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Hole 18 (Tahoma) The home hole is a slightly uphill par 5, surrounded by dunes. The remnants of vast concrete sorting bins loom over the teeing grounds. After navigating a fairway dotted by bunkers and swales, built to accommodate play as a par 4 or par 5 during the U.S. Open, a large green featuring multiple levels and strong contours awaits. Imagination and a deft putting touch are required to pass the final exam in this championship test.

TAHOMA: Perhaps the most iconic natural landmark in Washington is Mt. Rainier, which happens to reside in Pierce County. The Indian name is Mount Tahoma. In fact the name Tacoma is a derivative of Tahoma. We felt that Tahoma was a fitting name for the home hole and final climb at Chambers Bay.