With more than 12 golf clubs to choose from, Tualatin Valley has earned its place as a desirable golf destination. Whether you’re looking to play 9 or 18 holes, hit the driving range, or try your hand at disc golf, you can find a beautifully manicured course surrounded by picturesque views year-round. As the leaves begin to change, fall is the perfect time to get outside and play a round of golf.
Signature Golf Courses
Framed by spectacular vistas, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club has ranked among the country’s best courses since debuting in 1992, largely due to design, stunning natural beauty, immaculate conditioning and an array of upscale amenities. Renowned golf course architect Bob Cupp designed this beautiful golf club located in North Plains. The par-71, 6,839-yard Ghost Creek course is open to the public, while the prestigious Witch Hollow course is for members only.
Tucked away among lush green rolling farmland on the fringe of the region’s acclaimed wine country, The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club is a golfer’s serene refuge from the city, but it is just a 20-minute drive west of downtown Portland in the unincorporated city of Aloha. The two top-notch, 18-hole courses at this semi-private club were designed by architect Bob Cupp.
RedTail Golf Center is a public golf facility with a championship 18-hole golf course, 80-stall state-of-the-art practice facility, full-service retail and custom-fitting pro shop. Food and drinks are available at Bunker’s Bar and Grill to grab a bite or refreshing micro-brew between holes 9, 10 and 18.
Additional golf courses in the area include:
- Claremont Golf Club, Bethany
- Quail Valley Golf Course, Banks
- Summerfield Golf Course, Tigard
- Sunset Grove Golf Course, Forest Grove
- Forest Hills Golf Course, Cornelius
- Meriwether National Golf Course, Hillsboro
- McKay Creek Golf Course and Driving Range, Hillsboro
If you’re looking for something new and exciting, try one of these golf alternatives in Tualatin Valley.
Play 18 holes of miniature golf at Tualatin Island Greens where each hole in the putting green is a miniature-scale version of some of the toughest golf holes throughout the country.
One of Tualatin Valley’s newest attractions is Topgolf, a premier, state-of-the-art entertainment complex in Hillsboro, featuring point-scoring golf games for all skill levels. Topgolf has 102 putting bays, encompassing three floors, plus a rooftop terrace, sleek bars and great music.
Played using rules similar to golf, disc golf is a flying disc sport in which players throw a weighted disc at various targets throughout the course. This fun family-friendly game became a formalized sport in the early 1970s. Here are some of the many places disc golfers can fling their flying discs:
- Greenway Park Disc Golf Course
- Horning’s Fishing & Picnic Hideout
- L.L. Stub Stewart State Park
- Orchard Park Disc Golf Course
- Sain Scoggins Disc Golf Course
While planning your next Tualatin Valley adventure, don’t forget to check out these fun and challenging golf courses or golf alternatives.