Course Guide

Hole 1 - Par 5

Blue Tees: 541 yds
White Tees: 528 yds
Red Tees: 485 yds

Start your round by playing the longest and most difficult hole on the course.

Two seperate water hazards come into play on this long dogleg right.

 Hole 2 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 304 yds
White Tees: 270 yds
Red Tees: 247 yds

Make sure to hit your drive in the fairway on this short par 4.

The real challenge is to gauge the elevation change on your approach shot.

 Hole 3 - Par 3

Blue Tees: 173 yds
White Tees: 145 yds
Red Tees: 118 yds

 

The large green on the 3rd hole will have you going for KP.

Just don't hit it long and right into the hazards.

Hole 4 - Par 5

Blue Tees: 525 yds
White Tees: 502 yds
Red Tees: 460 yds

 

Your layup shot will be the most important on this hole.

Hit it short of the creek that guards the green, but left of the big tree on the right side. 

Hole 5 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 262 yds
White Tees: 262 yds
Red Tees: 230 yds

 

The large bunker in front of the green makes your wedge shot accuracy vital.

Play off the backstop and let your ball run down to the green.

 Hole 6 - Par 3

Blue Tees: 131 yds
White Tees: 122 yds
Red Tees: 113 yds

 

Lob your tee shot over a bushy tree that protects the green.

Make sure to read your putt carefully on our most undulating green. 

 Hole 7 - Par 5

Blue Tees: 467 yds
White Tees: 455 yds
Red Tees: 415 yds

 

The easiest of the Par 5's on the front.

A creek runs along the right side and across the middle of the fairway. 

This is your chance for birdie.  

 Hole 8 - Par 3

Blue Tees: 153 yds
White Tees: 143 yds
Red Tees: 141 yds

 

This uphill Par 3 has a barely visible green, and many leave it short.

The green slopes from back to front, so try to leave yourself an uphill putt. 

 Hole 9 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 311 yds
White Tees: 295 yds
Red Tees: 267 yds

 

The elevated tee box can make for a fun long drive competition.

Keep out of the three bunkers that guard the left and front of the green.

Hole 10 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 315 yds
White Tees: 305 yds
Red Tees: 286 yds

 

A short dogleg right par 4 that has water on the left and a steep hill on the right.

A drive in the fairway leaves a short pitch to a flat green.

 Hole 11 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 302 yds
White Tees: 297 yds
Red Tees: 257 yds

 

Two large lakes come into play on this uphill dogleg right. 

The steep back to front green makes even short putts difficult.

 Hole 12 - Par 3

Blue Tees: 175 yds
White Tees: 160 yds
Red Tees: 123 yds

 

An elevated tee box to a large green with a water hazard just long of the target.

Proper club selection is crucial for birdie.

 Hole 13 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 351 yds
White Tees: 341 yds
Red Tees: 334 yds

 

Straight Par 4 with a bailout on the left, a hazard on the right, and a bunker just short of the green.

Hole 13 is often thought of as the most difficult of the Par 4's.

Hole 14 - Par 3

Blue Tees: 183 yds
White Tees: 150 yds
Red Tees: 124 yds

 

The 14th hole requires your ball to fly directly and accurately to the green.

Hazards line the left, right, and back of the hole. 

Hitting a short tee shot will not run onto the putting surface.

Hole 15 - Par 5

Blue Tees: 479 yds
White Tees: 470 yds
Red Tees: 452 yds

 

This risk/reward Par 5 has a creek along the right, trees to the left, and an elevated green.

You can play it safe for par, but an aggressive golfer could end up with eagle or double bogey.

 Hole 16 - Par 5

Blue Tees: 498 yds
White Tees: 485 yds
Red Tees: 448 yds

 

The second of the back to back Par 5's doglegs hard to the right. 

With rough, the cartpath, and a steep drop off the back of the green hitting this green is critical. 

Hole 17 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 323 yds
White Tees: 313 yds
Red Tees: 206 yds

 

You will first need to clear the canyon with your tee shot on the 17th hole.

Once in the fairway, you'll face a bunker and two towering oak trees protecting the green.

 Hole 18 - Par 4

Blue Tees: 360 yds
White Tees: 348 yds
Red Tees: 306 yds

 

The 18th hole requires hitting your drive straight down the narrow fairway.

Enjoy views of Mount Hood and the Williamette River as you finish your round.