Golf in Saint Helens

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Golf Pro Michael Charles

Eastmoreland

$100 $60.99

Professional instructor breaks down swing mechanics and provides corrective advice on how to develop consistency

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Matt's Fit. Fore Golf

Beaverton

$60 $30

Golf-specific physical-training program aims to help players improve their balance, flexibility, coordination, and strength

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Forest Hills Golf Course

South West Hillsboro

$100.50 $60

Since 1927, course has sprawled cross 100 acres of rolling terrain with mountain views

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Skamania Lodge

Stevenson

$110 $59

Sharp elevation changes and stunning views characterize this par-70 course on the banks of the Columbia River

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Beacon Rock Golf Course

North Bonneville

$41 $20

18-hole course set against Beacon Rock and Archer Mountain wends its way around Hardy Creek

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Summerfield Golf Course

Tigard

$34 $20

Ancient trees tower over the fairways at this nine-hole, par-33 executive course, complete with three par 3s and six par 4s

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Charbonneau Golf Club

Wilsonville

$34 $17

Executive-style layouts on nine-hole courses challenge golfers with tight, tree-lined fairways and intervening waterways

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OGA Golf Course

Woodburn

$1,050 $249

An eight-week program of lessons and driving range sessions prepares beginners 16 and older to play full rounds of golf

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Since 1959, St. Helens Golf Course, just a short 30-minute drive from Portland, has enveloped golfers in a quiet serenity as they propel their golf balls along its nine holes. Before tackling the course, players shake the rust off their short games on the putting and chipping green and perfect their wind-ups inside the hitting cage. The course’s relatively short layout and lack of crowds enables players to finish a round quickly and leave the rest of the day for daydreaming about perfect putts and whittling tees into figurines of favorite golfers.

Course at a Glance:

  • Nine-hole, par-36 course

  • Total length of 3,040 yards from the back tees

  • Course rating of 68.1 from the back tees

  • Course slope of 114 from the back tees

  • Three sets of tees per hole

57246 Hazen Rd
Warren,
OR
US

The majestic beauty of Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Hood surrounds Tri Mountain Golf Course, which garnered a four-star editor's rating from Golf Digest. Award-winning greens cushion patrons' cleats, and golf carts cruise from tee to tee while skirting around the fairways' 11 water hazards and 64 sunbather-filled bunkers. Tri Mountain Golf Course's championship-worthy site has hosted such notable competitions as the ESPN National Golf Challenge , and it unveils its manicured turf for guests looking to practice, play, or find a bloodless alternative to a duel. Although not included in the Groupon, hungry hackers taking a breather from swinging, slicing, and making sand angels in the bunkers may stop at the clubhouse and order from the Tri-Mountain Grille, which overlooks the 18th hole.

1701 NW 299th St
Ridgefield,
WA
US

Journey to Young's Vanco Golf Range in Vancouver, Washington, for a 40-minute, round-changing golf makeover and a bountiful bucket of superior-quality golf balls to whack your new talents upon. Jack has more than 20 years of experience teaching golfists who golf at all skill levels, from beginners to tournament champions. The lesson (a $50 value) takes place in a covered outdoor range where Jack's diligent eye, step-by-step coaching, and fancy video and computer equipment break down every aspect of your swing for careful analysis; the video swing analysis will allow comparison to the swings of over 200 golf professionals. Although he's yet to discover an effective way to teach his trajectory-altering telepathy to students, his before-the-strike tutoring works wonders, slicing hooks and hooking slices into fairway-splitting straight-shots.

703 N Devine Rd
Vancouver,
WA
US

I & G Golf Range gives golfers ample space to address holes in their golf game and develop consistent, dependable swings at a driving range with flagstick targets marked with distances. Visitors collect their allotment of range balls and tee them up on one of the covered mat stalls or, when weather permits, on one of the grass tee stations. Sending golf balls into lower orbit or toward flagsticks scattered at various distances about the range helps players master distance control and understand why ships fly flags to hinder the aim of nervous cannoneers.

11405 NE 72nd Ave
Vancouver,
WA
US

Locals who frequent the nine holes of Skyline Golf Course have taken to calling it Cathlamet’s “Emerald Gem.” With its undulating fairways and scenic views of the Columbia River Basin, the course offers little to challenge this honored epithet. Designed by architect Ralph Rodahl, its treacherous doglegs and ponds have been distracting hole-bound balls for nearly half a century. Among Rodahl’s most challenging designs are two holes at par 5 and two at par 3, each of which requires golfers to navigate a fairway rife with hazards and packs of feral golf carts.

Situated near the first tee, an ample driving range allows for long-distance practice before setting off to conquer the high-risk, high-reward course. After the round, players can replenish with a cold refreshment or savory snack on the clubhouse deck, or upgrade their golf gear with a new sleeve of golf balls from the pro shop or a cyborg caddy from the future.

Course at a Glance:

  • 9-hole, par-35 course
  • Length of 2,433 yards
  • Course rating of 29.6
  • Slope rating of 106:m]]
20 Randal Dr
Cathlamet,
WA
US

Bill Scheller took a leap into an untested space when he registered the domain name GolfClubs.com in 1995. The internet was still a big, giant question mark, but whereas most golf stores were constrained by space and stocked a limited amount of equipment, clothing, and robo-caddies, physical space was not an issue on the wild frontier of e-commerce. Bill set out to assemble the biggest selection number of irons, drivers, and apparel on the planet and couple that selection with great customer service.

Though the GolfClubs.com homepage looks different than it did in 1995, Bill's original vision remains the same. Golfers of all stripes can look to the website for equipment from major brands such as Callaway, TaylorMade, and NIke—indeed, just about anything that helps them play the game they love. Players can also head to the company's brick-and-mortar location in Portland to sample that same selection in person instead of online.

809 SE Sherman St
Portland,
OR
US