Plan a Golf Vacation in Oregon
Choosing one of Oregon’s award-winning courses will be the real challenge. There are courses in every Oregon region and an Oregon Bed and Breakfast Inn located in every region, too. Explore Oregon as you tee off across the state. I went to Golf Oregon to find “a few” courses to blog about and I found well over a hundred!! We’ll only choose a couple for each region to whet your appetite.
The golf courses of Central and Eastern Oregon are well known as are the Bed and Breakfasts in Central and Eastern Oregon
- Alpine Meadows Golf Course: Golf at the Base of the Wallowa Mountains. A public course located in Enterprise. From the back tees, the course plays over 3033 yards with a slope of 116 and rating of 35.0. Alpine Meadows opened in1926.
Suggested Lodging: Bronze Antler Bed and Breakfast – Joseph
- Kinzua Hills Golf Club – Oregon’s only 6-hole golf course. Kinzua Hills Golf Club is a non-profit, member-owned golf club located 11 miles east of Fossil, Oregon.
Suggested Lodging: Wilson Ranches Retreat – Fossil
There are so many courses in the Willamette Valley. And with the Oregon Inns in the Willamette Valley we’ve plenty of beds to accommodate.
- Chehalem Glenn Golf Course – Chehalem Glenn starts and finishes with flat, wide fairways while holes 5-14 offer elevation changes, curves, and plenty of trees.
Suggested lodging: Chehalem Ridge Bed and Breakfast – Newberg
- Dallas Golf Course – A Public course in Dallas, Oregon. From the back tees, the course plays over 2031 yards with a slope of 95 and rating of 59.6. Dallas opened in1989.
Suggested Lodging: MaMere’s Guest House – Monmouth
- Eastmoreland Golf Course – Eastmoreland is a beautiful setting for golfers of all abilities.
- Rose City Golf Course – A public course, the course plays over 6520 yards with a slope of 118 and rating of 71.9.
Suggested Lodging: Fulton House B&B
- Hood River Golf and Country Club – 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 – Views of these snow capped peaks follow you around the entire course: Mt. Hood to the south and Mt. Adams to the north.
Suggested Lodging: Old Parkdale Inn Bed and Breakfast
- Stewart Park Golf Course– Public course. From the back tees this public course plays over 2909 yards
- Oak Hills Golf Club, located in Sutherlin, is a Public course. From the back tees the course will challenge even the best of golfers
Suggested Lodging: C.H.Bailey House in Roseburg
- Eagle Point Golf Club – Public golf facility located in picturesque Eagle Point, Oregon
Suggested Lodging: Prospect Hotel and Dinner House
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. Golf your way down the Coast from Lincoln
City to Port Orford
- Neskowin Beach Golf Course – a 9-hole public golf course opened in 1932
- Crestview Golf Club – a beautiful, scenic 9-hole course with a friendly, family atmosphere.
- Sunset Bay – From the back tees, this public course plays over 3020 yards with a rating of 34.8
You really can have a spectacular 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.
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. Oregon’s statewide mask requirement for indoor public places was lifted on March 12.
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