Pronghorn Golf Resort

This Jack Nicklaus-designed 7,379-yard, par-72, 18-hole course is one of Oregon’s 7 Golf Gems and provides a minimalist experience with an emphasis on the golf game itself — combining strategy with playability, beautiful transitions and true putting surfaces.

Pronghorn unfolds over austere high desert terrain crowded with sage, lava outcroppings and juniper. Though it’s a desert course, it’s much less punitive than most desert layouts, with generous landing areas and accessible paths to the green. Many holes offer postcard views of the snow-capped Cascade Mountains to the west.

While Pronghorn welcomes golfers of all skill levels, the course offers an unsurpassed golf improvement program, the Pronghorn Golf Academy. The program, taught by experienced golf experts, incorporates highly refined, time-honored teaching philosophies that allow golfers to reach their full potential in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Traveler Rating based on 664 reviews

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    May 2, 2022
    pajaksteve

    Group trip to Pronghorn

    Nice place. Friendly staff, although understaffed by all appearances. Rooms nice. Golf very good. Pretty far off the beaten path if you intend to golf elsewhere or spend much time away from the resort.

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    April 4, 2022
    Sightseers666913

    Awesome Experience

    Pronghorn resort is a great place to stay and play, food and beverage at Cascada at Pronghorn are great. Cody, Kelsen, Logan and Adrian were amazing, their customer service was above and beyond. They really took care of us and we will be going back there again soon.

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    March 28, 2022
    CaboAli

    Save your money and go elsewhere

    The setting is incredible. That's about it. What you get for your money is ridiculous. Yes, there's a heated pool, but it's either full of kids and their day-drinking parents or it's closed for "maintenance". Yes, the rooms are gorgeous, but the linens are scratchy, the toiletries are cheap, and the SmartTV isn't smart. And make sure to bring your own food if you stay here, because the only on-site food establishment is next door. There's no room service. If you do ask for items to go you get plastic tableware and flimsy to-go packaging that makes the food automatically cold. And heaven forbid if the kitchen staff lazily makes your meal, like serves you fish that's gone bad, cause then you get to hoof back down to the restaurant to have them haughtily remake your food for you---even worse than when you'd originally asked for it. The front staff was very understanding, the GM was rude. Overall not a place I'd send friends or family to stay at---or even return to stay myself.

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    March 26, 2022
    markeX6374SW

    Another Excellent Visit

    We own a fractional in the Res Club at Pronghorn and can't understand why they aren't selling, currently you can purchase a 1/12 fractional for $1. Every time we go which is 4 times a year, the service is always excellent! We don't pay for a thing, linens, soap, paper towels, everything is paid for in our monthly dues. WE show up and vacation! People say the dues are too high, and we are shocked, do they not own a home! Home ownership is extremely expensive. We didn't want to own a home and visit it twice a year and have to work. We wanted to explore central Oregon, ride bikes, hike, play golf, drink good wine, fly fish and ski. The Res Club at Pronghorn is the best kept price for a fractional in the country! The service is wonderful - we just show up and enjoy. We have been going for 17 years and still have not run out of things to explore and do and if we don't want to go we are able to rent through Pronghorn and take the tax deduction! They are in the midst of updating all the furnishings in the units and no assessment for this either. Thank you.

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    March 19, 2022
    B535LIdisappointed

    Disappointed

    -Only one expensive restaurant was open in the entire resort property -Wasn’t provided keycards so staff had to let all guests into their rooms all weekend -Spent over $4,000 for lodging, golf, food in 2 days and while staff was nice and the property is beautiful, the overall product and experience rivaled a budget hotel. Go to Tetherow or Bandon Dunes or even Pebble Beach at this price and receive a better experience.

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