Nestled in the beautiful Umpqua Valley in the rolling hills of southern Oregon, Myrtle Creek Golf Course is one of most spectacular courses in the region. Myrtle Creek Golf Course features 18 holes of championship golf the way it was meant to be played. Experience Myrtle Creek's unique and beautiful layout with tree-lined fairways, challenging greens, five tee boxes and a picturesque scenery that rewards golfers of all skill levels. Myrtle Creek Golf Course also offers a driving range, short game practice areas, a stocked pro shop and golf instruction by a PGA teaching pro.
Daily from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Winter: Weekday Green Fees - $27; Weekends - $32
Carts: $18 (18 Holes) & $9 (9 Holes)
Seniors: 10% Off
10 Play Pass – $300
Golf Tournaments & Events
Seven Feathers St. Patrick's Day Scramble
Monday Madness – Golf & Cart For $32
Golf Practice & Driving
Contoured out of the countryside and hills of south Oregon, Myrtle Creek Golf Course features 18 holes of championship golf with challenging fairways and greens and five sets of tee boxes on every hole. With its spectacular design and beautiful scenery, the 6,637 yard, par-72 course offers a diversity of par 3s, 4s and 5s, with creeks, ponds, bunkers, trees and elevations changes that test every club in your bag.
Annual Memberships & Golf Packages
Myrtle Creek Golf Course offers Associate Membership for $100 a year. The annual membership gives you unlimited golf with a cart for only $40 per day, member discounts at the Pro Shop, Oregon Golf Association Handicap and membership and weekly play in the Myrtle Creek Golf Course Men’s Club, as well as eligibility for monthly tournaments. Myrtle Creek also offers fantastic golf packages with the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Canyonville and Seven Feathers Casino Resort!
Are there practice areas?
Myrtle Creek Golf Course features a large driving range with year-round grass tees, flag and yardage sign targets and a private teaching tee. The course offers a well-manicured short game practice area, with a large natural grass putting green to practice long, short and putts with breaks and a chipping green with a sand bunker. If you’re looking to learn or improve your game, Myrtle Creek offers individual and group instruction by a PGA teaching professional, as well as on-course playing tips. The Pro Shop is stocked with golf clubs, shoes, clothing, gear, and accessories.
Is there dining?
Myrtle Creek Golf Course does not have a restaurant, but you can grab sodas, water, and snacks to take on the course at the Pro Shop. A short drive from the course, Main St. in Myrtle Creek has many great dining spots, like Ignoffo’s Italian Bistro, Abby’s Legendary Pizza, Figarro’s Pizza, Thai Hut Kitchen, and Subway.