Designed by Canada’s premier golf course architect Mr. Bill Robinson, Meadow Lakes Golf Course crosses the beautiful Crooked River 4 times. The terrain is fairly flat, making the course very walkable. As you meander through the rolling mounds, do your best to avoid the 9 ponds and 62 bunkers. Meadow Lakes is a player friendly course with generous fairways, huge greens (6,700 sq. ft. average) and 5 sets of tees. The course plays from 4,858 to 6,783 yards with a course rating from the back tees of 72.1 and a slope of 125.
Meadow Lakes has been host to the 1998 OGA Mid-Amateur Championship, 1999 OGA Public Links Championship, Pacific Amateur Golf Classic, OGA Central Oregon Junior Championship, and the 2002 OGA Team Championship. Meadow Lakes has been touted as one of Central Oregon’s best golf values, as well as one of the top-3 municipal golf courses in Oregon. It is truly a championship golf course with a fascinating history.
In 2016, Meadow Lakes Superintendent Steve Reynolds was named Oregon’s Superintendent of the Year by the Oregon Golf Association. This is a true testament to the superb condition the golf course is maintained in.