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Portland Oregon is known for its green spaces and proximity to natural wonders like the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood. The city of Portland is proud of its parks and its legacy of preserving open spaces. In fact, it has the highest parks-per-capita ratio of all cities in the United States.

Portland is home to two golf courses that have been rated among the nationís top 75 public courses and Portland golf courses have hosted the 2003 U.S. Women's Open as well as host to the fifth and final major championship on the Champions Tour. Portland Parks & Recreation owns and operates four of the many top quality public golf courses to be found in the beautiful city of Portland.
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Top Portland Golf Courses

Golf Course
Holes
Course Type
Description
Camas Meadows Golf Club
18
Public
Located across the river in Washington. Camas Meadows is less than 20 minutes from the Portland International Airport...
The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club
36
Semi
Private

The Reserve has two eighteen hole courses. The South Course is a very challenging layout, while The North Course favors a links-style of play...
Eastmoreland Golf Course
18
Public

Eastmoreland Golf Course has won many regional and national awards and also played host to the 1990 National Public Links Tournament ...
Camas Meadows Golf Club
18
Public

Located across the river in Washington. Camas Meadows is less than 20 minutes from the Portland International Airport...
Langdon Farms Golf Club
18
Public

Langdon Farms is a links-style course that was formally Farmland. The greens are undulating, mostly large and tough to read...
Pumpkin Ridge Golf Course
Ghost Creek Course
18
Semi
Private
Pumpkin Ridge is home to two 18 hole courses. Public play is allowed on the Robert Cupp designed Ghost Creek Course...

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Crisscrossed by rivers, mountains and vineyards, Metropolitan Portland offers the perfect blend of natural beauty. After a round of golf be sure to sample Portland's entertaining local events, numerous restaurants in many distinctive neighborhoods and a lively cultural scene. These are just few of the reasons that make Portland one of the country's most livable cities.

Portland Golf Courses can remain open year round. Portland's climate is temperate and seasonal. The average rainfall ranges between approximately 40 to 45 inches per year, keeping Portland's Golf Courses nice and green. Many golfers may not think of Portland as having a good golf climate, even though it lies in the Marine West Coast climate zone, Portland shows many characteristics of a Mediterranean climate. Portland golf courses can stay open during its mild yet wet winters. Ideal golf conditions occur during the warm, dry summers. The summer months (June through September) mark the driest period, averaging no more than one inch of rain per month.


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