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    Originally designed and built in 1975 by Ted Robinson Sr., the course at Charbonneau is a fully-maintained 27-hole golf course with fairways that are rolling, generous and lush. You will be able to relax and enjoy nature at its best. Each 9-hole side, named Red, Yellow & Green, consist of four Par 4s and five Par 3s. Traditional to it's type, the Par 4s are short, some of which are reachable for longer hitters. The Par 3s are notably long and will challenge all. Throughout the entire course, they average out at 180-190 yards from white to blue tees.


    Portland public golf courses don't get much nicer than Langdon Farms. Since opening in 1995, the club has received rave reviews and become one of the top golf courses in Oregon. Langdon Farms is open to the public only, and specializes in hosting tournaments, corporate outings, and charity events. Most courses cannot match the dry playing conditions at Langdon Farms, especially during the rainy season. Noted architects Bob Cupp and John Fought designed Langdon Farms with dynamic mounding, bunkering, and water features that make the links-style course stand out for its design, challenge and ambience. You can't beat the views either, with Mt. Hood looking over a beautifully landscaped course.


    Tetherow Golf Club in Bend, Oregon boasts a visually striking par 72 layout that was designed by award-winning architect David McLay Kidd. The routing takes full advantage of the stunning panoramic views of the Cascade peaks, including Three Sisters and Broken Top as well as the rugged high desert terrain. In its short history, Tetherow has been honored by nearly every major golf publication. Upon opening, Tetherow was ranked #1 as the Best New Course You Can Play in The Country by Golf Magazine and has since then received numerous other “Best New” Rankings from Golf Digest, Links Magazine, Golfweek, T&L Golf and the Robb Report.