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$55 for 18 holes (cart included) Junior Rates: $10 for 18 holes – price does not include cart.  Senior Rates: $30 for 18 holes including cart for seniors 55 and older starting at 12:00 or 1 PM. Twilight rates start at 3 PM. – Driving Range – uncovered, mats and grass. – Reputation as one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in Oregon. – No two holes are alike and many offer spectacular views from elevated tees and greens. – 3.5 miles inland means sunny conditions when the coast is foggy! Signature Hole – #4: The view from this spectacular 164-yard par three rivals that of any you may have ever seen. The approach shot is just as exciting with a descent to a boulder island green surrounded by the always-captivating lake and wetland area. Hitting this green will be a thrill. The Gem of America's Wild River Coast offers target golf, peaceful settings and wildlife viewing as well.

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