Best Golf Courses In Portland, Oregon

Best Portland Golf Courses

The hardest part about playing golf in Portland, Oregon, is keeping your eyes on the ball and off of the magnificent beauty of Mount Hood. Perfectly pitched on Portland’s horizon some 11,000 feet above sea level, Hood, as locals affectionately call it, creates a scenic backdrop for Portland’s pine-lined parkland tracks and Vancouver, Washington’s riverside courses that players won’t soon forget. And in those rare moments where golfers can’t see this majestic mountain, it manages to influence their experience on the best Portland courses through undulating fairways and rivers and lakes that can trace their origin back to the 12 glaciers that call Mount Hood home.
Mt. Hood Oregon Resort
  • Welches, Oregon
  • Three Nine-Hole Tracks: Foxglove, Thistle and Pine Cone
  • Designed by Billy Welch and John Harbottle III
  • Set at the Foot of the Majestic Mt. Hood
  • Stunning Vistas of this Enchanted Area
Tri-Mountain Golf Club
  • Ridgefield, Washington
  • Designed by William Robinson
  • Spectacular Setting the in Shadow of Mt. St. Helens
  • Known for Having the Best Greens in the Area
  • Features 11 Lakes and 64 Bunkers to Challenge Golfers
Indian Creek Golf Course
  • Hood River, Oregon
  • Exciting Risk/Reward Layout
  • Many Dramatic Elevation Changes
  • Three Meandering Creeks Add Beauty and Challenge
  • Incredible Views of Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams
Quail Valley Golf Course
  • Banks, Oregon
  • Designed by John Zoller
  • A Great American Links-Style Course
  • Four Beautiful Ponds Shape a Number of Holes
  • The 2nd Hole is a 289-Yard Par 4 That is a Great Risk-Reward Hole
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