Fore! Golf in Eastern Oregon
The wide open skies and spectacular landscapes of Eastern Oregon are a unique and wonderful place to swing your clubs.
Whether you choose to play a round in a ghost town, a Native American resort, or with goats as caddies, golfing Eastern Oregon style is unforgettable. With 19 courses to choose from throughout the region, make a golf tour of your next road trip.
Silvies Valley Ranch
The Retreat, Links and Spa at Silvies Valley Ranch is a golfer’s paradise with a reverse. At check in, hop into a golf cart assigned just to your group. McVeigh’s Gauntlet seven-hole challenge course comes with a goat caddie that carries your clubs and your libations, and families will love the Chief Eagan nine-hole par 3 course. Day one, golf the 18-hole Craddock Course one direction and the next day golf the Hankins Course: the same course in the other direction with slight variations.
Ghost Town Golfing
Near Fossil, the Kinzua Hills Golf Club is all that remains of a company town. An on-site greenskeeper maintains the property. For $11 on the honor system, golf the six-hole course, with three different tee boxes to make a nine-hole golf experience.
Golf with a View
The nine-hole golf course at China Creek Golf Course in Arlington provides a view of the Columbia River. Quail Ridge Golf Course in Baker City has spectacular views of the Elkhorn Mountains. Venture to Union to Buffalo Peaks Golf Course, which boasts the backdrop of the Blue Mountains and the surrounding scenic ranches and farms.
Native American Flair
Wildhorse Golf Resort is an 18-hole championship golf course featuring pristine greens amid dramatic natural landscape and rolling wheat fields. Voted “one of America’s top casino golf courses” by Golf Digest, the John Steidel-designed course challenges players of all levels with both short and long course opportunities.