Welcome to Granite Curling Club

Granite Curling Club of Seattle is home to curlers of all abilities, including more national champions than any other club in the USA.

Come Try Curling

We have open houses 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.

Come play in a bonspiel

Bonspiels are weekend competitions - often with a theme. We'll even help you find a team.

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.


Teams Good, Larway win State Club Championships


Em Good, Jennifer Westhagen, Christie Wilhelmy, Hannah Volkman, and Jill Lamberts defeated Miyo Konno, Kris Ikegami, Claire Bonin, and Jiyoung Lee 3-1 in a best of five series to take the women's state club championship. Joel Larway, Benj Guzman, Peter Sommer, and Chad Siefert took the men's by defeating Doug Kauffman, John Rasmussen, Liam Barksdale, Andrea Callegari, and Bill Rugen in a second playoff game after the three teams played a double round-robin to a three-way tie.

Holiday Spiel results

If you didn't play in this year's Holiday Spiel you missed a fun one. We had 32 teams with some old and new friends joining us from B.C, Oregon and California, plus we had some of the best holiday looks to date.

Clark and company take the Seattle Cash Spiel

Brady Clark, Sean Beighton, Philip Tilker, and Darren Lehto took home $2,500 by winning the Seattle Cash Spiel on Thanksgiving weekend. The runners-up were Jeff Richard, Tom Shypitka, Jay Wakefield, and David Harper from Kewlowna.

No pets policy in the club

The board would like to remind everyone that the Granite Curling Club has a no pets policy for the interior of the club. This is for reasons of health, safety and liability. Please do not bring your pets into the club. Service animals are an exception to this policy, of course.

Please contact April at openhouses@curlingseattle.org if you have any questions. Thank you for your cooperation.

Granite Curling Club’s Communications

Granite Curling Club’s Communications

Granite Curling Club communicates with its members primarily through electronic methods.  We do this through our official websites and through email list servers.[1]


Want To Know More?

See Curling Basics for information and videos.
Come see the club and watch some curling. The club is open for visitors during Leagues and many weekend events. Check our Calendar, then see our Map & Directions.
See the webcast to see what's going on right now.

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