Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club

★★★★☆
  • 12930 NW Old Pumpkin Ridge Rd

    North Plains, OR 97133

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  • 503-647-4747

About Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club

Hours
Fri-Wed 5am-8pm, Thu 5am-6pm

Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation
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This course was the best one to play and had a beautiful design. I do agree that it's on the pricey-er side but you get what you paid for!

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This course was the best one to play and had a beautiful design. I do agree that it's on the pricey-er side but you get what you paid for!

Pros: Fun, beautiful course

Cons: A little pricey

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Hard to believe there's a world class golf course in little North Plains, but tucked into the edge of the coastal mountains, the golf course has views of Mount Hood in the distance.
It's expensive to golf there, but you can just have lunch there.

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★★★★★

Hard to believe there's a world class golf course in little North Plains, but tucked into the edge of the coastal mountains, the golf course has views of Mount Hood in the distance.
It's expensive to golf there, but you can just have lunch there.

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Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club is a great place to play golf. Especially if you like the wide open spaces. Not only have we had the opportunity to play this course but on more than one occasion we have visited the course for a major tournament.

Pumpkin Ridge did an excellent job hosting the LPGA US Women's Open. Parking was easy and the staff was friendly. Everything was easily accessible. We had clubhouse privileges thanks to one of the lady golfers and the food was excellent.

Even though this can be quite a drive for some people I would highly recommend this experience at least once if you are a golfer.

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★★★★★

Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club is a great place to play golf. Especially if you like the wide open spaces. Not only have we had the opportunity to play this course but on more than one occasion we have visited the course for a major tournament.

Pumpkin Ridge did an excellent job hosting the LPGA US Women's Open. Parking was easy and the staff was friendly. Everything was easily accessible. We had clubhouse privileges thanks to one of the lady golfers and the food was excellent.

Even though this can be quite a drive for some people I would highly recommend this experience at least once if you are a golfer.

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I would have to say this is one of the finest golf clubs in the Portland Metropolitan area. It's very unique in that they have two separate club houses, one for the public and one for the private members. They offer two world class golf courses, which you don't see very often. I think the only drawback is that its quite a ways from town, which can be a real drag if traffic is bad.

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I would have to say this is one of the finest golf clubs in the Portland Metropolitan area. It's very unique in that they have two separate club houses, one for the public and one for the private members. They offer two world class golf courses, which you don't see very often. I think the only drawback is that its quite a ways from town, which can be a real drag if traffic is bad.

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I am proud to say I have been a memeber at Waverly, The Reserve, and Pumpkin Ridge. The private side of Pumpkin Ridge (known as Witch Hallow) is by far the best of the three. The condition of the course is pristine, and there is no single hole in the Northwest better than the 18th at Witch Hallow. A must play if you can find a member to take you, or a must buy if you are looking to purchase a club membership in the Portland area.

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I am proud to say I have been a memeber at Waverly, The Reserve, and Pumpkin Ridge. The private side of Pumpkin Ridge (known as Witch Hallow) is by far the best of the three. The condition of the course is pristine, and there is no single hole in the Northwest better than the 18th at Witch Hallow. A must play if you can find a member to take you, or a must buy if you are looking to purchase a club membership in the Portland area.

Pros: Excellent course conditions, staff, locker room, restaurant.

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It truly is a great course, however you folks missed a true diamond by not visiting StoneCreek Golf Club. It is a wonderful test of golf for one third the cost of Pumpkin

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It truly is a great course, however you folks missed a true diamond by not visiting StoneCreek Golf Club. It is a wonderful test of golf for one third the cost of Pumpkin

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One of the worst when it's wet which is most of the time in Oregon. Very hard to play when the staff follows you around less than 10 feet away and won't say if there's a problem or not. People go there to play, not perform like they were still at work. Won't go back for any reason, very dissatisfied.

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★★☆☆☆

One of the worst when it's wet which is most of the time in Oregon. Very hard to play when the staff follows you around less than 10 feet away and won't say if there's a problem or not. People go there to play, not perform like they were still at work. Won't go back for any reason, very dissatisfied.

Pros: nice layout, good condition, quiet in country

Cons: customer relations, too pushy

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Pumpkin ridge is a well manicured course for seniors. I don't think it is worth the drive or price. I'd rather drive to Bandon or play closer in.

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Pumpkin ridge is a well manicured course for seniors. I don't think it is worth the drive or price. I'd rather drive to Bandon or play closer in.

Pros: well cared for, no houses on course

Cons: price, boring

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Decent courses but over priced compared to other courrses in the Portland area. Munis like Eastmoreland and Heron Lakes offer equal or better golf at a faction of the cost. Consider five rounds of $20 or 1 of $100. You do the math. Oh and don't forget the 40 mile drive to Banks.

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★★☆☆☆

Decent courses but over priced compared to other courrses in the Portland area. Munis like Eastmoreland and Heron Lakes offer equal or better golf at a faction of the cost. Consider five rounds of $20 or 1 of $100. You do the math. Oh and don't forget the 40 mile drive to Banks.

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This course is on great shape. Fairways and greens are well kept and the course provides a great challenge from any tee.

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★★★★★

This course is on great shape. Fairways and greens are well kept and the course provides a great challenge from any tee.

Pros: great service, great condition

Cons: expensive

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golf could be so good in Oregon. EVERYTHING at this course is first class. This is honest one of the best courses in America. We should be thankful to have it in our backyard!

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★★★★★

golf could be so good in Oregon. EVERYTHING at this course is first class. This is honest one of the best courses in America. We should be thankful to have it in our backyard!

Cons: distance from PDX

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It's worth the extra money to be truly challenged by a course. Pumpkin Ridge has proven its a world class venue. I play late in the afternoon and its rarely crowded and so peaceful.

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★★★★★

It's worth the extra money to be truly challenged by a course. Pumpkin Ridge has proven its a world class venue. I play late in the afternoon and its rarely crowded and so peaceful.

 

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