Sunriver Resort – Meadows Course

With its aesthetic grace, the Sunriver Resort – Meadows Course pays tribute to 1920’s and 30’s American golf courses. This resort harbors the 18-hole championship course layout in which 7 of the holes border the meandering Sunriver. Acclaimed architect John Fought designed this golf vacation destination with a dramatic directional and fore bunkers in order to provide a challenging round to the players. Golfers of different skill levels will surely enjoy their game as they gaze towards the amazing scenery when they walk from hole to hole. The Meadows course has been hosting several NCAA and USGA championship tournaments for men.

The Sunriver Resort – Meadows Course offers various amenities including signature massage, facials, body treatments, and other spa services. The fitness center and the tennis courts allow players to warm up and regularly tone their muscles before their rounds. This golf vacation resort offers casual and fine dining experience to their valued guests like never before. Aside from the recreation center, this resort also offers biking, skiing, and other snow activities during winter. Annual resort events are being held as thanksgiving for their continued business success and overwhelming client satisfaction. For players who wanted to spend their night in the luxurious hotels, friendly staffs offer a warm accommodation for tired golfers.

With various golf vacation package deals, visitors will sure enjoy their golf trips without having to spend a fortune. Packages include unlimited resort golf experience and unlimited cross-water golf experience both with several privileges to offer. The Sunriver Resort – Meadows Course renders different rates depending on the season. Clients can check and visit their website for season rates and schedules.

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