Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - 1st green
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - 1st green
The first green on the Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort shines at sunrise. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 2
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 2
The par-5 No. 2 is a signature hole for the Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort. It tees off eight stores above the canyon floor. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 4
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 4
Long hitters have a lot of room to play on Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort's fourth hole. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - 4th green
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - 4th green
A wide green awaits on Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort's par-4 No. 4. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 6
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 6
Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort's par-5 sixth hole features lots of sand guarding the green. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort golf course
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort golf course
Mother Nature is the real star at Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 9
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 9
A wide green awaits on the par-4 ninth on Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - driving range
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Eagle Crest Resort - driving range
Don't forget to practice on the driving range at the Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - homes
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Eagle Crest Resort - homes
There are beautiful private houses at the Eagle Crest Resort. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 17
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - hole 17
There is water hazard on the right of Resort Course's 17th fairway. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - 17th hole
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Eagle Crest Resort - Resort Course - 17th hole
There is another water hazard on the left of the 17th green of the Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort. Oleg Volovik/Golf Advisor
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Mother Nature stars at memorable Resort Course at Eagle Crest in Redmond, Oregon

REDMOND, Ore. -- The Resort Course at Eagle Crest Resort was designed by Bunny Mason and first opened in 1986. The course, which has hosted Oregon High School State Golf Championship since 1991, features two distinctly different nines.

Big hitters will love the front nine, which allows players to swing away. More accurate players will be thankful for the back nine, because it places a premium on accuracy. Holes No. 10-No. 15 have out of bounds left and right. From the tips, the course plays 6,673 yards.

Looking for the Resort's signature hole? No. 2 is a par 5 that tees off eight stories above the canyon floor and features a nearly 90-degree dog-leg right. You won't want to miss -- or forget -- this hole.

Nestled against the memorable Cascade Mountains near Bend, Eagle Crest is good for more than 300 days of sunshine each year with an annual rainfall of less than nine inches.

Born and raised in the former Soviet Union, photographer Oleg Volovik moved to the United States in 1992 and now lives with his wife and two children in Los Angeles. He joined the TravelGolf editorial team in 2010. Originally graduated with a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering he continued to dedicate his time and energy to his passion for visual arts and photography. Oleg has extensive experience in fine arts, fashion, event, architecture and journalistic photography. His work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Moscow, where he also taught a master class, sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, in April 2007. He may be a novice golfer, but Oleg always wears a white leather glove during photo sessions. "Golf photography is my own 'game' with the beauty of nature and human creativity.
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