Pumpkin Ridge is still a tier above everything else in the Portland area. This is a "top 100 public" course that is somehow underappreciated.
Salish Cliffs is always in GREAT condition, and while it can be very challenging it remains one of the three most entertaining courses in all of Washington State.
The Reserve Vineyards has everything - the architectural pedigree, the location, and past pro tour events. The South is the better of the two courses.
This course has hosted USGA and NCAA events. It's a classic northwest course with water, woods, and picturesque vistas everywhere.
Yes it's great, butwhen you charge top $ for greens so bad your caddies appologize for them 6-7 times per round, your groundskeeping team needs to be fired. NOW.
Just across the Columbia River, tucked back into a great woodlands setting, this is actually the "local favorite" for golfers in Portland.
A very hot-and-cold course, with those who love it and those who are ambivalent, Langdon Farms remains one of the best Portland courses just south of downtown.
Once again, great destinations are defined by the fact that their "second" course is great on its own, and the North is a prime example of this fact.
Now that this location has hosted national amateur events and proven its chops, the Home Course is a high quality and entertaining test of your golf game.
Lucky Oregonian golfers - their club's official golf course is also a premier track, challenging, interesting, fair, and fun.
The "home of the Huskies", this course can be brutally long from the tips, but offers many tee options to make if playable by all levels of players.