Central Oregon’s Finest Golf Courses
Aspen Lakes Golf Course
(541) 549-4653 | Visit the Aspen Lakes Website
The deep red sand creates a visual delight as it contrast with the green grass, blue skies and white, snow covered, mountains that are the Aspen Lakes Golf Course signature.
Black Butte Ranch – Big Meadow
(541) 901-2961 | Visit the Black Butte Ranch Website
This straightforward Robert Muir Graves design takes golfers through a scenic journey of the Oregon cascades while providing challenges and classic mountain views.
Lost Tracks Golf Course
(541) 385-1818 | Visit the Lost Tracks Website
This golf course gives the golfer the feeling of playing at an established environment in quiet seclusion. Lost Tracks is adjacent to the national forest and is carved out of a mature stand of Ponderosa pines.
Sunriver Resort – Meadows Course
(541) 593-1000 | Visit the Meadows Website
Redesigned by acclaimed architect John Fought, this new layout features great variety throughout its 18 holes, seven of which border the meandering Sun River.
Sunriver Resort – Woodlands Course
(541) 593-1000 | Visit the Woodlands Website
The Woodlands, designed by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Jr. is a Northwest favorite. Woodlands’ abundance of water and outcroppings of lava rock place a premium on shot accuracy.
Widgi Creek Golf Course
(541) 382-4449 | Visit the Widgi Creek Website
At just under 7,000 yards from the back tees and 5,000 from the forward tee boxes, Widgi offers a unique and fair challenge to all golfers. What the course might lack in yardage, it makes up for with tight, tree-lined fairways and large, undulating greens.
Tournament of Champions Course
Sunriver Resort – Crosswater Club
(541) 593-1000 | Visit the Crosswater Club Website
The course features five tee placements for each hole, bent grass fairways and greens and is threaded by the gently flowing Deschutes and Little Deschutes Rivers. In fact, depending on tee selection the rivers can come into play as often as seven times in a round.
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