Harrington Golf and Country Club

Harrington Golf and Country Club

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Harrington Golf & Country Club

The Golf Course

Harrington Golf & Country Club, is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located in Harrington, Washington. The Harrington Golf & Country Club golf course was completed in 1962, it opened for play some months later. The course was designed by Bob Putman. This regulation length 9-hole golf course plays to a par-36 and a maximum 9-hole distance of 3,166 yards. The course rating is 37.3 and the slope rating is 126. 

Some Cool Facts About

Harrington Golf Course

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Founded in 1962

"The Harrington Golf and Country Club was built by [local] folks, their hearts and minds every bit as fertile as the 70 acres of Jack Boyer’s wheat field they converted, a project that began with a $45,000 loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farmers Home Administration. The Kennedy Administration made such funds available for converting farmland into recreational use, among other community improvements."
Read the rest of this story by Bob Bostwick from Washington Golf by clicking below.

In June 1963, more than a year before Harrington would open, course architect Robert Putman (front row, far right) poses with the all-volunteer (and all-Harrington residents) construction crew.

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"Harrington is impressive enough with what is arguably the finest nine-hole golf course in Washington, maybe the entire Pacific Northwest."

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