Cedar Bend Golf Club, is a Semi-Private, 9 hole golf course located 7 miles north of Gold Beach, Oregon.
You reach Cedar Bend Golf Course by driving north from Gold beach along scenic Highway 101. Turn on Ophir Rd and then turn on Cedar Valley Rd (previously named Squaw Valley Rd).
Cedar bend first opened for play in 1971. The course was designed by John Zoller.
This 9-hole mentally engaging course plays to 3,156 yards from the back tees for a par of 36. The short layout will reward good shots and provide a fun golf outing for everyone. Golfers must consider the combination of elevated tees and greens, along with the creek and little mounds adjacent to several greens.
Each green includes two flags - one for the front nine, one for the back nine. With the two flags on each green and some tee boxes that change between the two nines, Cedar Bend has the feel of an 18-hole golf course.
Playing the 18 holes at the course is a par-72 measuring from 5,231 yards to 6,288 yards long. In general, the course has plenty of challenge for the best golfers, but also plenty of forgiveness for people new to the game. Water comes into play on almost every hole. The beautiful Cedar Fork Creek which golfers must cross on several of the holes, meanders through the course. It's clear waters and smooth stone base make it look inviting on hot summer days.
(cart included), played on Wednesday, August 2010 at 10am
We usually play this course once during our week long vacation. It's fun, but they are over-priced for 2 9 holes.
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