Skamania Lodge Golf Course Awards & Accolades
Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary
PGA Family Friendly Course – Play Golf America
2009 Golf for Women, Top 100 Courses
2009 Best 25 Family Golf Resorts
2008-2009 Golf Digest, 4 Star Best Places To Play
About Skamania Lodge Golf Course
Designed by Bunny Mason, Skamania Lodge Golf Course opened to the public on July 4, 1993. Overlooking the spectacular Columbia River and surrounding cliffs, this Washington State golf course has proven to be an enticing challenge to even the most experienced player. Our golf facility features a full-service golf shop, rental equipment and a staff of PGA Professionals to help you “discover your game”. If you are planning a tournament, our experienced staff will help you coordinate every last detail.
Our challenging 18-hole, par-70 golf course is beautifully tucked into the resort’s 175 wooded acres. The golf facility features a driving range, practice bunker, chipping and putting greens. Enjoy breathtaking views with light fare dining at our seasonal outdoor restaurant, the Greenside Grille. The approximate 300-foot elevation of the resort lends itself to mild year-round temperatures.
The forested course is a short 45 minute drive from Portland, Oregon and offers players not only a challenging round with breathtaking views, but plays host to abundant wildlife that frequent the course’s meadows and ponds. Deer, turtles, geese, raccoons, osprey and other curious onlookers may very well be your gallery as you make your way along Skamania’s beautiful and ever-changing landscape. In the midst of all this stands Skamania Lodge, a destination resort for travelers from around the world.
Whether you’re moved by the sight of a bald eagle soaring overhead or the possibility of making your own on the 16th, Skamania Lodge Golf Course will be an experience you won’t soon forget!
SKAMANIA GOLF SHOP: 800-293-0418 OR 509-427-2541.
SRC: Find more information about Skamania Lodge here: www.skamania.com/portland-golf-courses.php
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