About the Course
Royal Oaks Country Club is a tough tree-lined golf course with demanding greens. The grounds are maintained in premier condition that offers first-rate drainage year round. It is a popular tournament site and has hosted major Northwest tournaments. Recent tournaments include the PNGA Amateur where Tiger Woods won in 1994. ROCC is rated the 5th best course in the state of Washington in Golf Digest’s ’20-21 best courses by state.
Royal Oaks Invitational
Royal Oaks is host to one of the top amateur tournaments in the Northwest. Click the button below to be redirected to the ROIT website for more information.
Royal Oaks Caddie Program
The caddie program is open to children of members and non-members over the age of 14. All caddies must complete an official training session. It's a great opportunity to earn summer money and see if you are interested in becoming an Evans Scholar. Royal Oaks Country Club is seeking freshman in high school with strong academics and work ethic. Golf skills are not required to become a caddie. Three caddies from Royal Oaks have been awarded the Evans Scholarship which is a full ride to an affiliated University. Congratulations to Zach Peros - University of Washington, Tony Cole and Tevon Phomphakdy - University of Oregon!
Please contact Head Golf Professional, Scott Leritz for more information.
Scholar Athlete Program
In 2012, Royal Oaks Country Club initiated a new scholarship and mentoring program to benefit the youth of Clark County who exemplify outstanding academic achievement, high school golf athleticism, and community citizenship. The Scholar Golf Athlete Program was developed to honor and encourage area high school golfers by rewarding courtesy membership privileges to Royal Oaks Country Club throughout their time in high school. The program enables student golfers to utilize facilities and resources at Royal Oaks, while helping them to continue to improve their golf game, and further their love of the game of golf. Scholar golf athletes must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 throughout their involvement in the program, and participate in High School Golf. Those recipients who go on to play college golf may be eligible to continue to receive courtesy membership privileges with the approval of the NCAA and the student's chosen University or College. Please click on the link below for further information and application requirements.
Scholar Athlete Program Information