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Central Oregon Golf Guide (2019)

Public Golf Courses in Central Oregon

 

Aspen Lakes Golf Course

The red cinder bunkers at Aspen Lakes are as recognizable as perhaps any feature on any course in the region. Located just east of Sisters, Aspen Lakes is lined with ponderosa pines and is a challenge for golfers of all skill levels. The course has a quality set of par 5s, and its 222-yard, par-3 15th hole is among the toughest pars in Central Oregon.

 

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 16900 Aspen Lakes Drive, Sisters

Tee times: 541-549-4653

Course stats: Par 72, 7,302 yards

Green fees: Through May 24 and after Oct. 1, $49 daily; May 25-Sept. 30, $49 to $75 daily

Power cart: $12

Director of golf: Rob Malone

Head golf professional: Howie Pruitt

Course designer: Bill Overdorf (original nine, 1997; second nine, 1998)

Extras: Putting green, driving range, pro shop, practice bunker, clubhouse, restaurant, GolfBoards available

Website: www.aspenlakes.com

 

Black Butte Ranch

Big Meadow: The course was ranked in the top 10 in the state by Golfweek magazine in 2016. Golfers will find a well-bunkered, straightforward layout that is welcoming to players of all abilities. In addition, the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains on the back nine can make for a memorable finish.

Glaze Meadow: The course is maturing into a must-play track in Central Oregon after a John Fought redesign six years ago. Glaze Meadow’s new design utilizes classical elements, including grass-faced bunkers and turtleback greens reminiscent of the golden era of golf design.

 

Number of holes: 36 — Glaze Meadow (18) and Big Meadow (18)

Status: Open seasonally

Location: Eight miles northwest of Sisters on U.S. Highway 20

Tee times: 541-595-1545

Course stats: Big Meadow, par 72, 7,002 yards; Glaze Meadow, par 72, 7,007 yards

Green fees: Through May 17, and October, $57; May 18-June 14, $72; June 15-Sept. 30, $79

Power cart: $34 to share

GolfBoard: $27

Director of golf: Jeff Fought

Head golf professional: Tom Baker

Course designers: Big Meadow: Robert Muir Graves (1970), Damian Pascuzzo remodel (2008); Glaze Meadow: Gene “Bunny” Mason (1982), John Fought remodel (2012)

Extras: Two golf shops, driving ranges, putting greens, chipping and bunker practice areas at both courses

Website: www.blackbutteranch.com

 

Crooked River Ranch

Perched on the rim of the Crooked River Gorge, 400 feet above the river, this course is enjoyable for golfers of all abilities. The No. 5 canyon hole with its “go for it or go home” attitude makes it easy to see why it is the signature hole. The 260-yard, par-4 hole can easily be managed with two short irons, though adventurous golfers might choose to take the shortcut over the gorge and play the hole as a 225-yard par 3. Just minutes north of Redmond, Crooked River Ranch is well worth the trip.

 

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 5195 SW Club House Road, Crooked River Ranch

Tee times: 541-923-6343

Course stats: Par 71, 5,818 yards

Green fees: Through Sept. 30, $45 Mon-Thu, $52 Fri-Sun; October, $40 Mon-Thu, $42 Fri-Sun; November through February, $32 daily

Power cart: $16 for 18 holes; $10 for nine

Head golf professional: Pat Huffer

Course designers: Original four holes: William McPherson (1978); original full nine: Bunny Mason; second nine: Jim Ramey (1994)

Extras: Driving range, pro shop, chipping and bunker practice area, two practice putting greens

Website: www.crookedriverranchgc.com

 

Desert Peaks Golf Club

The municipal golf course has a flat, straightforward design that will not intimidate golfers of any skill level. Located just north of Madras, Desert Peaks does offer some spectacular Cascade mountain views, and it is a good place for beginning golfers to play a regulation-length course.

