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Hood River Golf Course with Mt Hood in the background
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Plan a Golf Vacation in Oregon

Plan a Golf Vacation in Oregon. Not being a golfer myself, I visited the Golf Oregon website to find “a few” courses in each Oregon region and I found well over a hundred!!  And with Oregon Bed and Breakfast Inns located in every region we would like to encourage you to explore Oregon as you tee off across the state.

The golf courses of Central and Eastern Oregon are well known as are the Bed and Breakfasts in Central and Eastern Oregon

  • Buffalo Peak Golf Course is set in a valley overlooking the hamlet of Union, 15 miles southeast of La Grande. ‘At one hole, your drive from an elevated tee is framed by the Blue Mountains in the distance, and ponds shimmer on the valley floor below.’
  • Nine-hole Alpine Meadows in Enterprise, near the Wallowa Mountains, is a quiet and relaxing course that still presents golfers with plenty of challenge
  • Near Wilson Ranches Retreat find a cluster of nine-holers including Condon Golf Course and John Day Golf Club

There are so many courses in the Willamette Valley including the Portland area! And between the Oregon Inns in the Willamette Valley and Portland region there are plenty of beds to accommodate.

Langdon Farm Golf Course

photo credit Chehalem Ridge B&B

  • Eastmorerland Golf Course – Located in SE Portland and features 18 championship level courses suited for any skill level, a 2 level driving range with a covered and open section making it the perfect spot for practice all year long.
  • Chehalem Glenn Golf Course, just a 10-minute drive downhill from Chehalem Ridge B&B
  • Langdon Farms Golf Club The grounds are enhanced by seasonal floral accents and the first and eighteenth holes share a massive horseshoe green, which wraps around a beautiful water feature.
  • McNaryGolf Course encompasses 150 acres of meadows. The course is one of the most beautiful layouts in the area with lakes, impeccable fairways and greens.

Courses near Mt Hood and the Columbia River Gorge and the inn of Mt Hood Region.

  • Hood River Golf and Country Club – the oldest course in Hood River, opening in 1923.  The front nine is a relaxed stroll with Mt. Hood always in the backdrop. The back nine (built in 1995) is an adventure through the trees on the upper side of the 300 acre property, with magnificent views of the surrounding vineyards and orchards.
  • Indian Creek Golf Course – Views of majestic snow capped peaks follow players throughout the entire course.a strong tradition, The name Indian Creek comes from one of three meandering creeks that pose interesting challenges on many of the holes

Southern Oregon

  • Eagle Point Golf Club is a premier Robert Trent Jones Jr. designed golf facility located in Eagle Point, Oregon, featuring a world-class, semi-private golf experience that is open to the public with a limited amount of memberships available

The Oregon Coast has many world renowned courses and many Oregon Coast Bed and Breakfast inns to drop your clubs after a sunny day on the course .

  • Bandon Dunes: Immerse yourself in the traditions of a timeless game and the grandeur of Oregon’s rugged coast. Primeval grassy dunes roll to the sea.
  • Chinook Winds Golf Resort – the mature course is cut into the mountainside, amongst old-growth timber, bordered by natural wetlands and designed water features. A true eighteen-hole challenge for every level of golfer.

You really can have a golf vacation in Oregon, teeing off at some of the best courses in the country, staying at quality Oregon Bed and Breakfast inns while all along exploring Oregon. Share your favorite golf course near an Oregon Bed and Breakfast

Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild is ready to share Oregon with you: it’s environment, culture, and heritage. Combine gracious hospitality with ambiance at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.

Hospitality Update: Our inns are following COVID-19 protocol guidance from the Oregon Health Authority. 

Although mask guidelines are lifted:

● Some businesses may choose to still require masks.

● Some people may choose to still wear a mask.

We have all struggled through COVID-19 and could use a little kindness. Please be respectful of local businesses and their workers and most importantly kind to yourself.

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