Another par 3 at only 70 yards, the second hold should be rather simple. The only difficulty is the bunker protecting the front of the green. If you can make it over, par should be a feasible score.
This tricky hole has two trees in the fairway, which makes your approach shot a little more difficult. Don't fly the green either, or you will wind up in the sand. However, it's only 55 yards, so a pitching or loft wedge will be enough for most golfers.
Reaching 135 yards in length, this par 3 has an interesting shot moving downhill. It's considered the most over judged hole on the course. The grounds crew usually likes to place the hole in a difficult area as well.
The fifth hole is the easiest to reach on the Pasadena Ridge course, but it can be a difficult putting surface. Often time's, golfers will 3-putt this hole due to the fast green.
The sixth hole is beautiful and well maintained. You can reach the green at 65 yards, but it's heavily protected by bunkers on the left and back of the green. Also, the green tends to slope to the back, making this a difficult putting surface.
This 50 yard par 3 is simple as long as you hit the green. Guarded by bunkers on both sides, most golfers will aim for the middle of the green. Be careful though, it's quite big, so you could find yourself with a 60ft. putt.
Pasadena Ridge golf course is well maintained throughout the golfing season. If you're looking for an apartment in their community or would like to play a round there, contact the clubhouse and see if there is a member willing to play with you.
Pasadena Ridge Golf Course
4710 North Pasadena Lane
Spokane Valley, Washington 99212