Eastmoreland Golf Course

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par 4s tree lined greens were well kept a couple of the fairways you could not see the greens ,on the par5 on your second shot uphill you can`t see the fairway but a 3-wood is rewarding

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Course was almost unplayable, geese outnumber people 500 to 1 and it shows on the course (all over the course)

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Portland is fortunate to have this interesting course. Because of it popularity it gets a lot of play. Many of the holes are tight and the trees come into play. Thirteen is it's signature hole a short par five requiring good strategy. You won't forget this hole. It's an old style course with the hole in front of you, not a target golf course. It has a large practice green to use for putting and chipping practice and an area to hit short irons for practice. 17 is a fun par three all over water to a narrow green. It can make or break your round. The greens putt okay but are bumpy at times because it gets so much play. I have played the course more than 50 times.

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But ALL Willamette Valley courses are soggy in the rainy season, i.e. from November through April or May. Eastmoreland, Cross Creek (a bit better because grass is better maintained; greens are well-sanded and pretty dry); Langdon Farms (works on drainage); Pumpkin Ridge (just a better course): all are wet and swampy in the winter.
Play the coast! Gearhart, Sandpines, Ocean Dunes, Bandon: all are built on sand and drain almost immediately for great winter conditions.

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Popular course with occasional slow pace. Narrow fairways with danger on the sides make it the most difficult of the Portland 90. Aggressive play can reap rewards. Scenic back nine intertwined with botanical gardens. Watch out for trains!

After your round, drive a half mile north to Hopworks for great outdoor seating on an elevated deck.

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