Portland Golf Courses

Find sanctuary...one magnificent hole at a time

Situated on pristine farmland are two of the area's best golf courses. Only 20 miles west of Portland are two championship golf courses. Both were etched into the landscape by renowned golf course architect Bob Cupp. Lush stands of towering trees frame undulating fairways and manicured greens, creating a stunning tapestry for respite, relaxation, and adventure. Both golf courses lend themselves to walking, allowing players to enjoy the golf courses the way they were meant to be played.

“Pure. Golf. Experience.
 A world apart, Pumpkin
 Ridge is the best of
 both worlds.”
 -Tom Cade, PNGA

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Two world-class golf experiences in Portland

Ghost Creek Golf Course, Portland OR

Ghost Creek

Golf in North Plain's picturesque wetlands and dense forest. The par-71, 6,839-yard Ghost Creek golf course merges imaginative design with breathtaking beauty.

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Clubhouse at Witch Hollow Golf Course.


Bob Cupp let the natural contours of the land dictate the design of this exquisite private Portland golf course. The result is Witch Hollow, Portland's premier private golf course.

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Elevate your game with a golf lesson taught by top PGA professionals Jerry Mowlds and Ray Otis. Call or email us directly to book your lesson today!


Ray Otis, PGA
Director of Golf

Email: Ray Otis

(503) 647-2505

Ray began playing golf at the age of 13. After a successful junior golf and high school career, Ray accepted a golf scholarship to The University of San Francisco. Highlights during his amateur career include winning the 1998 Lexus Fresno State Classic, participating in three United States Amateur Championships, finishing runner-up in the 1998 Northern California Golf Association Amateur Championship, and winning the 1999 NCGA Four Ball Championship.


After a successful amateur career, Ray turned professional and played four years alongside future winners on both the PGA and Nationwide Tours. In 2006, Ray finished his playing career and decided to move to the Club Professional world and help members improve their games. 


Portland Golf Lessons with one of the best golf teacher in Oregon

Jerry Mowlds,
Director of Golf Instruction

PGA Master Professional Jerry Mowlds has established one of the finest records in PGA history as a club professional/teacher/administrator. Among his many accolades, Mowlds was named “1984 PGA National Golf Professional of the Year;” twice was selected by Golf Digest as “Best Teaching Professional in Oregon;” and for more than 16 years has been named to Golf Magazine’s prestigious list of the “Top 100 Instructors in America.”

Practice Facility

Golfers can perfect every aspect of their game on Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club’s 17-acre practice facility.