36 great golf holes here, southeast of Seattle, mostly just golf, not much in the way of houses on the course. The China Creek Course is 6,716 yards, par 71 from the back tees. The Coal Creek course is a bit longer at just over 7000 yards, 133 slope, both yardages from the back tees. Both courses were designed by Fred Couples and Robert E. Cupp. It's maybe the most expensive public course in the area, with upscale clubhouse and amenities. Both courses are well done and very well maintained, but I think the Coal Creek is the better of the two in terms of the course quality and challenge, while China Creek has better scenery, and is a bit easier on your game. Coal Creek is an open, links type of course with heavy fescue rough lining the fairways, mounding in the fairways, and sloping greens, 300 foot elevation change, and plenty of bunkers.