 

Number of holes: Nine

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 565 NW Adler St., Madras

Tee times: 541-475-6368

Course stats: Par 36, 3,231 yards

Green fees: $18 for nine holes and $27 for 18, weekdays; $20 for nine and $29 for 18, weekends

Power cart: $10 per rider for nine holes, $16 per rider for 18 holes

Head golf professional: None

Extras: Putting green, driving range (opening summer 2019), clubhouse

Email: desertpeaksgolf@gmail.com

Website: www.desertpeaksgolf.com

 

Eagle Crest Resort

Resort Course: The oldest of the three courses at Eagle Crest just west of Redmond is for the most part a position golf course, with tight fairways and small greens. The narrow 481-yard, par-5 second hole requires a precise shot to the bottom of a small, juniper-lined canyon, and it takes a sharp right turn toward the green about 350 yards from the tee box.

Ridge Course: The course is loosely lined by junipers and provides plenty of rough to work with, offering freedom to play a driver. In other words, aggressive play can be rewarded. On a clear day, players are greeted at the tee box of the downhill, 190-yard third hole by unobstructed views of Mount Jefferson and Mount Hood.

Challenge Course: Similar in appearance and feel to the Ridge Course, the Challenge is not necessarily for beginners despite its short length. The 18-hole, 4,175-yard, par-63 track has an equal number of par 3s and par 4s. But with holes such as the 399-yard, par-4 fourth, the Challenge Course is no pitch-and-putt facility.

Number of holes: 54 — Ridge Course (18), Resort Course (18), Challenge Course (18)

Status: Two courses open year-round, weather permitting; Resort Course open seasonally

Location: 1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond

Tee times: 541-923-4653

Course stats: Challenge Course, par 63, 4,175 yards; Resort Course, par 72, 6,704 yards; Ridge Course, par 72, 6,952 yards

Green fees: Challenge Course — Through May 24 and Oct. 7-Nov. 10, $38 daily; May 25-Oct. 6, $48 daily. Resort Course — Through May 24 and Oct. 7-Nov. 10, $58 daily; May 25-Oct. 6, $78 daily; Ridge Course — Through May 24 and Oct. 7-Nov. 10, $58 daily; May 25-Oct. 6, $78 daily

Power cart: $18

Director of golf: Ron Buerger

Academy director: Kevin Story

Senior golf instructor: Tam Bronkey

Course designers: Resort: Gene “Bunny” Mason (1986); Ridge: John Thronson (1992); Challenge: John Thronson (1999)

Extras: Real-grass 18-hole putting course ($11 adult, $6 ages 6-17), two driving ranges, several practice greens, clubhouse, restaurant, golf academy

Website: www.eagle-crest.com

The Greens at Redmond

The Greens at Redmond has made significant improvements to its conditioning since new ownership took over in 2014. A true executive course with 14 par 3s and four par 4s, its short layout is well-designed and enough to test most golfers. It is ideal for those with three hours or less to spend on a round of golf.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 2575 SW Greens Blvd., Redmond

Tee times: 541-923-0694

Course stats: Par 58, 3,131 yards

Green fees: $34 daily

Power cart: $26 (can be shared)

Head golf professional: none

Course designer: Robert Muir Graves (1996)

Extras: Indoor driving facility, putting green and practice bunker, pro shop, snack bar, banquet/meeting facilities

Website: www.golfthegreens.com

Juniper Golf Course

Juniper is cast across the high desert terrain, winding through juniper trees and lava rock on the south end of Redmond. Hard and fast conditions make the course a challenge to even the most skilled golfers, and its speedy bentgrass greens are its hallmark. If the prevailing wind is up, the 478-yard, par-4 17th hole is arguably the toughest par in Central Oregon.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 1938 SW Elkhorn Ave., Redmond

Tee times: 541-548-3121

Course stats: Par 72, 7,186 yards

Green fees: $20-$68

Power cart: $17

Head golf professional: James Billings

Course designer: John Harbottle III (2005)

Extras: Driving range, putting green, practice pitching green, restaurant, banquet facility

Website: www.playjuniper.com

Lost Tracks Golf Club

The south Bend course is primarily a position golf course that cuts through ponderosa pines with doglegs present to some degree on every hole except the four par 3s. The course’s best-known hole is the 150-yard, par-3 16th, a short hole with a green that, while massive, is surrounded by water.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 60205 Sunset View Drive, Bend

