Cottage Grove, Oregon Golf Courses

There are 2 golf courses in Cottage Grove, Oregon and 1 is a municipal course.There are also another 3 golf courses within 20 miles of Cottage Grove, including 1 public, 1 municipal and 1 private courses. The oldest course in the Cottage Grove area is the Eugene Country Club which was designed by Robert Trent Jones, ASGCA and opened in 1899. The longest course is Emerald Valley Golf Course, which is 6,873 yards. Hidden Valley Golf Course is rated the best course near Cottage Grove. The following courses have won various awards: Eugene Country Club.

9 holes over 2,771 yards with a par of 36 (Public) Write a Review
775 N River Rd
Cottage Grove, OR 97424-1355
(541) 942-3046
1 mile from the center of Cottage Grove. Write a Review
18 holes over 5,002 yards with a par of 67 (Municipal) Write a Review
91 Village Dr
Cottage Grove, OR 97424-9544
(541) 942-8730
2 miles from the center of Cottage Grove. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,873 yards with a par of 72 (Public) Write a Review
83301 Dale Kuni Rd
Creswell, OR 97426-9480
(541) 895-2174
11 miles from the center of Cottage Grove. Write a Review
9 holes over 6,067 yards with a par of 70 (Municipal) Write a Review
2700 Columbia St
Eugene, OR 97403-1699
(541) 484-4653
17 miles from the center of Cottage Grove. Write a Review
18 holes over 6,847 yards with a par of 72 (Private) Write a Review
255 Country Club Rd
Eugene, OR 97401
(541) 344-5124
19 miles from the center of Cottage Grove. Write a Review

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