Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. Lakeridge Golf Course - Lakeview, Oregon

Tired of super manicured courses, ridiculously priced greens fees, spendy clubs and fancy clothes? You'll love the back to basics play of pasture golf!

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Lakeridge Golf and Country Club, Lakeview, Oregon

Lakeridge Golf Course Map

Name of Course:
Lakeridge Golf and Country Club
HC60, Box 199, Lakeview, OR 97630
(541) 947-3855
Lake County, Oregon
$18 to play
Number of Holes:
Regular Women's Course = 5863, Regular Men's Course = 6647
Men's Par 72, Women's Par 74.
Local Rules:
Keep pull cars and electric carts at least 25 ft. from greens and off the tees. Each player must register in pro-shop and have their own set of clubs. Groups larger than four not permitted without special permission from pro. Slower groups must allow faster groups through, if there is an open hole in front.
March l through October
Course Type:
Designed By:
Charles Sullivan
Year Built:
This course was established in 1960 when the original Lakeview Course was replaced by an airport.
Facilities & Amenities:
Pro shop and driving range. Pull cart and club rental available, restaurant and lodging nearby.
Prior Uses:
Range land
Future Plans:
Hunker down for the fifth hole, the longest at 524 yards, a par 5 into the face of the prevailing winds.

Lakeview, Oregon Road Cam

The Lakeridge Golf Course in Lakeview, Oregon
played on a windy weekend in March 2000

Lakeridge Golf Welcome sign, Lakeview, Oregon Look for the Lakeridge Golf & Country Club sign when driving on Highway 140, about two miles west of Lakeview, Oregon. The lean of the pin on the sign is a good indicator that you'll find it to be a very windy course.
Lakeridge Golf Course Clubhouse, Lakeview, Oregon Here we look back towards the clubhouse, a dairy barn style structure. First hole is a 500 yard, Par 5.
Pin blowing in the wind, Lakeridge Golf Course Weather is a factor here, just as on those good Scottish courses. The pin at the second green shows the strength of the wind with which you must contend. Pull your hat down around your ears and drill those drives long and low.
The marsh on the third hole, Lakeridge Golf Course Notice that the ground in all directions slopes towards this water hazard. The marsh waits to entrap you on this 205 yard, number three.
Cattails and marsh weeds, third hole, Lakeridge Golf Course Here is a close up of the marsh, where I spent some time. When you're not looking down, do look up and enjoy the views of Goose Lake Valley and the surrounding Warner Mountains.
Willows along the fourth hole, Lakeridge Golf Course Large willows line the fourth hole, budding bright yellow during the third weekend in March.
Stand of trees between holes four and eight, Lakeridge Golf Course This stand of trees divides holes four and eight. You really shouldn't be here at all.
A facility at Lakeridge Golf Course This facility, a true pit toilet, is located at the third and sixth hole tees.

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This Page Updated: June 27, 2005

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