Oroville Golf Club first opened for play in 1959
The Oroville Golf Club is a 9-hole regulation length course. It plays to a par of 36 and is located just west of the town of Oroville, very near the Canadian border in Eastern Washington. This 9-hole course lies amid apple orchards just west of its namesake town. The course crosses over a ridge overlooking the Similkameen River, and offers views of downtown Oroville and the Similkameen Canyon. The course's short layout ensures a fun round of golf for all skill levels. This challenging course has narrow fairways, so shot accuracy is at a premium. There are many sand and grass bunkers, but no water hazards.
Oroville Golf Club's 9-hole golf course plays to 2,926 yards for a par of 36. The course rating is 33.9 with a slope rating of 113.
$76 (cart included), played on Monday, June 2010 at 8am
I will NEVER golf there again. They have a no rider policy so I asked if my wife could ride if I paid the cart fee. The $30 course(the fee my playing partner paid for 18 holes) cost me $86.00. I paid the rip off fee because there were no other courses around. The course is in poor condition and the local members think entirely too much of it. I will continue to tell all who will listen what I truly think of the dump.
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