Portland Golf Courses

Portland Golf

Everything will be coming up roses when golfers book a discounted tee time in "The Rose City", a.k.a. Portland, Oregon. Nestled on the banks of the Columbia and Willamette rivers, Portland is home to rolling hills that create golf courses with undulating greens, and a temperate climate allows for year-round discount tee times. From award-winning links style golf courses to parkland style courses hidden away in Douglas fir tree forests, there's a course for every golfer in Portland. As Oregon's largest city, there's no shortage of things for golfers to do in Portland like enjoying the up-and-coming art scene, visiting the Saturday Market, or taste testing signature brews and food creations after a round of golf.

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Golf Courses Near Portland, OR

Charbonneau Golf Club

32020 SW Charbonneau Dr.,
Wilsonville, OR 97070 United States

Located just 15 miles Southwest of Portland, Charbonneau Golf Club in WIlsonville, Oregon, is a semi-private 27-hole golf facility that features three separate nine-hole tracks, Green, Red and Yellow. Precision is the name of the game at Charbonneau as each nine-hole course features four short par 4’s and five long par 3’s and forces golfers to execute their short game. With each course measuring just over 2,000 yards, Charbonneau is walkable and golfers will love the scenic holes framed by hardwood trees descending from the hillside.
Claremont Golf Club

15800 NW Country Club Dr,
Portland, OR 97229 United States

A favorite among locals, Claremont Golf Club in Portland, Oregon, is an engaging nine-hole, par 36 course with a fun layout and perfect playing conditions. Skillfully routed through the rolling hills of northern Portland, Claremont’s tree-lined fairways twist and turn, making for many interesting holes. One of the best is the risk-reward par 4, 5th hole that measures 320 yards and features a tight dogleg left guarded by bunkers and trees. Longer hitters can attempt to cut the corner and drive the 5th hole green if they dare. Consistently rated as one of the best nine-hole courses in the region, Claremont Golf Club is the perfect place for all golfers in the Pacific Northwest to tee it up.
Glendoveer Golf Club- East

14015 NE Glisan St,
Portland, OR 97230 United States

Glendoveer Golf Club- East is an 18-hole daily fee course located in Portland, OR. Designed by John Stenel, the course opened in 1926, and is considered the more demanding of the two courses at Glendover. It is long and tight with tree-lined fairways. Water comes into play on 3 holes on the East side.
Glendoveer Golf Club- West

14015 NE Glisan St,
Portland, OR 97230 United States

Glendoveer Golf Club- West is an 18-hole daily fee course located in Portland, OR. Designed by John Stenzel, the course opened in 1928. The West Course is considered the easier of the two course at Glendoveer. There are open fairways and fewer bunkers. Water comes into play on 2 of the holes.
Lake Oswego Golf Course

17525 Stafford Road,
Lake Oswego, OR 97034 United States

Located 20 minutes south of Portland, Lake Oswego Golf Course in Lake Oswego, Oregon, is an 18-hole, par 3 course with holes ranging from 74 to 179 yards. The hilly layout at Lake Oswego features small, contoured greens, stately trees and a meandering creek on the back nine. While Lake Oswego Golf Course contains only par 3s, experienced golfers will still be challenged from the back tees on most holes. Lake Oswego Golf Course is the perfect place for all golfers to play a quick round in the Portland area.
McNary Golf Club

155 McNary Estates Dr N,
Keizer, OR 97303 United States

Situated in the scenic Willamette Valley, McNary Golf Club in Keizer, Oregon, is an 18-hole golf course that is as fun to play as it is beautiful. Boasting a dynamic layout, McNary Golf Club challenges golfers with tree-lined fairways, multiple lakes and creeks and many strategically placed bunkers. Playing 6,239 yards from the rear most of four tee options, McNary Golf Club allows players to tailor the course to their game. Add in perfect playing conditions and it’s no wonder why golfers come from all around for an enjoyable round at McNary Golf Club.
Mt. Hood Oregon Resort - Foxglove

