About the course
Our parkland-style course has an abundance of character and is as beautiful as it is challenging. A demanding layout that rewards accuracy and consistency, the course plays to a score of 71 par with yardage variances between 5397 and 6162 from any of the three tee box options. Mature oak trees line the majority of the fairways and lead to greens that require a well-placed approach shot and will test the nerves of any short game enthusiast.
The course was first opened in 1918 and is one of the oldest continually operating private clubs in Oregon. Featuring year-round playability, golfers must adapt to the seasonal variances as well as the intrinsic nature of the course itself. Several elevation changes, tree-lined fairways, and well-manicured greens put a premium on preparation and execution of each and every shot.
The 7th hole (pictured here) is a 583-yard par 5 and runs alongside its twin on the front side of the course, the 568-yard par 5 16th hole. These two run parallel down the west side of the course and rank as two of the most difficult from a handicap rating perspective.
Yardage & slope stats
Black / White
Men – 68.5 / Women – 73.9 Rating
Men 128 / Women 135 Slope
White / Orange
Men – 66.8 / Women – 71.5 Rating
Men – 122 / Women – 128 Slope
Men – 65.0 / Women – 69.1 Rating
Men – 117 / Women – 124 Slope