Hours vary seasonally

All Golf is half price in February—call for your tee time!

Our two par-3 Pub Courses (12 holes & 20 holes) meander throughout the Edgefield property and vary from 43 to 84 yards in length.

About Edgefield Golf Course

Featuring two par-3 golf courses

Said to be loosely based on the mythic links described in Michael Murphy's novel Golf in the Kingdom, our two par-3 Pub Courses (12 holes & 20 holes) meander throughout the Edgefield property, winding in and around thickets of blackberry bushes, all the while offering panoramic views of the Columbia River Gorge while you work on your short game. Holes vary from 43 to 84 yards in length; all guests are welcome, even those who've never swung a club! Both courses are equally challenging, mostly for beginners, but fun for all.

If you play the East Course, stop and pay homage to Jerry at the "Garcia Bronze," a dramatic, tree-like sculpture by artist Joe Cotter that honors the late Grateful Dead guitarist. After your round, visit our clubhouse in the Distillery Bar to toast your victory or discuss your defeat.

Reservations & Rentals

For tee times call (503) 492-5442
Tee times may be reserved one week in advance at the Distillery Clubhouse. 

Large groups of 32 or more players should book directly with the group sales department. Or, if you're holding an event at Edgefield on the day of play, there is no minimum number of players required to book. Contact a sales coordinator at (503) 492-2777.

East course, 12 holes: $12 Map
(9 holes: $9, during Edgefield Concerts on the Lawn shows)

West course, 20 holes: $20 Map

Notes & Tips:

  • Both courses are equally challenging, yet suitable for beginners. No expertise necessary!
  • If you forget your pitching wedge and putter, we have plenty to rent for just $2 per club. We also offer golf balls for purchase ($1 each used balls, $1.75 each for new logoed balls), as players tend to lose one or two in the thick blackberry bushes that surround the links.
  • Please note that during warmer months, we often have pre-scheduled events and concerts that may determine which course you can and cannot play.
  • Arrive at least ten minutes early. That way, you have time to organize your party, order drinks and so on.
  • Golfers are responsible for any damage errant balls may do to parked cars, windows and so forth.
  • During warmer months, a beverage cart will provide McMenamins beverages for purchase. And during cooler weather, not to fear; you're never far from a pint when you're at Edgefield. Feel free to start your round by ordering a beverage to go from the Distillery Bar.
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