Tee times: 541-385-1818

Course stats: Par 72, 7,003 yards

Green fees: Through May 23, $55 daily; May 24-Sept. 29, $72 daily; Sept. 30-Nov. 3, $45 daily; after Nov. 5, $29 daily

Power cart: $11-$17

Director of instruction: Kyle Weeks

Course designer: Brian Whitcomb (1996)

Extras: Putting green, driving range and short-game area, restaurant, pro shop, learning facility

Website: http://losttracks.com

Meadow Lakes Golf Course

Meadow Lakes is everything a municipal course should be. It is affordable, easily accessible and well-maintained. Water comes into play on every hole in the form of either the Crooked River or the course’s nine man-made lakes, which provide a worthy challenge to golfers of all skill levels.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 300 SW Meadow Lakes Drive, Prineville

Tee times: 541-447-7113

Course stats: Par 72, 6,783 yards

Green fees: Through Sept. 30, $38 Mon-Thu and $43 Fri-Sun; Oct. 1-Oct. 29, $33 daily; after Oct. 29, $27 daily

Power cart: $16 per rider

Head golf professional: Zach Lampert

Course designer: Bill Robinson (1993)

Extras: Putting green, driving range, restaurant, pro shop

Website: www.meadowlakesgc.com

The Old Back Nine

A regulation-length, nine-hole golf course, the Old Back Nine features generous fairways and meticulously manicured greens. An easily walkable layout with wider fairways and the recent elimination of approximately 100 trees, the course twists through ponderosa pines and the Mountain High neighborhood in southeast Bend. The course is an appealing option for golfers of all abilities.

Number of holes: Nine

Status: Open seasonally

Location: 60650 China Hat Road, Bend

Tee times: 541-382-1111

Course stats: Par 36, 2,952 yards

Green fees: Through June 20 and Sept. 6-30, $28 a.m., $24 p.m.; June 21-Sept. 5, $32 a.m., $28 p.m.; after Oct. 1, $24.

Power carts: $7 per rider

Walking cart: $4

Course superintendent: Dixon Ward

Head golf professional: None

Course designer: Jan Ward (1987)

Extras: Putting green, clubhouse, snack bar

Website: oldbacknine.com

Quail Run Golf Course

Heavily wooded with lodgepole pines, Quail Run is considered by many Central Oregonians to be a hidden gem. The course is well-conditioned and as fun and challenging to play as its more-heralded counterparts in the region. It is a consistent course throughout, and the 451-yard, dogleg-left 18th hole makes for a test at the finish.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open seasonally

Location: 16725 Northridge Drive, La Pine

Tee times: 541-536-1303 or 800-895-GOLF

Course stats: Par 72, 6,897 yards

Green fees: Through May 14 and after Oct. 1, $42 daily; May 15-Sept. 30, $55 daily

Power cart: $15

Director of golf: Todd Sickles

Course designer: Jim Ramey (original nine, 1991; second nine, 2006)

Extras: Driving range, putting and chipping area, practice bunkers, snack bar, pro shop

Website: www.golfquailrun.com

River’s Edge Golf Course

A flat lie is hard to find at River’s Edge, situated on the east side of Awbrey Butte, so be prepared to play a variety of shots. River’s Edge offers some dramatic views of Bend, and at no place is that more apparent than on the tee box of No. 16, a 216-yard par-3 with panoramic vistas of Pilot Butte and the surrounding city.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 400 Pro Shop Drive, Bend

Tee times: 541-389-2828

Course stats: Par 72, 6,683 yards

Green fees: Through May 23 and Sept. 3-Oct. 27, $47-$49 daily; May 24-Sept. 2, $59-$63 daily

Power cart: $17

GolfBoard: $26

Director of golf: Troy Eckberg

Course designer: Robert Muir Graves (1988, original nine; 1992, second nine)

Extras: Driving range, putting green, chipping area, pro shop, restaurant

Website: www.riversedgegolfbend.com

Smith Rock Golf Course

With a full-size driving range and nine holes, none of which measures longer than 135 yards, Smith Rock in northeast Redmond should be approached as a true practice facility. That makes the pitch-and-putt course a place for experienced golfers to work on their game or for beginning golfers to learn the sport in a pressure-free environment.

