Sunriver Resort in Central Oregon

A golf paradise that is beyond compare is what the Sunriver Resort is all about. Comprised of award-winning courses designed by top golf professionals, Sunriver is often visited by golfers who want to experience some of the world’s best golf holes. These premier championship gems meander through Oregon’s forested meadows, carefully preserved wetlands, and sparkling waters, giving each golfer a fair share of the state’s majestic views. The Crosswater Course, Meadows Course, and the Woodlands Course are among the prestigious layouts that Central Oregon boasts about.

The Crosswater Course has been cited as among “America’s 100 Oregon GolfGreatest Courses” by Golf Digest and served as the host for the JELD-WEN Tradition from 2007-2010. Designed by the famous Bob Cupp, the layout features the bent grass greens and fairways as well as the holes with five tee placements. The Meadows Course, which was designed by the acclaimed John Fought, has also hosted several golf championships including that of the NCAA and USGA. To add up some challenges and excitement, this 18-hole facility features the directional and fore-bunkers that will test every golfer’s ability level. The golf course’s design is said to be a tribute for the great American courses in the 1920’s and 1930’s. The Woodlands Course on the other hand has been considered as one of the Northwest’s all-time favorites. Designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr., a renowned golf course architect, the Woodlands features the beautiful setting as well as the superb conditioning where golfers of all ability levels can put to test their swinging skills. This golf course also gave Sunriver the distinction of a “Gold Medal Award-Winning Resort” from Golf Magazine.

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