Oregon features a wide array of seaside links, desert retreats, and some of the top public courses in the nation. Needless to say, a golf trip to Oregon is something every golfer deserves to experience.
But with hundreds of golf courses to choose from, selecting the perfect one (or three) for your golf trip to Oregon can be tricky. We’re here to make it easy. With stunning tracks all over the state, this is where you need to tee it up on your golf trip to Oregon.
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is the ultimate destination for a golf trip to Oregon. With six world-class, 18-hole tracks and one par-3 golf course, Bandon is undoubtedly on every golfer’s bucket list. The complex itself is set along the rocky shores of the Oregon coast with stunning panoramic views of the Pacific ocean. Coastal winds and firm fairways add to the authenticity of the links-style courses.
Eugene Country Club, founded in 1899, is the second oldest golf course in all of Oregon. Known for its bright white bunkers, sparkling waterways, and tall firs, Eugene Country Club has consistently received rankings as one of the top 100 golf courses in the country and is a great choice on a golf trip to Oregon.
Pronghorn Resort features two nationally acclaimed golf courses: the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course and the Tom Fazio Championship Course. Recently voted No. 38 on Golf Magazine’s list of “Top 100 Courses You Can Play,” the Jack Nicklaus Course weaves through ancient lava outcroppings with stunning views of the Cascade Mountains. The Tom Fazio Course is just as impressive on a golf trip to Oregon, boasting juniper trees and beautiful water features.
Witch Hollow at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club was named the No. 2 “Best New Private Course in the U.S.” by Golf Digest upon its opening in 1992. The course has certainly withstood the test of time with its manicured greens, fairways woven through firs, maples, and oaks, along with stunning views of the Tualatin Hills sure to impress on a golf trip to Oregon.
Created in 1896, Waverley Country Club is the oldest golf course in Oregon. This parkland-style course sits along the shores of the Willamette River, just a 15-minute drive south from downtown Portland. Waverley Country Club also boasts year-round playability on your golf trip to Oregon along with undulating fairways, pristine greens, and more.
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