Number of holes: Nine-hole par-3 course

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 1401 NE Maple Ave., Redmond

Tee times: None

Information: 541-923-3426

Course stats: Par 54 (18 holes), 1,530 yards

Green fees: $10 for nine holes, $16 for 18

Head golf professional: None

Course designer: Jim Ramey (2002)

Extras: Full-size driving range, chipping and putting green, clubhouse, club repair and instruction available

Website: www.smithrockgolfcourse.com

Sunriver Resort

Meadows: With Mount Bachelor as its backdrop, this course features recently renovated bunkers and meanders through wetlands and some forest. But unlike at the resort’s Woodlands course, the trees rarely come into play, making Meadows playable for golfers of most skill levels. Still, it can be a test even for highly skilled players. The Meadows course, which offers expansive mountain views throughout, is a John Fought design that pays tribute to the great American courses of the 1920s and 1930s.

Woodlands: Designed by internationally celebrated course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., Woodlands requires more accuracy than Meadows. The trees frame and shape the course, giving the track subtle doglegs rather than hard turns left or right. Featuring dense forests of ponderosa pines, outcroppings of lava rock and an abundance of water, Woodlands is playable for most but challenging to all.

Number of holes: 36 — Meadows course (18) and Woodlands course (18)

Status: Open seasonally. Woodlands opens May 17, Meadows opened April 13

Location: In Sunriver, 15 miles south of Bend, west of U.S. Highway 97

Tee times: 541-593-4402

Course stats: Meadows, par 71, 7,012 yards; Woodlands, par 72, 6,933 yards

Green fees: Through May 16 and Sept. 30-Nov. 3: $30-$64 daily for Deschutes County residents, $50-$75 for all others; May 17-Sept. 29: $50-$95 Monday-Thursday and $50-$105 Friday-Sunday for Deschutes County residents; $50-$115 Monday-Thursday and $50-$125 Friday-Sunday for all others

Head golf professional: Chris Points

Course designers: Meadows course, John Fought redesign (opened 1968; redesigned 1999); Woodlands course, Robert Trent Jones Jr. (1981)

Extras: Driving range, practice facilities include chipping green with bunker, putting green, and nine-hole putting course with bunkers (at Meadows)

Website: www.sunriver-resort.com

Widgi Creek Golf Club

The tiered greens at Widgi Creek create some of the most challenging putting surfaces in Central Oregon. Position off the tee on the heavily wooded course is far more important than length to card a good score. The 216-yard, par-3 11th hole is tough in every way that can make a par 3 a challenge, including a 200-yard forced carry over water and a multitiered green.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open seasonally

Location: 18707 Century Drive, Bend

Tee times: 541-382-4449

Course stats: Par 72, 6,905 yards

Green fees: Through May 31, $55 before 2 p.m. and $29 after 2 p.m.; June 1-Sept. 15, $69 before 9 a.m., $95 from 9 a.m. to noon, $55 from noon to 3 p.m., $29 after 3 p.m.; Sept. 16-Oct. 20, $55 before 2 p.m. and $29 after 2 p.m.; Oct. 21 to closing, $29 all day

Power cart: $17

Golf professional: Taylor Giacomini

Course designer: Robert Muir Graves (1991, original nine; 1992, second nine)

Extras: Driving range, short-game practice facility, putting green, pro shop

Website: www.widgi.com

Semiprivate courses

Pronghorn Club (Nicklaus)

Pronghorn’s Jack Nicklaus Signature Design, named after the golf icon who is its legendary designer, is considered among the elite public-access facilities in the country by most national golf publications. It is one of the best-conditioned courses in Central Oregon and one of the region’s most challenging. The layout offers a stark contrast between the lush green of the course and the scraggly high desert that surrounds it.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 65600 Pronghorn Club Drive, Bend

Information: 541-693-5365

How to play: Public and resort play are welcome

Course stats: Par 72, 7,379 yards

Green fees: Through May and in October: $120 daily; June 1-Sept. 30: $180 daily (prices include cart, range balls). Forecaddie services available

