Astoria Golf & Country Club, is a Private, 18 hole golf course located in Warrenton, Oregon.
Astoria Golf and Country Club first opened for play in June 1924. The course was designed by George Halderman and George Junor. The course was the built in north and south directions between the dunes, following the natural terrain which had been shaped by sand, wind and sea.
Astoria's slogan is "The St. Andrews of the Pacific." The course is considered one of the northwest's premier private golf clubs. The challenging 18-hole golf course is built on top of ancient sand dunes near the Pacific Ocean. The course is host to the annual Oregon Coast Invitational Tournament. Astoria's amenities include a full service golf shop, modern clubhouse with men's and ladies' locker rooms, restaurant and banquet facilities, and a 13 acre practice facility.
Astoria Golf and Country Club plays to 6,538 yards from the Black Tees, 6,331 yards from the Silver Tees, 5,753 yards from the Gold Tees, and 5,495 yards from the forward tees.
Member (cart not included), played on Monday, October 2009 at 6am
This course is kept in excellent condition. The natural lay of the land gives a golfer many different lies during a round of gold. The Chef is also excellent.
Latest Golf Course Reviews