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
The challenge is always great fun to play. The course was in exellent shape,and the greens were slick the day I played it. Went from the purple tees which bounce you all over the place, you use all of the tees when going from the purple tees. The weather was great for this time of year. We saw numerous deer on nearly every hole. It was,as usual, a great experience.
fun to play
course was in great condition, greens we fast and undulating. not busy so we when our own pace.
great day of golf
I recently played both the Ridge course and the resort course. They were both in great shape but I really liked the Ridge course better. The fairways were wide and the greens very receptive. Staff were very helpful and friendly. I would play here again.
Very nice golf outing and would recommend this for other golfers.
Very friendly staff and helpful with my change of tee times that i made through GOLF NOW.
Tough course in excellent condition. Good variety of holes. Fun to play.
Great warm up course with a challenge. The staff worked with me to adjust my tee time and in the end this was a very pleasant day.
Shot course but each hole can be a challenge. To get in 18 holes and in less than 4 hours this is the course to play.
Very easy to set up t time.
would have loved to get a cart because the course is quite long and hilly..But cost of cart was way to high so walked instead. Other then that, it is a fun rather hard course
A well-balanced course
The Resort Course at Eagle Crest offers up a good balance of challenge and playability. Shot strategy is important on several holes to keep hazards out of play or even put the ball on the fairway - Can you hit a draw? Go ahead and pull out the driver. No? Better go with a 3 wood or you risk carrying the fairway and playing a blind approach shot from ugly tall grass...... We've played here several times over the last few years and always enjoy it.
A challenging and fun short course that requires use of most of the clubs in your bag
Truly a fun course that presents a challenge because of slopes and contours and the need to use all clubs - even driver!
Greens are well maintained, quick and somewhat tricky and rough was high and difficult when the ball settled.
The Challenge is a great place for a 3-3 1/2 hour round, walkable for the fit but involves some short climbs and is a fair value, and a super value on some tee-times.
Would recommend to any player except those who want to boom driver on 14 holes because you can only hit driver on 4-5 holes.
Tee boxes beat up, recently aerated probably. Hitting fairways are key, due to all the small humps and hills that lead to sidehill/downhill/uphill lies. Boring back and forth front 9, back 9 a little more interesting. I walked the course, would recommend a cart due to long distance between holes.
A very fair challenge for any level of player
Every hole is different with plenty of risk/reward shot potentials
Great for kids with some playing time under their belt.
Great for kids with some playing time under their belt. Holes from the red tees are just perfect. While the blue tees will challenge the good players.
all and all the course is in good shape
if it wasnt for golf now the course is to pricey to play on a regular basis, need more golf now t times per day especially on saturday
This course is a little tight in some places and wide open in others.
I got this tee time thru Golfnow it was a very good rate but starting at 1:40 pm in Central Oregon is not a good time to start
due to the temperature being in the 90's. The course is fairly challenging but was made somewhat easier because they had most of the tee boxes moved up one level.
Very nice course in excellent condition. Unique holes several with outstanding views
Fun resort course.
Good shape, found a good deal, good pace! I'll be back!
don't let the shortness fool you; this course has every feature imaginable and all will challenge your game. Good luck!!
The Resort course at Eagle Crest is a good challenge for all but the very low handicappers. Even then the 10 and below need to be careful or they can get into trouble.
The course was all that I expected and more.
This course is great for the senior player who can no longer pound the ball. Course management is a must on this track and you will be rewarded with a very satisfying round. It is well maintained and the greens are moderate speed with a good true roll of the ball.
A fun course
Recommend a cart during the day. Some pretty good walks from green to next tee.