Director of golf: Jerrel Grow

Course designer: Jack Nicklaus (2004)

Extras: Driving range, short-game area, putting green, indoor training facility, forecaddie services, snack bar and three restaurants

Website: www.pronghornresort.com

Tetherow Golf Club

Recognized by many national publications as among the elite public-access facilities in the country, Tetherow was designed by renowned architect and Bend resident David McLay Kidd. A test of golf throughout, Tetherow’s striking design uses hard and fast fescue grasses that provide a style of golf that more resembles a Scottish links course than a typical American layout.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open seasonally

Location: 61240 Skyline Ranch Road, Bend

Tee times: 541-213-2424

How to play: Available to members and their guests, with limited play for the general public

Course stats: Par 72, 7,298 yards

Green fees: Through May: $150 daily; June-September: $190 daily; October: $135 daily (all prices include cart and range balls). Locals can play after 1:40 p.m. for $90-$110 depending on month.

GolfBoard: $20

Head golf professional: Jake Edwards

Course designer: David McLay Kidd (2008)

Extras: Driving range (with short-game course), two putting greens, indoor golf academy, clubhouse, two restaurants and snack bar

Website: www.tetherow.com

Private courses

Awbrey Glen Golf Club

Nestled just west of Awbrey Butte in west Bend, the wooded Awbrey Glen has embraced game improvement with a learning center and a five-hole par-3 course that it uses to improve play of its membership.

Number of holes: 23

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 2500 NW Awbrey Glen Drive, Bend

Information: 541-385-6011

How to play: Guests may play when accompanied by a member. Memberships available. Awbrey Glen also offers a reciprocal rate of $135 for members of other private clubs.

Course stats: Par 72, 6,957 yards

Head professional: Tommy Berg

Director of player development and member engagement: Tim Fraley

Course designer: Gene “Bunny” Mason (1993)

Extras: Five-hole par-3 course, dual-ended driving range and practice facility, fitness center, pool, pro shop, restaurant

Website: www.awbreyglen.com

Bend Golf Club

The oldest golf course in Central Oregon embarked on a thinning program in 2015 as part of its new master plan, which was created by Dan Hixson, a well-regarded Northwest golf course architect. The classically designed course, which has changed its name from Bend Golf and Country Club, is still defined by ponderosa pines and its Poa annua greens. Bend GC features tight fairways that put a premium on shot-making skills.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 61045 Country Club Drive, Bend

Information: 541-382-3261

How to play: Guests may play when accompanied by a member. Memberships available

Course stats: Par 72, 7,058 yards

Head golf professional: John Thorsnes

Course designers: Original nine: H. Chandler Egan, William Hanley (1925); second nine: Bob Baldock (1973)

Extras: Practice facilities include two chipping and putting greens, driving range, three greenside bunkers, 275-yard practice hole, and a 75-yard approach area. Fitness center, pool, restaurant, meeting/banquet facilities and tennis courts

Website: www.bendgolfclub.com

Brasada Ranch

Co-designed by Peter Jacobsen, a Portland native who went on to play on the PGA and Champions pro tours, the desert course has a reputation for being among the region’s most enjoyable layouts. Forgiving fairways keep lesser-skilled golfers in play, and challenging green complexes will test even highly skilled players, who can play from one of seven tee combinations. And every golfer should enjoy the panoramic views.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 16986 SW Brasada Ranch Road, Powell Butte

Information: 541-526-6380

How to play: Golf course open to Brasada club members and their guests; tee times available for resort guests

Course stats: Par 72, 7,295 yards

Director of golf: Zach Swoffer

Head golf professional: Kyle Johnson

Course designers: Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy (2006)

Extras: Two-tiered driving range, and practice area that includes putting, chipping and bunker. Clubhouse, fitness facility, pool

Website: www.brasada.com

Broken Top Club

When it opened in 1993, the Tom Weiskopf/Jay Morrish design on Bend’s west side helped usher in an era of high-end private golf in Central Oregon. A classic test of golf, Broken Top is a well-manicured, parkland-style golf course that offers spectacular views of the Cascades. Its signature par-4 11th hole is memorable for the deep pumice pit guarding the green.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open seasonally

