Multipurpose venue helps make Kingston a golf destination
White Horse golf course, located in Kingston, is an expansive state of the art clubhouse. Built by the Suquamish Tribe as an investment in the local community, this multipurpose facility features a full service restaurant, meeting space and indoor/outdoor wedding venues. The clubhouse will also create a number of new local jobs.
“Our new clubhouse is a place that will bring the community together,” says General Manager David Raper. “Golf is the focal point, but the new venue will be a place where organizations can hold meetings and charitable events, businesses can hold retreats, families and friends can gather for social events, and locals can enjoy a glass of wine with a delicious meal in a relaxing and friendly environment.”
Overlooking the 18th hole, the 22,000 square foot clubhouse was designed by DH Briant Associates of Bainbridge Island and constructed by Korsmo Construction of Tacoma.
Golfers and the public can enjoy breakfast and lunch daily with unique menu items created by renowned Executive Chef Thomas Kollasch. The focus will be on fresh, healthy Pacific Northwest cuisine complemented by an array of wine and beverage options. Before or after a round of golf, stroll through the golf shop on your way to the outdoor patio and relax with a beverage from the full service bar next to one of three fire pits.
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