Enjoy 18-holes year round on any of Eagle Crest Resort’s three courses with the Eagle Crest Punch Pass. With 12 punches per pass for just $299, you'll enjoy unbeatable value at Eagle Crest Resort. The Punch Pass is valid for one year as of purchase date. Credit will not be issued for unused punches. Carts not included.

  • Eagle Crest Golf Punch Pass

    • Challenge Course (year round) = 1 Punch
    • Ridge & Resort Courses (11/1 - 4/30) = 1 Punch
    • Ridge & Resort Courses (5/1 - 10/31) = 2 Punches
    • Punch Pass Holder May Be Accompanied By 1 Guest
    • Ridge & Resort Courses: No Time Restraints, $10 Additional Charge From 7:30am-10:30am
    • Challenge Course: No Time Restraints, $5 Additional Charge From 7:30am-10:30am

    72 HOLES. 300 DAYS OF SUNSHINEEnough Said

    When it comes to golf in Central Oregon, challenge, variety and value are the top priorities at Eagle Crest Resort. With two championship golf courses, The Ridge Course and The Resort Courses, our tough 18-hole, par-63 Challenge Course, and our popular 18-hole putting course, links lovers are never far from their favorite pastime.

    The Ridge Course (18 holes, par 72)

    Host of the 1999 and 2002 Northwest Open, and 2006 Oregon Open. Carved out of an ancient juniper forest, the course offers terrific Cascade Mountain and valley views, and favors an aggressive approach on the front, and a more targeted approach on the back. The ability of this course to challenge all player levels in a fair and inviting fashion is a large part of its overall charm.

    The Resort Course (18 holes, par 72)

    Host of the 2011 Pacific Amateur and Oregon High School State Golf Championships since 1991. The original features two distinctly different nines. The front nine allows players to swing big off the tee. The back nine places a high premium on accuracy. #2 par-5 is the signature hole, playing eight stories above the canyon floor. The mix of contoured and tiered greens separates experienced and less experienced players.

    The Challenge Course (18 holes, par 63)

    Playing 18 really fun, beautiful holes in less than three hours is unique, but don’t let the yardage and executive layout fool you. In 2006, The Challenge Course was named the Pacific Northwest’s best short course by Links magazine. With nine par-3s to gun for, this is the perfect course for those dreaming of a hole-in-one.

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