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Running Y Ranch

Running Y Ranch

Klamath Falls, Oregon
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Patrick Koenig
01/08
Patrick Koenig
ArchitectBadgeArnold Palmer
Klamath Falls, Oregon
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  • Address5500 Running Y Rd, Klamath Falls, OR 97601, USA

Running Y Ranch will never compete with Bandon Dunes from a pure golfing perspective, but it knocks the socks off Bandon as a holiday resort. This is a place where you can enjoy great golf and your family can enjoy the amenities that combine to keep everyone happy.

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Patrick Koenig
01/08

Set in the in the south of Oregon near the Cascade Mountains, Running Y Ranch is a sunny and relaxing full-service resort located on the south-western shore of Klamath Lake. Just to the south of the resort is Klamath Falls, which was voted “one of the best places to live” by Relocate America.

The golf course at Running Y Ranch has also received a number of accolades, including being ranked in the Top 50 Courses for Women. Designed by Arnold Palmer in 1998, it’s laid out at lofty altitude and the 7,138-yard tips measurement will not pose a problem for solid ball strikers at more than 4,000 feet above sea level.

A gentle opening par four gets you on your way and it’s followed by a par five that’s reachable in two for the big hitters. The real interest starts at the boomerang-shaped, short par four 3rd which tempts the aforementioned big hitter to have a crack at the green from the tee. But first you’ll have to decide whether you are brave enough to take on the large lake that runs down the left side of the hole. The 4th is a super par four that sweeps to the right with a lake down the same side, but the signature hole at Running Y Ranch is at the next hole. The short par three 5th is at high 4,200 feet altitude but it’s actually set in an open meadow but the green is surrounded by water and a stonewall.

Despite its lofty perch, the golf course at Running Y Ranch is routed across the basin of relatively flat former ranch land. In fact, the key is in the name, Running Y is very much a working cattle ranch that extends to 6,000 acres and there’s an equine adventure waiting for those prepared to exchange their golf clubs for a Stetson and saddle.

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Arnie teamed up with Ed Seay in 1972, forming the Palmer Course Design Company which was later renamed Arnold Palmer Design Company when the firm moved to Orlando, Florida, in 2006.

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