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
Excellent course but very slow play
Most enjoyable course and quite challenging. Somewhat spoiled by very slow play.
Normally Eagle Crest always is a good choice. But, the slow play that started on the 2nd hole, turned into a round just under 5 hours. Only after calling in did a marshal talk to the group ahead, but it didn't change anything. The greens were in poor shape and so slow!
nice finish to vacation
very nice to walk, weather was a bit cool though, fairways lush, greens very good, was a nice end to vacation of golf.
Long walk due to distance green to next tee, fairways were great, greens very good just about right speed, saw lots of varied wildlife, weather was just right for walking, I like this course, we vacation here every other year.
I wish I could have walked the course but #'s 2 & 3 are down in a canyon and the walk is not for seniors. I enjoyed playing as a single. As I came upon groups they were more than willing to let me play through. the marshall even suggested I play two balls. (That really improves the game)
Really enjoy this course
Greens had been sanded but was about gone. 2 weeks the place will be perfect
And we used their cart for the last time as tomorrow ALL new golf carts are being delivered
Beautiful backdrops of the mountains with snow.
This course has great features
This course was awesome! My roommate and I found a great deal on golfnow.com and booked the tee time right away. The course has a very unique design to it. Every hole is different. You have long, short, and in between.
One of my favorite courses in Central Oregon. Always well maintained, and it is a challenge for an average golfer, but still very enjoyable!
Lots of Bang for the Buck
After playing this PAR 63 course a number of times last year I thought I would not 'like' to play it much this year. For a short course (non-Par 5, and some short/shorter holes), this 18 hole course offers plenty of challenges and opportunities to practice all aspects of the game. From the Blue Tees, this course has some Par 4s that require a good drive and a short to mid iron in. The Par 3s from the Blues also require some mid irons. The greens were in good condition given the time of year and the pace of play was superb. I finished in under 3 hours. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for (a) a shorter round, (b) someone who is looking to work on his/her short game - NOTE - all greens have good approaches, sand traps, some water and YES - real 'par 72' size greens. But again, there's a couple opportunities to hit Driver of the tee and 3 wood all day long.
The Ridge course
Lost a couple of golf ball but played okay for it being March. For the time of year the course held up very well and was a pleasure to walk. I have played this course a few times now and I must compliment the Pro shop and course on the shape it is in for this time of year.
A mid- iron short course
Obviously it was March and luckily the weather was good and sunny at 55 degrees! The greens where still somewhat less than adequate - no ball cleaners or water coolers and the beverage cart only came to us at the 16th hole...pretty poor planning!
Over-all, this is a fun course, especially for baby boomers who are "improving their game" after working a long career!
I would play this course again...even if the $16.00 per person to ride a cart is excessive in my opinion! The F&B venue is terrible!
The course was in decent shape.
Nothing overly special. The course is kept in nice shape, even considering the time of the year. There's enough to make it challenging on certain holes. Though still playable for most levels of play.
lives up to its name
I like the course, and have played it about 7-8 times. A good healthy walk( I am almost 74 yrs). Had 3 birdies, and played one over. It is a good test of accuracy off the tee, and your short game...both chipping and putting. Oh, and sand, even though I wasn't in any traps this day. Lots of them, and pretty tough.
Very good course
Played the Ridge for the 1st time…nice layout for walking, course in very good shape for March.Greens were smooth, and reasonably fast. Plenty of interest and challenge for most players. Some nice views, and peaceful environment. Pro shop staff and starter were very courteous.
Fun short course
My wife and I played here for the 2nd time, course in decent shape, only 2 hrs 50 minutes walking…we caught up to the foursome ahead of us at the 9th, which slowed us down a bit, but pace was good. Lots of par 3's and short par 4's…fun round!
Nice course in good condition for time of year .As for the guy behind the counter get a new job your not a people person.he was very put off with having to answer questions.
A good course to walk and the greens were in good shape for March.
Still a Favorite
One can enjoy a quick 18 holes of challenging golf here. Every hole is unique. In winter shape now, but still worth the money.
The greens were a little wet, but overall very nice course. I wish the pin flags were normal height, pretty hard to judge distance.
Fabulous challenge course!!
Great course, I've recommended to many!!
Even tho it is a par 3 course, I feel it is one of the best
in Central Oregon.