Welcome to Granite Curling Club

The Granite Curling Club of Seattle is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to spreading awareness of the sport of curling in the Puget Sound community and providing resources for curlers to compete nationally and internationally.

Come Try Curling

We have Learn to Curl sessions throughout the season - come learn what curling is all about and try it out. Discover why it's harder than it looks - and some muscles you'd forgotten about.

Where is Granite?

Granite Curling Club is in North Seattle's Haller Lake Neighborhood - between Aurora Ave N and I-5.

Join us for a GCC Bonspiel

Throughout the season, we host 10 bonspiels which welcome curlers from across the United States, Canada, and the world to compete and socialize.

Bring Your Friends Curling

Bring your whole work or social group to curl in a group event. We can support groups of any size for private events.


Bonspiel Results: Inaugural Kozai Cup

Congrats to the 2024 Kozai Cup Winners: Eric Lin, Richard Palmason, Greg Schmidt, and John Rasmussen

The Kozai Cup, hosted on June 15, is a new single-day bonspiel established to celebrate our top volunteers. As one of our founding families, the Kozai family has been integral to the Granite Curling Club from the beginning. Betty and Cindy Kozai were prominent volunteers at the club, and we are honored to establish this event to recognize their contributions and volunteerism.

Bonspiel Results: Rainbowspiel

From May 17-19, we spent the weekend at the theater for our 2024 Rainbow Spiel - Broadway on Curling Ice. Round of applause for our winners!

A Event Winner: Brandon Van Avermaete, Trey Harrison, Thorsten Frank, Sam Sparks (GCC)
B Event Winner: Jonathan Benjamin, Sanya Oh, Floyd Bardell, Jeff Timmins (Vancouver CC)
C Event Winner: Miyoko Baensch, Geoff McAlpin, Shelley Roberts, Sam O’Mullane (GCC)
D Event Winner: Chris Mina, Peter Garbes, Chris Cummings, Veronica Wang (San Francisco Bay Area CC)

Three GCC Members head to World Senior Championships

From April 20-27, three Granite Curling Club members will compete in the World Curling Senior National Championships in Östersund, Sweden.

Darren Lehto joined Team Farbelow, the USA Senior National Champions, to represent USA again on the world stage. Chad Johnson was asked to represent the Nigeria Curling Federation. He looks forward to representing his ancestral land as well as promote curling to a group of people who are underrepresented. Peter Garbes is curling with Team Philippines. This marks the historic debut of a Philippine team at a Senior Worlds event. Good curling to all three teams! Learn more about the event and view line scores on WCF's website.

Want More Curling In Your Life?

Learn about Curling
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Rent some sheets for a Group Event
Become a member of GCC
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