68010 E Fairway Ave,
Welches, OR 97067 United States

Set in the foothills of Oregon’s largest mountain, Mt. Hood Oregon Resort in Welches, Oregon, is a 27-hole golf facility located due east of Portland. Featuring three unique nine-hole sides—Foxglove, Pine Cone and Thistle—Mt. Hood Oregon Resort has been a long-time favorite of Portland golfers. Designed by John Harbottle III, Foxglove is the signature nine at Mt. Hood Oregon Resort. Featuring one of Oregon’s most iconic holes, Foxglove starts out with a par 4 with “The Rock” in the middle of the fairway. Foxglove continues with three holes bordering the Salmon River before entering a densely wooded landscape. Foxglove boasts one of the most peaceful settings in all of Oregon, and golfers looking for a rewarding day on the course will find it at Mt. Hood Oregon Resort.
Mt. Hood Oregon Resort - Pine Cone

68010 E Fairway Ave,
Welches, OR 97067 United States

Located just 40 miles east of Portland, Mt. Hood Oregon Resort in Welches, Oregon, is 27-hole golf resort tucked in at the base of Mt. Hood. Featuring three distinct nine-hole layouts—Pine Cone, Foxglove and Thistle—Mt. Hood Oregon Resort has been a staple of the Portland golf scene for years. The Pine Cone Course is the original nine at Mt. Hood and has been a favorite since opening in 1928. With elevated tee boxes, Pine Cone offers golfers panoramic views of the beautiful Mt. Hood National Forest. The Pine Cone and Foxglove pairing is considered one of the best 18-hole loops in the area while the combination with the easier Thistle Course makes for a more relaxed round. No matter which combination is booked, golfers are sure to have a blast at Mt. Hood Oregon Resort.
Mt. Hood Oregon Resort - Thistle

68010 E Fairway Ave,
Welches, OR 97067 United States

Set just an hour east of Portland, Mt. Hood Oregon Resort in Welches, Oregon, is a 27-hole golf resort that offers spectacular views from the foothills of Mt. Hood. Home to three exciting nine-hole courses—Thistle, Foxglove and Pine Cone—Mt. Hood Oregon Resort is widely considered as one of the best courses in the state. The Thistle nine is considered Mt. Hood’s most forgiving loop with open fairways and only a par 34. A favorite for golfers who like walking, Mt. Hood Oregon Resort - Thistle is a great track for a relaxing round while taking in the surrounding beauty of the Mt. Hood National Forest.
Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club - Ghost Creek

12930 NW Old Pumpkin Ridge Road,
North Plains, OR 97133 United States

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.
Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course

17104 SE 130th Ave,
Clackamas, OR 97015 United States

Annually voted as one of the Top 100 Short Courses in America, Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course in Clackamas, Oregon, is an 18-hole, par 3 course designed by Bud and Steve Lisac. With holes ranging from 97 to 187 yards, Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course ensures that golfers use every iron in their bag. While the length won’t challenge most experienced golfers, Sah-Hah-Lee’s sloped greens protected by water and bunkers create fun tests for players of all skill levels. Running along the scenic Clackamas River, Sah-Hah-Lee lies in a beautiful setting that will have golfers debating on whether to take out their camera or their clubs.
Spring Hill Country Club

155 NW Country Club Ln,
Albany, OR 97321 United States

Ten minutes north of Corvallis in Albany, OR, Spring Hill Country Club sets the standard for great golf in the Willamette Valley. Long known as a “players” course, the tree-lined fairways weave through mature trees leading to smooth greens that offer unique challenges. Measuring 6,568 yards with five tee boxes, Spring Hill’s 18-hole layout features six par 3s, six par 4s, and six par 5s, providing an exceptional golf experience for visitors and locals alike. The combination of an amazing course with equally spectacular scenery makes Spring Hill a must play for all lovers of golf.