Wildwood is a really nice place, very well kept and clean. The course has some challenges but also a good place for those not as experienced. Prices are really reasonable and the staff who works there are awesome.
I went there with my group for a tournament and the staff made us feel welcome and went out of their way to make sure we had a good time. We will defiantly be back again.
I've played here a few times. It's very scenic with some great views. It's not particularly challenging, which can be a good thing at times. There's usually a way out of every jam and it's pretty hilly. It plays a bit quicker than some public course too, which is nice. Irons only at the driving range.
The course is too crowded. They charge way too much. They've hired TSA to check my bag for beers I've brought onto the course illegally.
These are all things you may have said about other courses! No, you would never use these phrases to describe Wildwood.
I have been golfing at this course for a few years now. Located a nice 20 minute drive from downtown up highway 30, you'll find the best course in Portland.
For starters, when it seems like every course in Portland is 40 or more to play, an 18 hole green fee is $28. It's a fantastic scenic course with some great views of the city. The course was in great shape last week. It was a little slow going because it was the first warm weekend day this year, but most people that venture out that far are only playing 9 holes anyway. When we hit the back nine, it was smooth sailing...and my beers were still cold.
Seriously, it's a great course too. Challenging but playable. Well kept. Not too wide, not too narrow. Cool features. Definitely a must play if you live in Portland.
hey it's golf. I don't golf, so I felt ridiculous. But the course is well kept, the folks who own the place are helpful:)
Played here 6/12. Paid $52 w/cart. From arrival you realize there is nothing flat here! The parking lot is on a hillside and it's a downhill walk to the pro shop. Staff very friendly and efficient. First hole has a 100 ft drop to a dog legged right par 5. Water right and trees left, so be accurate. The course plays in a round-about, roller coaster style with challenges on every shot. Accuracy is a premium, so don't be a hero. The back nine starts off amazingly familiar...the 10th hole looks like the first, 11th looks like #2 and #12 is almost a mirror image of #3 WTF ?? After that the course gets creative with #15, a long par 5 to an elevated green. The last three finishing holes are great !! Accuracy and shotmaking skills are put to a test if you don't control your ball flight. Driving the cart paths can get a little treacherous so don't drive too fast and you're fine. Worth a stop, nice views of Mt Hood from #18. Greens were still healing from sanding so the grain wasn't apparent. Balls not stopping on the green as they should, but in a few weeks, they'll be fine.