Open year-round to the public and conveniently located less than 20 miles south of Portland, Oregon, the historic Oregon City Golf Club features 18 holes (5872 yards), situated on more than 100 acres of gently rolling terrain, complemented by mature, tree-lined fairways.
With picturesque Cascadian golf views, the club’s course layout features 3 sets of tee boxes, challenging, yet forgiving greens, and offers a visually appealing walking or riding experience to golfers at all playing levels.
Oregon City Golf Club’s course rating is 68.1, with a slope rating of 120 from the back tees.
Excellent drainage due to use of natural land contours, a progressive maintenance program, strategically placed sand bunkers, and numerous flowerbeds provide a spectacular golf setting for year-round play.
Golf Digest Magazine has listed the course in their “Best Places to Play” edition.
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