Eastmoreland Golf Course
|Red (W)||74||5646 yards||72.5||124|
|Blue M: 72.0/130||311||447||337||347||210||497||410||227||497||3283||334||469||167||447||383||381||423||169||457||3230||6513|
|White M: 70.0/127 W: 75.3/134||292||427||317||325||175||489||391||202||472||3090||325||443||136||435||365||364||392||147||394||3001||6091|
|Red M: 67.0/116 W: 66.1/109||271||400||306||305||148||468||392||167||448||2905||308||414||112||361||339||355||308||87||326||2610||5515|
|Yellow M: 62.6/103 W: 72.3/125||206||279||261||245||121||387||298||127||360||2284||215||334||112||351||263||305||251||74||275||2180||4464|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Meeting Facilities, Banquet Facilities
nice course, disappointing facilities
The owner needs to change ONLINE information, the restaurant and menu is NOT as described. The menu is totally different and it's not full service, take out only. The poor guy that mans the takeout window is overworked and overwhelmed. He has to handle huge orders all by himself. But he is friendly and when the sandwiches arrive they are well prepared. But it took a half hour to receive the order.
Fairways need a mow
Greens and tee boxes were in really good shape given all the rain. The fairways were long and not in great shape.
Friendliest staff, beautiful views, challenging and rewarding, always maintained. Love playing early mornings here
It is a great course, hard but very playable. It makes new players think about course management and how to set up for the next shot. The only thing that I ran into was, as a new player and first time playing, the pro shop workers were unhelpful and I did mention it was my first time there. They did not tell me about having to drive on the sidewalk of a street to get to the next hole. I sat there perplexed for a second before full sending it. Everything worked out and I would golf here again and recommend.
Bad but good
Course management is key. Some greens are very slanted left to right or right to left so your approach strategy matters. The rating is low because you can hit a good/great drive and your ball can lie in a dead patch or spotty patch. All the greens except 1 were exceptional and very fast in the summer. If you land next to goose poop, I believe you get free relief and can clean your ball. Check local rules. Enjoy your round, fix your ball marks properly
Great Course. Needs Water for players.
Love this course, played it frequently when I played in HS. I always like to come back and get a round in with some nostalgia. It's really fun, challenging and beautiful to look at. My only gripe is that they have no water filling stations, even during the summer. Help us walking players out please. Would be 5-star if not for lack of hydration availability.
Don't play in the late afternoon
It took 3 hours to play 9 holes after 5pm. This place doesn't have Marshalls tracking pace of play and the greens fees are expensive. Lots of bare spots on the fairways so moving your ball is allowed
This course kills me
I love / hate this course. Every hole has it's challenges. The greens are hard as rocks and rarely flat. It can really get in your head if you start missing shots. Don't worry I'll be back for more punishment soon enough.
Decent layout but slightly overpriced
The course itself is in decent shape and greens look healthy. Plenty of practice facilities. It's located in the heart or Portland, and offers less than tranquil surroundings. #14 starts a stretch of holes alongside abandoned cars, homeless chatter, and graffiti laden trains.
There needs to be a sign coming off of #13 to indicate where #14 is. The opening on the fence shoots you out to the street where you would assume walk. After ending up in the parking lot of a different business, I turned around thinking I took the wrong route, only to double back and walk two blocks around the corner to find #14. Very frustrating
Couse has a nice layout with easier front than back nine.
Pace of play was bad, due of a very slow three some in the front. Marshal did not much to speed them up.
Beside that very nice course.
Easy front nine demanding back nine
Nice course with a nice layout. First nine nice to play , mostly flat. Back nine are more demanding as more water comes in to play and more up and down play. Worth the money.
Classic, Municipal Golf at its Best
Always a phenomenal early round at Eastmoreland. Lovely layout, often over and around water, with an extraordinary variety of trees and plants around the botanic gardens. Challenging tee-to-green, with angles and doglegs and carries to contend with, and excellent, country-club-grade putting surfaces and plenty of sand in the bunkers. Better maintained than all the Oki courses up here in WA, at a third of the price. If you demand immaculate fairways, join Waverly or Tualatin, but this is GREAT blue-collar golf.
Nice Muni, but slow
Eastmoreland is an interesting course and fun to play.. it was also in good shape. It would be MUCH better if there were an effort made to keep groups moving. Slow play plus start times that are only 8 minutes apart make for a long day..
A Portland Favorite
Talk about a love/hate relationship! i really love this course, every hole is interesting and a challenge. The 122 slope is misleading, I'm a poor golfer, +20, but I can usually break 100, not here. The greens are hard as rocks with more slope to them than it looks. Several par 4s are 400+ yards and there's plenty of water on the back 9. I'm just thrilled I played 18 there yesterday and, probably for the first time, didn't lose a ball. My buddy lost 3 which is more the norm. Many think it has the best 19th hole in town.