Eagle Crest Resort
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Eagle Crest offers three unique golfing challenges in one incredible location. Their two 18-hole championship courses are complemented by a par-63 Challenge Course. Eagle Crest is located in the heart of Central Oregon, just five miles west of Redmond. Nestled between the majestic Cascades to the west and beautiful Smith Rock to the east, Eagle Crest is a full-service destination resort. Eagle Crest has three state-of-the-art fitness centers, a full-service spa, 15 miles of hiking and biking trails, an 18-hole live turf putting course, vacation homes and the 100-room Inn at Eagle Crest. This is the perfect place for a golfing getaway.
Designed by in-house architect John Thronson, the 18-hole championship Ridge Course is carved out of an ancient juniper forest and offers gorgeous views of the majestic Cascade Mountains. This course has been a repeat host to the Oregon Open.
The original course, the par-72 Resort Course, was designed by Gene “Bunny” Mason. The Resort Course sits along the rim of the Deschutes River canyon. In fact, the course’s signature hole, the second hole, sits over 80 feet above the canyon floor.
The Challenge Course is Central Oregon’s golf secret. With nine par 3′s and nine par 4′s, this course is a favorite among golfers because it is both fun and challenging. The course is strategically sculpted and offers four different tee boxes, making it a great course for avid golfers and beginners alike. The Challenge only takes about three hours, leaving you plenty of time to explore Eagle Crest and Central Oregon.
Each course is open, weather permitting, March 15 through the first week in November, with either the Ridge or Resort course open year around.
1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond. For tee times, lodging reservations, or to take advantage of one of Eagle Crest’s incredible golf packages call 877.718.1719 or visit www.Eagle-Crest.com.
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