Jackson Park (Seattle)
Jackson Park is a 160.7-acre (0.650 km2) public park and golf course in north Seattle, Washington, occupying most of the space between N.E. 145th Street on the north, N.E. 130th Street on the south, 5th Avenue N.E. on the west, and 15th Avenue N.E. on the east. It opened to the public in 1928. Jackson Park has both a nine-hole par three course and a full eighteen-hole long course. It offers amenities such as a pro shop, cafe and bar, cart rentals, driving range, and putting practice greens. It underwent renovations in 2001 to allow Thornton Creek to flow through in a more environmentally beneficial way. This renovation added a lot of water to the front nine and increased the difficulty significantly. The course also offers junior camps that run throughout the summer. The current course record is 65, held by Tiger Woods.
The neighborhood surrounding the park is sometimes referred to as Jackson Park. Its boundaries are the city of Shoreline to the north, the neighborhood of Lake City to the east, the Northgate area to the south, and the neighborhood of Haller Lake to the west.
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