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About Trinity Golf

The golf program is open to both men and women. Teams compete as part of the National Christian College Athletic Association. In addition to athleticism, the team emphasizes leadership and service, two hallmarks of Trinity’s educational programs. The vision of Trinity Golf is to be the premier, small college golf program in the Puget Sound region.

  • Trinity golfers balance their desire to excel in one of the ten academic majors we offer, with a freedom to fully express their personal passion for their athletic development.
  • Trinity golfers take full advantage of the unique benefits of a small, liberal arts college experience within a Christian context. 
  • Trinity golfers play as freshmen and receive financial support for their golf talent and academic record.
  • Trinity golfers are not concerned about the tremendous variety of wonderful and challenging weather in the Pacific Northwest. 
  • Trinity golfers desire to impact the college and the community in a positive way which glorifies God, and can make an eternal difference in the lives of others, on and off the golf course.

How is the greater Seattle area for golf?

The October 2011 issue of Golf Digest analyzed data on five criteria for America’s 50 most populous cities: climate, cost, amount of public courses, quality of public courses, and accessibility of play; to determine “The Top Cities for Golf” in the U.S.

The greater Seattle area ranked tied for sixth with Orlando, Florida.

Finishing in the Top 5 are Dallas/Ft. Worth, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, and Tampa. Finishing below Seattle are Houston, Phoenix, San Diego, St. Louis, Chicago, Denver, Atlanta, and Virginia Beach.

The Pacific Northwest is a great place to play. You may have heard we get some rain up here ... and we do. But golfers in the greater Seattle area enjoy golf year-round and are blessed with a variety of quality, accessible and affordable courses. Seattle ranks 44th among U.S. cities for rainfall with an average yearly rainfall of 36.2 in. By comparison, Orlando averages 48.4 in.