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This course is a favorite among Portland golfers. However you'd never know it was such a heavily played public course due to its immaculate condition. You'll find plenty of water hazards, old trees and other challenges along the 6,508-yard track. Surrounding the course are Johnson Creek, Crystal Springs Lake and Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden. The city championship traditionally takes place here. The great conditions and beautiful layout aren't the real reason it's so popular with locals. The real reason is the budget-friendly price. It can get crowded, but you will practically have the course to yourself on a weekday morning. Tee-times are taken up to a week in advance.
This publicly-owned facility is one of Portland's oldest golf courses. With a renovated restaurant and a pro shop, this course is just 15 minutes from downtown. Broadmoor provides a perfect terrain for amateur as well as professional golf enthusiasts. In addition, it also has a venue which is perfect for hosting private events, especially wedding receptions. Golf tournaments are regularly hosted here with many opportunities for singles and doubles to walk on.
The Heron Lakes Golf Course offers challenging fun for all skill levels. Created by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones II, the beauty of the course rivals the incredible scenery and views as you play. There are plenty of bunkers and water hazards, so bring your patience and plenty of balls. The course was listed as one of the country's top 75 public golf courses by Golf Digest. You can hit off natural turf at the driving range, and there is a pro shop and snack bar for your convenience as well.
Featuring both a par-71 west and par-73 east course, Glendoveer Golf Course is a popular spot for golfers of all skill levels. The east course is the most challenging with plenty of hills and bunkers to keep you on your toes. Beginners may want to try the relatively flat west course. Reservations are suggested, but not required. The covered driving range is also heated, offering comfort on those chilly winter days.
Traditionally home of the Fred Meyer Challenge, The Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club is the only place to see Professional Golfers Association players in Oregon. The Fred Meyer Challenge is a fun, laid-back pro event, hosted by Peter Jacobsen, local golf hero. The event usually occurs the first week of August, and it gets crowded. The club is semi-private, with one of two 72-par courses open to the public year round. The Fought and Cupp courses are not to be missed.
Host of more championships than any other course in Oregon, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club is a wonderful example of how good golf can be in Oregon. Two courses, one par 71 and one par 72, are laid out in the wooded hills and forest southwest of Portland. The golf club has been host to the U.S. Women's Open Championship. Other big tournaments include the Girls Junior Amateur Championship and the Junior Amateur Championship. This upscale golf club is an example of golf at its best.
What used to be 170 acres of farmland is now a beautiful sprawling golf course, par 71 and nearly 7,000 yards. Located in the flat, open country south of Portland, the course has wide fairways that give mediocre golfers a little help. The nine-hole putting course is also fun, and good practice, too. The large golf shop has everything you need and more. The club's specialty is corporate tournaments and events. Green fees vary by season and time of day. Fees include golf cart. Discount programs are also available.
Located just west of Portland, Forest Hills Golf Course was completed in 1953. The 72-par course puts water in play and features Pao Annua grass. Non-members can play at the semi-private course. Tee times can be made up to a week in advance. A chipping area, putting green and driving range are all available. Enjoy a glass of wine or beer at the on site bar.