You might recognize this Bob Cupp design from television. It played host to Tiger’s iconic comeback over Steve Scott to win his third straight U.S. Amateur in 1996, and was also the chosen site for the 1997 and 2003 U.S. Women’s Open.
Located in the fertile farm country of North Plains, west of Portland proper, this private club is a must play if you’re able to arrange a reciprocal round.
Whereas most courses in Portland are confined to limited space, nothing could be further from the truth at Witch Hollow. The bent grass fairways and greens are some of the purest in the area and the course is usually uncrowded.
Even though the fairways are fairly generous, your iron play better be on point into these small, well-protected greens.
While this course can be a bit of a drive from downtown depending on traffic, it makes for an enjoyable round in some of the most beautiful country western Oregon has to offer.