Yellow/Green at Charbonneau Golf Club
|White (W)||62||4050 yards||62.9||102|
|Red (W)||62||3804 yards||61.4||98|
|Blue M: 61.5/102||255||175||201||239||204||263||238||346||192||2113||351||142||260||293||160||225||176||203||338||2148||4261|
|White M: 60.8/101 W: 63.1/108||242||162||190||230||176||255||220||340||182||1997||342||133||246||283||148||210||165||195||331||2053||4050|
|Red M: 60.1/101 W: 61.4/103||219||147||165||216||151||228||238||318||169||1851||335||125||235||275||138||225||105||203||312||1953||3804|
Food & BeverageSnacks, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesLounge, Banquet Facilities
Golf Advisor: Top Courses in Oregon
Pretty flat course, not many surprises or dog legs. Well kept greens and fairway. No par 5's but still pretty challenging.
A really nice course, lots of open fairways. Only par 3 and 4s, but challenging.
Not what it used to be
Charbonneau was the OGA 2017 Course of the Year. They boast it on a sign outside of the clubhouse. Knowing that it's an executive course will help for those who would otherwise complain about the short layout.
That being said, many of the tee boxes were more sand than grass. The greens had ben recently punched and de-thatched. There was no notice of this in or around the pro shop, nor in booking the tee time on Golf Now.
It plays short with many of the Par 4's drivable. It's a fun diversion for those who have accuracy in their back pocket. For those who struggle off the tee, or struggle to hit where they would like to go, don't be surprised if an angry homeowner comes out for some choice words. The course (all three nine-hole legs) are completely bounded by the houses of the Charbonneau District.
It is a very simple course. Mostly retired people. The course difficulty is very low. Not recommended for serious golfers.
Great first experience at Charbonneau
Had a really good time. It was a beautiful spring day and the players were very friendly