Bellevue offers golfers two options -- the Bellevue Golf Course and the Crossroads Par 3 Golf Course. The city's Parks & Community Services Department maintains the courses and makes capital improvements while Premier Golf Centers manages clubhouse and driving range operations.
Bellevue Golf Course
5500 140th Ave. NE
The Bellevue Golf Course measures 6,013 yards from the blue tees. This course plays tougher than its yardage; golfers must manage tree-lined fairways and firm, fast greens to post low scores. The course rating is 68.4 with a slope of 117. For more information and to reserve a tee time, go to Premier's Bellevue Golf Course web page.
Sign up for summer junior camps online or by calling the Pro Shop at 425-452-7250.
Crossroads Par-3 Golf Course
15801 NE 15th St.
This nine-hole course is an excellent short-game and beginners' course. For additional information, go to Premier's Crossroads Par-3 Golf Course web page or call 425-452-4873. The Crossroads course is open from March 1 to Oct 31.
Call Evan Johnsen at 206-624-1301 (office) or 425-503-4851 (cell) to find out more about the First Tee Junior Program at Crossroads.
FootGolf at Crossroads Par-3
FootGolf is a combination of two popular sports, golf and soccer! Now available at Crossroads Par-3, the game is played very similarly to golf but with a regulation #5 soccer ball instead of clubs. The holes are shortened, and the goal is to kick the ball into 21-inch diameter cups using the least amount of kicks as possible. The rules largely correspond to the rules of golf. FootGolf at Crossroads Par-3 hours and fees
Wear appropriate golf clothing, and NO CLEATED SHOES ARE ALLOWED. We recommend turf shoes, indoor soccer shoes or sneakers.
No outside alcoholic beverages are allowed.
See the Crossroads Par-3 FootGolf score card for course route and tee box location. Wait for your turn. Make sure your kick will not interfere with other players.
Kick off your ball from a position up to two meters (six feet) behind the tee markers.
The ball must be played in a single movement. You are not allowed to push the ball with the top or bottom of your foot. Your foot should be set separate from the ball, clearly behind, before each kick.
Wait to play until the ball has completely come to rest. (It is not legal to stop the ball from rolling with the wind.)
Play the ball from where it lies. You are not allowed to move the ball or remove jammed objects. Exception: You may mark the spot and lift the ball when it may obstruct the other players' kick or ball in any way.
The player farthest from the hole is the first to kick the ball.
The order of play is established based on the score of the previous hole. The player with the best score will kick off first on the next hole, followed by the second, etc.