Crosswater Golf Course at Sunriver Resort
Who said “golf is a good walk spoiled?” Mark Twain said it, and he obviously hadn’t played Crosswater Golf Course in Central Oregon.
On the breathtaking Crosswater golf course, every hole is as scenic as the last. The views of the Robert E. Cupp designed course you see on television, while watching the Champions Tour, don’t do justice to this 18 hole course.
Central Oregon beauty at Crosswater Golf Course
Every golfer passing through Central Oregon needs to stop to play Crosswater. However, it is a privately owned and operated golf course. You are in luck if you are a member, guest of a member, or a guest of Sunriver Resort.
With Mt Bachelor backdrops and the spectacular Deschutes River winding its way throughout the course, every hole can be showcased on a postcard. As Crosswater Golf Course is a traditional exclusively bent grass heathland style, golfers will appreciate the 7,683-yard course with its pure wetlands, luscious plants and native wildlife.
In fact, Crosswater Golf Course was designated as a certified Audubon Sanctuary through the Audubon Society of New York State in 1999, one of only 150 golf courses in the U.S. with this distinction.
Playing like a Pro
Every player will feel like a pro with up to date maps of pin locations, and yardage guides acting as your own personal caddie. Regardless of score, you will have a great time playing with the wonderful views and people of Crosswater in Central Oregon.
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If You Go:
Crosswater Golf Club 1 (541) 593-6196
P.O. Box 4818
Sunriver, Oregon 97707
This review of Crosswater Golf Course is a guest post by Evan D. Brown. Evan is a high school student and avid golfer. Evan was a guest of Sunriver Resort.