Centennial Golf Course is a public 18 hole golf course located in Medford, Oregon.
Centennial Golf Course first opened for play in 2006. The course was designed by John Fought.
Centennial Golf Club plays to an impressive 7,309 yards from the back tees and a par of 72. The course rating is 75.0 and the slope rating is 130.
Grasses: Fairways, Rough & Tees: Blend of ryegrasses
Greens: T-1 Creeping Bentgrass
Water Features: There are a total of 4 lakes that come into play on 8 holes totaling 8.9 acres and varying depths of 8 to 12 feet.
Bunkers: There are 73 bunkers on 18 holes of golf and 7 additional bunkers on the practice range. There is a total of 104,532 Sq. Ft. or 2.4 acres of bunkers. Each bunker is filled with brilliant white sand imported from Emmett, Idaho.
Green Size: The average sized green on the golf course is 6,928 sq. ft. built to USGA standards. The smallest green #17 is just 5,085 sq. ft.; the largest green is #4 and is 9,948 sq. ft.
Acreage: The entire site encompasses over 400 acres with over 85 acres of fairway and rough areas comprise 92 acres, teeing grounds comprise over 4.5 acres and putting green surfaces encompass 3.5 acres.
Do Not Recall (cart included), played on Sunday, January 2011 at 6am
Good course. Its still a little fresh, so I'd bet it improves over time as well. Same amazing maintenance as quail point applied to an 18-hole track. Can be windy, find the fairways and you can score here. You'll give them away with OB's and lost balls in the tall stuff. Also great A+ practice facilities on location.
$41 (cart not included), played on Monday, September 2010 at 8am
See the description on this page..above.
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