Location: 62000 Broken Top Drive, Bend

Information: Golf shop, 541-383-0868; membership, 541-383-8200

How to play: Guests may play if accompanied or sponsored by a member. Golf course memberships are available

Course stats: Par 72, 7,161 yards

Head golf professional: Travis Moore

Course designers: Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish (1993)

Extras: Driving range, putting course, two short-game practice facilities, clubhouse, pool, fitness facility

Website: www.brokentop.com

Caldera Links and Golf Park

Designed by Jim Ramey, Crosswater Club’s now-retired director of agronomy, and Bob Cupp, Crosswater’s architect, Caldera Links is a family-friendly par-3 course that features tour-quality bentgrass greens and bluegrass tees that are groomed daily. Caldera, whose nine holes range from 60 to 185 yards, is considered by some publications to be among the best par-3 layouts in the country. Like Crosswater, Caldera Links utilizes the surrounding meadows to define the course.

Number of holes: Nine-hole par-3 course, with additional regulation-length par-3, par-4 and par-5 holes

Status: Open April 19-Sept. 29

Location: East of entrance to Crosswater Club on South Century Drive in Sunriver

Information: 541-593-4402

How to play: Nine-hole course available to Sunriver Resort guests, Caldera Springs homeowners and Crosswater Club members and their guests

Course stats: Par 27, hole distances range from 60 to 185 yards

Head golf professional: Mark Meyer

Course designers: Robert E. Cupp and Jim Ramey (2007)

Extras: Putting green, retail outlet

Website: www.calderasprings.com

Crosswater Club

The best-known golf course in Central Oregon, Crosswater boasts an unmatched setting. Forced carries over the Deschutes and Little Deschutes rivers add hazard to Crosswater’s lengthy setup. A golfer’s ability to hit precise approach shots into Crosswater’s greens will be the difference between a solid score and a rough day. Ranked by Golf Digest as one of America’s 100 Greatest Courses, Crosswater features five tee placements for each hole, bentgrass fairways and some of the best putting surfaces around.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open seasonally

Location: 17600 Canoe Camp Drive, Sunriver

Information: 541-593-4402

How to play: Available to members, guests of members and Sunriver Resort guests only

Course stats: Par 72, 7,683 yards

Head golf professional: Mark Meyer

Course designer: Robert E. Cupp (1995)

Extras: Driving range, putting and chipping greens, clubhouse with restaurant, snack bar, pro shop, locker facilities, pool

Website: www.crosswater.com

Prineville Golf Club

The second-oldest golf course in Central Oregon, this nine-hole facility is an unpretentious private golf club. The throwback course weaves through the foothills east of Prineville, offering the uninitiated a surprising test of golf. The greens are considered by many to be among the slickest in the region.

Number of holes: Nine

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 7120 Ochoco Highway, Prineville

Pro shop: 541-447-7266

How to play: Guests may play when accompanied by a member. Memberships available

Head golf professional: None

Course stats: Back tees: par 32, front nine; par 33, back nine; 4,959 yards total. Forward tees: par 33, front; par 35, back; 4,302 yards total

Course designers: Bob Hogan, Eddie Hogan, Ted Longworth, Larry Lamberger (1950)

Extras: Driving range, putting green, practice bunker, bar and concessions

Website: https://sites.google.com/site/prinevillegolfclub

Pronghorn Club (Fazio)

Pronghorn’s Tom Fazio Championship Course, named after its famed designer, is among the most visually impressive golf courses anywhere and has been listed among the country’s best courses in national publications. The green complex on Fazio’s 187-yard, par-3 eighth hole makes it a unique and spectacular hole.

Number of holes: 18

Status: Open year-round, weather permitting

Location: 65600 Pronghorn Club Drive, Bend

Information: 541-693-5300

How to play: Guests may play when accompanied by a member. Memberships available

Course stats: Par 72, 7,462 yards

Director of golf: Jerrel Grow

Course designer: Tom Fazio (2007)

Extras: Driving range, short-game area, putting green, indoor training facility, forecaddie services, snack bar and three restaurants

Website: www.pronghornresort.com

 

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