Eugene Country Club is set among towering Douglas Firs where its natural setting and strategic challenge has elevated the club’s reputation as one of the best courses on the Pacific Coast.
Better known perhaps for his first Oregon project at Bandon Dunes in 1999, architect David McLay Kidd returned to the Beaver State a decade later to lay out the woodland course at Tetherow Golf Club.
Opened in 2012, Bandon Preserve features a double green at the 4th and 7th holes, a dramatic drop in elevation at the 5th, with Cut Creek threatening the tee shot at the 11th.
Ben Hogan claimed his first Major title here at Portland Golf Club, winning the 1946 PGA Championship. The following year the club played host to the Ryder Cup that nearly didn’t happen...
One of the main sporting attractions at Sunriver Resort is the Crosswater golf course which lies 15 miles south of Bend in central Oregon...
Ghost Creek is the Robert Cupp and John Faught-designed course at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club that you can play; Witch Hollow is the one you can’t.
Columbia Edgewater Country Club was designed by Dublin-born Vernon Macan, who became one of the Pacific Northwest’s most prolific architects of the Golden Age of golf course design.
There’s nothing fancy about Astoria Golf & Country Club, so don’t expect to find extravagant bunkering or complicated greensites if you tee it up here...
Situated a little more than a mile from downtown Bend, on the eastern side of the Deschutes National Forest and the Cascade Mountains, nestles the ever-popular Broken Top Club.
Built on the site of an old cattle and sheep ranch, the Bandon Crossings Golf Course was lovingly crafted by the local husband and wife partnership of Rex and Carla Smith, aided and abetted by architect Dan Hixson.