72||73 / 140||NA|
|250 Yards||Saw||5,282||72||72 / 136||NA|
|235 Yards||Saw / Axe||6,161||72||70.1 / 135||NA|
|225 Yards||Axe||5,973||72||69.3 / 134||75.3 / 140|
|215 Yards||Axe / Three Trees||5,671||72||67.7 / 128||73.3 / 136|
|200 Yards||Three Trees||5,336||72||66.2 / 125||71.5 / 132|