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Sunriver Resort - Crosswater Course

Center Dr
Sunriver, OR 97707
Phone: (541)593-1221Fax: (541)593-5458

This award winning resort, which was named to "GOLF Magazine's" 1998 list of "Silver Medal Resorts," features three outstanding eighteen hole courses. The Woodlands Course is defined by lava rock and sagebrush, as well as the Lodgepole and Ponderosa Pine trees that line the fairways. The non-adjoining dogleg fairways, in conjunction with a multitude of sand bunkers, add to the overall difficulty of this course. Numerous water hazards have also been incorporated into the design. The terrain is hilly, resulting in many uneven lies. "Golf Digest" selected Woodlands as 20th best in the category of "Top 75 Resort Courses" for 1992, and also ranked it 32nd among the "Top 75 Upscale Courses for 1996. It was rated as the 7th "Best in State" for 1995-96, and the 5th best for 1997-98. Renovations in 1999 included a $3.5 million project. In which, the removal of numerous pine trees, the widening of fairways, replacement of all eighteen greens, the addition and replacement of bunkers, and entire redesigns of certain holes. In addition, the course was lengthened to more than 7,000 yards and was changed from a par 72 to a par 71. The newly-built Crosswater Course is one of the longest courses in the U.S. The course is highlighted by the Deschutes and Little Deschutes Rivers that come into play on seven holes. The design was built among meadow, forest and carefully preserved swamp. One of the most outstanding holes is #12, a 687-yard, par 5, which has a lake in play and provides a beautiful view of Mount Bachelor. "Golf Digest" rated this course 15th among the "Top 75 Upscale Courses for 1996," and rated it as the 4th "Best in State" course for 1997-98. Furthermore, "GOLF Magazine" ranked it 71st among the "Top 100 Courses You Can Play" in the U.S. for 1996, and "GOLFWEEK" named it the 34th in the category of "America's 100 Best Modern Courses" for 1997, 41st for 1998 and 42nd for 1999. The Crosswater Course is private and is only available to members and resort guests. "Golf Digest" rated the Crosswater Course as the "Best New Resort Course" in America for 1995. "GOLF Magazine" selected the Crosswater Course 15th in its 1998 category of "Top 100 Courses You Can Play in the U.S."

Holes: 18Greens: Bent GrassFairways: Bent Grass

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Greens Fees:$80-$124
Course Type:resort
Dress Code:No denim, collared shirt and bermuda shorts required
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