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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Hole 18: Par 4

On the tee at eighteen, all you have to do is hit a perfect drive about four miles and then a long iron into the prevailing wind with water on the right side of the green, just to get on the big dance floor and hope for a par. As a matter of fact, some may be more aggressive at seventeen just to make up for what they might do at eighteen. With daylight lacking, David Duvall drained a 17-foot putt for birdie to cinch the 1993 NIKE TOUR Championship. One other amazing feat is that he birdied this hole three out of the four rounds.

454 YDS
428 YDS
381 YDS
342 YDS

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


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  — Golf Digest


Best New Public Golf Courses for 1992 (#1)
  — Golf Digest


Did you Know?

You don't have to own a TOUR card or compete in a USGA championship to enjoy Ghost Creek. The golf course is open for public play, and has tee boxes for any skill level. Ghost Creek also offers an array of exclusive privileges, golf discounts and opportunities through the Pumpkin Pass frequent player program.


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