Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club - North is a Semi-Private, 18 hole golf course located in Aloha, Oregon. Reserve Vineyards & Golf Club has two 18-hole golf courses, The North Course and The South Course. This 36-hole golf facility is located on the edge of some of the Oregon's beautiful wine country. The two picturesque and challening championship-caliber courses are set amid rolling terrain, stands of timber, and the Gordon and Butternut creeks.
The North Course first opened for play in 1998. The course was designed by Robert E. Cupp.
The North Course provides dramatic contrast to its counterpart at The Reserve. While The South Course's trees and terrain are pure Willamette Valley in character, the North Course feels more like playing among Oregon's coastal dunes. The more expansive links-style layout features undulating native grass mounds, distinctive shape, judicious bunkering and formidable greens with short grass surrounds.
The par 72 course, measuring from 5,199 to 6,852 yards, defies players to hit and hold its greens. Without a doubt, the course's signature hole is the unique 460 yard, par 4 17th, where the green is part of a spectacular 43,000 square foot triple green complex shared by the 1st, 8th, and 17th holes.
The North Course is reserved exclusively for private members and their guests from the 1st through the 15th of each month.
$61 (cart included), played on Thursday, July 2011 at 10am
Very nice variety of holes. 1 funky hole, but that doesn't affect the overall quality of the other 17 holes.
$41 (cart included), played on Tuesday, October 2009 at 6am
Managed to get a fairly mild day for late October, not very windy and no rain. The greens had been micro-plugged about a week or two before and even though you could see the marks, the ball still rolled very true. Hardly anyone on the course. Played as a twosome and were almost overtaken by a foursome who were bombing straight and long but something slowed them up. This course has a few holes that really require some thought to play well. Only one hole is what I would call 'goofy' as in being a strange layout (short dogleg hard left to a hidden green).
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