Golf with social distancing precautions

Open daily at 8 am (Last tee time one hour before dark)
Tee time spacing extended to every 10 minutes

Fresh air and open spaces make social distancing easy – and we all need some fun right now! Call Edgefield Distillery at (503) 492-5442 to set up your tee time (advance reservations required).

For everyone’s safety, please review current guidelines on the Reservations & Rentals page.

About Edgefield Golf Course

Featuring two par-3 golf courses
Hours vary seasonally

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. Walk-ups are also welcome dependent on availability of tee-times.
Club rentals and golf balls may be purchased at the Distillery Clubhouse.

Foursomes, threesomes, twosomes and singles allowed. Practice social distancing at all times.

West course, 20 holes: $22 Map
East course, 12 holes: $14

Course Rules:

  • No outside alcohol will be allowed
  • Alcohol sales may be consumed on site with social distancing
  • Practice social distancing at all times
  • Face masks, although not required in outdoor spaces, are strongly encouraged
  • Please leave flags in
  • Normal golf etiquette required
  • Golfers are responsible for any damage errant balls may do to parked cars, windows and so forth
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