Featured Oregon Golf Courses

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Featured Oregon Golf Course

Langdon Farms Golf Club

Ranked as the #1 Course In Oregon To Host Tournaments and Corporate Events and rated four out of five stars by Golf Digests Best Places To Play for 2010, Langdon Farms Golf Club is home to 18 holes of stunning golf designed by John Fought and Robert Cupp. Langdon Farms Golf Club opened to rave reviews in 1995 and immediately became a favorite in the Portland area. Over the years, the local, regional and even national golf writers have consistently recognized it as a truly unique golf experience. The golf facility is open, as displayed at the entrance, to the PUBLIC ONLY and specializes in hosting tournaments, outings and special events.

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Tetherow Golf Club

One of Central Oregon's exceptional golf experiences, Tetherow Golf Club is an 18-hole championship semi-private course that boasts a distinctive layout by David McLay Kidd - the award-winning architect of Bandon Dunes and Castle Course in Scotland. The 7,298-yard links-style course features imaginative routing lined by fescue grasses flowing magnificently with the natural terrain. Tetherow offers a diverse mix of holes framed by ragged bunkers, knobs and knolls, and is surrounded by panoramic views of Oregon's high desert and Central Cascade Mountains.

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Featured Oregon Golf Course

Ghost Creek at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club

Designed by Robert Cupp, this members-only course is nestled in the shadows of the Tualitin Mountains surrounded by dense stands of fir, maple, oak, and ash. Its challenging and scenic layout was the site of the 1997 and 2003 U.S. Women's Open and was rated in 2005 in Golf Digest's America's 100 Best Modern Courses. Witch Hollow most recently hosted the 2006 U.S. Women's Amateur.

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Bandon Trails

When Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw began working in the sand to uncover our third course, they faced the challenge of following Bandon and Pacific Dunes. Opened in 2005, Bandon Trails begins atop a massive sand dune, quickly opens into a sprawling meadow, works higher into the coastal forest, and finally returns to finish in the dunes. The course is enjoyable to walk and is a constant reminder of how the game was originally created among inland rolling dunes with dramatic ocean vistas.

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