Portland Public Golf Course -Ghost Creek

Ghost Creek: Spectacular golf, Portland beauty.

Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club’s par-71, 6,839-yard Ghost Creek layout was crafted by Bob Cupp in the “old” style, leaving the Portland wetlands terrain completely natural. This Portland public golf course is subtle and cunning, featuring a variety of distinct and equally memorable holes framed by lush stands of trees, dramatic mountain vistas and ragged wetlands. The phantom Ghost Creek materializes throughout the golf course, adding to the layout’s stunning beauty.

Just one year after its unveiling, Ghost Creek's formidable golf tournament capabilities were put to the test when the Portland golf course served as home to the 1993 NIKE TOUR Championship, where David Duval came back from a double bogey on the par-4 ninth hole to win the golf tournament. The event was a catalyst for an exceptional run of professional and amateur championships that have taken place at Ghost Creek.

 

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Tour Ghost Creek:

Hole 1: Par 4

Ghost Creek starts tough with a bigger-than-normal hole, a par four of near maximum length with a large green that is difficult because it is raised. Over the back would make for a poor start. The hollow behind the green is six feet deep in places.

 
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Be sure to take a look at Witch Hollow, our Members-only golf course: › Tour Witch Hollow

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