Juniper Preserve - Jack Nicklaus Signature Course
Formerly known as Pronghorn Golf Club - Nicklaus Course
|Rust (W)||72||6533 yards||77.4||150|
|Gold (W)||72||6000 yards||74.3||144|
|Silver (W)||72||5256 yards||70.4||129|
|Tips M: 75.0/148||380||572||253||331||467||511||187||625||425||3751||472||462||342||378||173||543||571||205||482||3628||7379|
|Black M: 73.5/145||372||566||233||324||460||457||155||604||419||3590||432||426||332||366||167||529||542||195||470||3459||7049|
|Black/Rust M: 72.0/140||372||566||203||324||400||445||155||589||392||3446||419||407||332||330||167||529||506||177||418||3285||6731|
|Rust M: 70.8/138 W: 77.4/150||355||524||203||300||400||445||137||589||392||3345||419||407||281||330||152||498||506||177||418||3188||6533|
|Rust/Gold M: 69.7/137 W: 76.0/148||355||524||203||300||383||369||137||589||380||3240||328||380||281||330||152||498||506||177||400||3052||6292|
|Gold M: 68.5/128 W: 74.3/144||338||500||180||290||383||369||123||548||380||3111||328||380||271||308||125||478||441||158||400||2889||6000|
|Gold/Silver M: 66.0/125 W: 71.5/135||277||421||153||290||315||369||123||468||314||2730||328||338||271||308||125||423||441||158||350||2742||5472|
|Silver M: 65.4/119 W: 70.4/129||277||421||153||243||315||369||105||468||314||2665||328||338||234||236||105||423||441||136||350||2591||5256|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Locker Rooms
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
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Beautiful Views Photo submitted by u1135234 on 08/19/2019
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Might have left an Easter egg in here! Photo submitted by u1135234 on 08/19/2019
Photo submitted by dmoxford21 on 07/02/2013
CO golf in November
For early November the course was in really good shape. Only a few tee boxes were frozen.
I really enjoyed playing this course. It is an incredible designed course, and definitely not easy. Though it was late season and the fairways were aerated, it was still very playable. The greens are amazing, very true (fast). A LOT of bunkers, both around the greens and in the fairways. I seem to have found a lot of them...lol.
I would not play this course if I had to pay regular price. I would gladly spend hundreds of dollars on golf, but not all at once. I will definitely be back, but will have to bargain shop for deals.
Rude staff in shop
The girl named Jillian in the shop is not only rude but seems genuinely unhappy with her job there and enjoys being rude to customers and even a co worker in her shop . What a beautiful course with some terrible people working there and a really huge let down of a snack bar for such high prices . What happened to this place ? Whoever is running the food and beverage department and managing golf should be questioned .
One of Nicklaus' finest
Take your pick about which course is better at Juniper Preserve - the resort course by Nicklaus or the private course by Fazio. I probably lean toward the Nicklaus since it's got some holes you just won't forget - the waterfall encounter at 13 and the island green, etc. It was in impeccable condition when I played it during the popular Linksoul 2Man. Everything about the experience is top notch - the clubhouse, the food, the resort accommodations. Its remote location is a blessing and a curse. It's great to have such beautiful natural surroundings but a bummer it's a 30-minute drive to enjoy the breweries and restaurants of downtown Bend.
Playing this course was a real treat. Definitely an upper tier track. Staff was very friendly. Course conditions were great. Layout is outstanding. Lots of shot variety and very scenic.
Beautiful but different
Great course. But lots of bunkers. Forced carries. Play the shortest tees your ego allows.
Visitor from Scottsdale
A beautiful course, but absolutely more difficult than the rating. Fairways were lush and the greens were okay. Bunkers could have better sand.
Very nice course however they must be short staffed because all the lawn the lawn trimmings were all over the place the greens Were sanded
T boxes were OK Worth playing but you can play many courses in Oregon for half the price the same quality if not better try quail run widget Creek
Another Perfect Day at Pronghorn
We visit Bend 6-8 times per year and I have had the opportunity to play close to every public access golf course in the area. Pronghorn continues to be my choice when it comes to playing in Bend. Championship course in great condition always! Instead of playing multiple rounds at a less expensive course, I have opted to play once at Pronghorn when visiting.