King City Golf Course
|Blue (18 holes)||68||4830 yards||62.6||101|
|White (18 holes)||68||4568 yards||61.8||98|
|Red (W) (18 holes)||68||4086 yards||62.6||101|
|Blue M: 31.3/100||289||215||265||208||188||291||374||284||301||2415||2415|
|White M: 30.9/98 W: 32.8/113||289||178||249||196||167||277||352||284||292||2284||2284|
|Red M: 30.1/91 W: 31.3/108||289||147||235||130||143||233||333||284||249||2043||2043|
Great little course!
Perfect for kids, intermediate players.
Short par 4s and par 3s, interesting holes and always in decent shape.
Very good value.
I enjoyed playing this course. It is only 9 holes. It was in good shape. Mostly par 4's around 250-300 yards. Mostly flat, walkable.
Super friendly staff
First time played for my wife. She loved it!
It is short and flat enough to be a great walking course. From the condition of the fairways and greens you'd never know we are heading for record summe heat!
Club facilities not fancy but adequate.
Putts break toward 99
Decent short course, needs work on the grumpy old people whom complain about anything,lol
This is a fun little 9 hole course with short par 4's and a very short par 5 and somewhat longer par 3's. The weather turn decent toward the end of the day with sunshine but right now the course is very wet and soggy. The green did putt pretty good though.
was a good course to play
I have not played there for a long time,but i will probally return there again.
nice, open, good beginning course.
I took a friend who has just started golfing. It was the perfect place to go!
A sweet 9-hole getaway
This course is well laid out, has very nice greens and is relatively easy to play with minimal hazards and excellent fairways.
Nice little course
I live real close to King City and Summerfield but also find myself at this course because it's fun, straightforward but still challenging. I've made it my personal mission to par this course (or close to)and I think its doable for the experienced golfer. I like that it's pretty laid back and the guys there are pretty friendly. I don't like the close proximity to the houses but it's much safer than Summerfield. One par 5 which is a good hole, the par 3's are all challenging especially the 4th hole because it's over 200 yards from the blue tees. The par 4's are pretty short but you really need to place your second shot well to par. The course itself is usually in solid condition and the greens aren't too ridiculously difficult, there's sand on a couple of holes that can cause trouble if you miss hit and water on the par 5 seventh hole. I recently stopped bringing my driver and 3 wood because it's short/tight and that forces me to be more accurate with my irons and hybrids but if you're accurate with your drives and don't hit it 250+ yards consistently then go for it. One time I actually hit the green on the third hole par 4 off the tee with my driver and eagled the putt, my first and only eagle. Overall it's a decent course with a decent price so I'll continue to go there and pursue the scratch round. If you don't need a full sized course that's fancy and overpriced then check out this course. For a nice championship course in the area check out Red Tail it's usually pretty fairly priced and has some deals on golf now.
Always liked going at my own pace,
Didn't like getting paired up especially since no one was behind us. Also the marshall is very annoying and distracting.
The course is well maintained, both fairways and greens.
Some fairways are very tight and require accurate tee shot.
Fun course with great customer service
There are very nice people working the course, and it has a great atmosphere. As a ~105~ golfer the course was a lot of fun for me.
Great 18 hoke round of golf
Thank you for a great round of golf with an interesting group of other golfers.
This course requires precise shot making
Narrow fairways and challenging greens make this a unique course in the heart of a Portland area retirement community. Even though recent wet weather made the fairways soft with little roll off drives, the greens played fast.
This course is great for the average player.
The course was extremely muddy but it was still fun to play. To be expected in February in Oregon.
Probably the best $10 course I've played. Was a little soggy that day but still not bad for the price.