Chehalem Glenn Golf Club
|White (W)||72||6159 yards||76.9||142|
|Green Long (W)||72||5667 yards||74.2||136|
|Green (W)||72||5667 yards||74.0||137|
|Red Long (W)||72||5511 yards||73.4||134|
|Red Short (W)||72||5340 yards||72.5||131|
|Black M: 73.4/140||385||552||450||537||204||355||195||383||425||3486||387||370||371||140||597||345||147||480||421||3258||6744|
|Blue M: 71.1/137||352||508||440||537||185||355||178||339||408||3302||350||342||371||112||540||332||137||480||384||3048||6350|
|White M: 69.2/133 W: 75.7/140||329||494||409||508||164||325||159||328||318||3034||317||342||312||95||520||314||122||456||371||2849||5883|
|Green M: 66.6/126 W: 72.2/133||313||456||376||503||162||307||146||297||267||2827||281||243||312||80||396||301||110||413||349||2485||5312|
|Red W: 70.6/127||311||450||372||473||143||305||144||295||265||2758||276||243||210||80||396||268||100||354||343||2270||5028|
|Silver W: 65.7/119||180||450||372||473||52||60||70||190||265||2112||170||243||210||80||396||268||100||354||343||2164||4276|
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Glean the Glenn
Really a fun and beautiful course, with a lot of elevation changes. For most golfers, this would be a difficult walk; particularly because of some lengthy distances between holes. I highly recommend a golf cart. Pace of play was about 4&1/2 hours, but the course isn't easy -- and it was quite full of players that day (Friday). Unless you've a really good golfer, I'd suggest the "white" tees -- they'll give most of us quite enough of a challenge. The blue tees are decidedly harder.
Fall leaves make for great colors. Little narrow sometimes, but still fun.
We couldn't have asked for a better day for golf. The sun was shining and the course was in good shape save for the greens which were still a little bumpy and sandy from them being punched. But for $45 it was a great value. The fairways and tee boxes were in spectacular shape and the staff is always very friendly. The course is challenging but it rewards good shots off the tee where you can score.
Incredible slow play on weekends
Good course and nice staff. Marshall’s are worthless as the pace of play on a Saturday was 5 1/2 hours, horrible. Marshall’s acknowledged pace was slow but did not feel they had authority to ask people to pick up their pace. My advice is avoid weekends at this course. Week days except Friday are fine.
Greens were punched a week ago
They greens are soft, sandy, and full of bumps. Other than that the course is very playable. Opportunity abounds for hitting allot of different types of shots. Fun place to play ... especially for the money.
Pace of play too slow
The last 3 times I have played Chehalem the pace was too slow and the player assistants seem incapable of doing anything. On Friday the group ahead of us was a hole and a half behind,and players were hitting extra shots. We learned it was the first time one of them had ever played.That’s not the course for that. Instead of just mentioning slow play to a group, player assistants should stay with the group and offer advice for ready golf until the group catches up or displays that they get it. I hear the same complaints from other golfing friendsabout Chehalem. This course will be my last choice which is a shame as it is a really impressive track.
Greens were a little burnt from the long summer but pin locations were challenging. One of my favorite courses in the Valley.
Fun and tough!
It’s pretty rare on this course when your teeing off and the fairway ahead is flat. The slope on this course is a nifty 137, but it it’s your first time playing it it minus well be 143. Save all your energy for holes 6-14 because those are by far the toughest ones out there! Oh and take a cart because this course is tough to walk.
Great condition and a fun challenge!
First bit of frustration was when the starter skipped our tee time. Apparently he could not read the writing of the person that wrote my name down even when I booked a tee time online. Maybe the printer was not working.... When I asked him about it he could not find my name because whoever wrote it down was not even close. Option was to join my group on the second hole or wait a half hour.
Several of the holes are just teeing off into the slope. No actual defined landing area. Pace was very slow. The rangers were just driving around and not actually monitoring pace of play. One group was more interested in having a rock concert versus actually playing.
I would recommend skipping this course.
This course is a public city course in very good condition. Many blind shots that usually would not be a problem but there was no course diagram with yardage. There were no yardage markers on the sprinkler heads, cart path or fairways. It was a cloudy day so my GPS was not working.
Directions to each hole were also not on the course so that was an issue.
The gardens noting the hole you were on were beautiful.
Course is in good shape as of the date of this review. Good mixture of fairway layout so it makes you mix up your tee shots rather than just driver on every 4 and 5 par. Will be back for sure.
Chehalem Glenn is one of my favorite courses. One improvement they could make would be to work the sand traps which are either bereft of sand, or in need of a deep taking. Only drawback to this course.
Slow play with no one governing that as is usual anywhere I play golf these days. One guy quit ahead of us because he waiting so long to tee off. We just went to another hole
Club rental for my partner was exorbitant
Great course, very challenging
A lot of ravines with a downhill lie. Very challenging but totally worth it! Will come back again to get some redemption.