Eagle Crest Resort
About Eagle Crest ResortEagle Crest Resort is a 1700-acre resort and residential community in Redmond, located in the heart of Central Oregon. Eagle Crest features two 18-hole championship courses and an additional par-63 Challenge Course as well as a grass putting course. Accommodations range from rooms and suites in a 100-unit main lodge and also a collection of vacation rental homes within the community. In addition to golf, there are three sports centers at Eagle Crest featuring activities ranging from indoor and outdoor swimming, a splash park, indoor and outdoor tennis, pickleball and other fitness classes. Guests can dine at the main lodge or enjoy golf clubhouse or poolside fare. The concierge onsite can assist with all the outdoor activities Bend, the high desert and nearby Cascade Mountains are known for, from horseback riding to white water rafting and kayaking.
Golf courses at Eagle Crest Resort
Images from Eagle Crest Resort
The 9th at Eagle Crest Challenge course. This is a long 120 from the White's and 15 short is way worse than 15 long. Photo submitted by Jemayer230 on 11/26/2012
There are benches on this course for good reason. Photo submitted by Jemayer230 on 10/20/2012
The Par 5 4th hole at Eagle Crest Resort - Ridge Course Photo submitted by Jemayer230 on 10/20/2012
Great score = Great review
Shot one of my best rounds here so my review might be biased. The greens were not lightning fast which helped my score.
Like playing with WIllie Nelson
IOW it was like having our own course. THe condition was fabulous. Not ball marks on greens. Fairways like carpet. There were people behind us but as a twosome we got so far ahead that we were all alone.
Cheap, but not worth it.
The course and resort are well known and I have played there many times. For whatever reason, the golf staff has really gone downhill. During play, the front desk guys were trying to get a round in and hit into us. We were behind players with a toddler who were behind others. We waited on every tee box. Then another attendant drove straight down our fairway as we were addressing our tee shots. Needless to say, we finished in the dark and were less than impressed by the staff and fuzzy greens. Employees at upscale resorts would be fired for this behavior.
Definitely worth a visit!
It was a wise decision for my wife and I to head for Redmond for a couple days - I played two courses and loved them both. The Ridge course was a lot of fun - I joined two gentlemen from the area and they helped me with their course knowledge. A great variety of holes for all levels. I will play the course again. It was in excellent shape.
poor treatment for resort course
Resort course without customer service for the price of golf. No bag drop or help with clubs, pay extra for range balls, no help with clubs at end of round. This would be a fine muni type course if the cost was more reasonable. Good design on starting & ending holes with wide open holes in the middle. enjoyed the pace of play & scenery.
Reasonably priced, course was in excellent shape, greens were meticulous and staff was friendly.
Great conditions made for good play but those greens did us in. Very hard to read and very even. Staff and volunteers were welcoming. Would recommend to friends, worth the drive from Bend.
Excellent fairway and fast greens
Mid summer and the fairways and greens were in excellent condition. No weeds all nice green grass and thick
Friendly regulsrs that play there not sure if tourist understand slow play ethics of letting faster players play through. Could use better marsheling on weekends. Always have great time playing. Best course conditions in bend and redmond. Highly recomend. If you have young beginners challenge course is for you
This was the first time playing this course and I can't say enough about it. Easy to get into trouble but not that hard to stay out of it. So fun and interesting.
eaglecrest, nice but ...
Had a nice round, the staff was extremely helpful and nice, but @ the golf now price of $74 (same as the pro shop price) + the cart at a total of $105, this course is way overpriced.
Best par 3 course!!
Can't say enough about this awesome
course!! Greens are perfectly maintained
And fairways are impeccable .
It is a beautiful course
I don't know if the golf course knows what we paid for 18 holes or not, but they charged us $34.00 for our cart. We have never paid that much before. Probably will not go back for that reason!
Easy , relaxing round of golf. Played it easily in 3 hours. Lots of bunkers. Well maintained.
Good 18 Holes
Eagle Crest Challenge course is a good par 3/4 course. The greens are well maintained and holes are just enough work for a intermediate golfer.
Glorious day made up for slow play
What a beautiful course and day. The 2nd hole is as amazing as promised. Elevated tee to a tricky canyon. Long rough. If you hit into it say farewell to your ball. Tricky greens. Want another chance at a few.
Very friendly staff. Course Marshall could have helped a bit more with the very slow 3some in front of us. They didn't let us through until the last par 3. We were in our car and leaving before they finished 18.
No cart service which seemed odd for a warm holiday weekend. Pretty parched by the end.
Quite the Challenge
Stay in the fairways or you will pay the price. Quick greens, rough rough.
Great Resort Golf
Enjoyable course, well kept, well groomed, but slow greens all the way around. Very walkable course as long as you can climb a few hills. Friendly staff with a nice pro-shop and practice facility.
Great 3.5 hour golf on excellent course
The course is alternating par 3 and par 4. All requiring the ball be kept in play. Greens are small, a bit slow with a noticeable difference between up grain or down. They are typical public greens, bit hard and rarely hold a wedge. Play to expect roll on approach shots. Couple of greens don't match rest and are fast. Sand traps are bunkers. Fairways are rolling and rough is natural high desert. Easy to loose balls here. Nice layout with good visuals. Must be in shape to walk it, good size distance between holes. Women's tees offer real distance from mens on most holes making this good couple course. Overall, very good course to keep your game in shape. Very friendly staff, nice facilities, and easy to finish 18 in 3.5 hours.
We played in the afternoon. The wind was a bit of a factor but not bad. On the back nine we had the course to ourselves, no one either in front or in back of us. The greens were slower than some of the other Central Oregon courses we have played this week, but rolled true.