Brief Description: This course was built upon the volcanic ashes of Mount St. Helens. Water hazards (a lake and a creek) come into play on many holes throughout this wide-open design. The fairways are tree lined, and the greens are medium in speed and size.\n\nThe Three Rivers Golf Course, an 18-hole course established in 1983 next to the Cowlitz River, is owned by the Kelso/Longview Elks BPOE #1482. Built on a base of silt and sand, the course drains well in wet weather and golfers commute here from up and down the I-5 corridor when other courses are too soggy to play.\n\nThree Rivers is also a beautiful course in the summer, and many local golfers buy annual passes and play nearly every day. There is a clubhouse restaurant with a breakfast and lunch menu. Group barbecues can be arranged.\n\nThe course offers a grass driving range with a covered area and mats for bad weather. Range balls are $3.50 for a bucket of 33, $5.50 for 66 and $7.50 for 99.\n\nThe Three Rivers Golf Course offers a relaxing day out on the links, and can also accommodate tournaments between 24 and 144 golfers â€“ including food and power carts call for details.
Driving Directions: I-5 from Seattle: Take Exit 40. Turn right onto N Kelso Ave and stay on this road as it will become N Pacific Ave. You will be traveling parallel to the railroad tracks. As you come to Yew St take the right Y up over the tracks. The golf course is about
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