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Nestled in the foothills, equal distance from OSU and U of O, Diamond Woods Golf Course is graced with the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Built upon gently sloping forest land the course plays like two distinctly different courses. The Oregonian Newspaper voted Diamond Woods one of the Top-Ten Golf Getaways in the state.

The course plays host to the Nationwide Qualifier each September. In its ninth year, this 7036 yard, par 72 championship course promises to challenge every part of your game. Each nine is different. The front is relatively flat while the back sports views of the Willamette Valley. Designed by a scratch golfer with the golfer in mind, this course will make you use all the clubs in your bag. Diamond Woods Golf Course is a great golf value and definitely “worth” the drive!. Visit us at or phone 1-800-559-4653. Hours of Operation: Open sun-up to sun-down.

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