Golfers who live in Oregon know they’re spoiled. They play courses created by world-class designers without having to take out a second mortgage, or wait in line to get a tee time. They can watch a seven iron rise above the Pacific, and drop a putt on a Nicklaus course in the Central Oregon golf desert, all in the same day. Whether your game is a buddy road trip or resort relaxing, Oregon golf will spoil you, too. In Oregon, there’s always something to do. You can cycle along hundreds of miles of designated bike lanes, take road-trips to wine country, hunt for fossils or get lost in the moment of a brilliantly crafted scene of play at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. There’s also plenty to see. In addition to pristine public beaches, high-desert country, painted hills and wine-producing valleys, Oregon is home to North America’s deepest river Gorge (Hells Canyon), the country's deepest lake (Crater Lake) and the world’s second-most-climbed mountain (Mt. Hood), which also happens to host North America’s only year-round ski season. Bring a camera and your 'A' game on your next Oregon golf trip.
Oregon Golf Courses:
The best of Oregon golf. Located in the SW corner of the State, this resort is home to 4 incredible courses along with a 13 hole par-3 course. It's a bucket list must play and will challenge all levels of golfer. Be sure to book a caddie to not only help navigate around the terrain but to add to the overall experience. The courses are walking only since power carts are only allowed with a doctors note.
Sunriver Resort - Bend:
Located 3 hours east of Portland, this region is a hidden gem for great Oregon golf. Choose from 3 championship designs at Sunriver Resort including Crosswater (former Senior Tour stop) to local favourites like Tetherow, Brasada Ranch and Pronghorn.
When you pair Oregon golf with local craft beer or their famous Pinor Noir, it'll make for a great golf trip for couples, ladies getaways or groups.