Consistently rated one of the best public courses in the Pacific Northwest, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club - Ghost Creek in North Plains, Oregon, is an 18-hole track located just 20 miles west of Portland. Designed by acclaimed golf architect Robert Cupp, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club - Ghost Creek is a par 71 track that stretches out 6,839 yards through wetlands terrain and stately trees. Host of the 1993 and 1994 NIKE TOUR Championships, Ghost Creek has been synonymous with championship golf since opening in 1992 and has crowned victors such as David Duval and other famous PGA and LPGA TOUR players. Ghost Creek’s sister course, the private Witch Hollow, is also etched in the PGA history books as home to Tiger Woods’ third consecutive U.S. Amateur Championship and Allison Nicholas’ victory over Nancy Lopez in the 1997 U.S. Women’s Open Championship. With a storied history and fantastic course design, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club - Ghost Creek is a must play for all golfers in the Portland area.