Course Feature: Ghost Creek Golf Course
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Ghost Creek

Course Feature: Ghost Creek Golf Course

A course once played by the best golfers in the world, Ghost Creek Golf Course, part of the Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club, is another top-100 course available to golfers through Supreme Golf.

The par-71 course, located in North Plains Oregon, finds itself at #80 on Golf Digest’s Top-100 Public Courses for 2017-2018. The course prides itself on its ‘old style’ design, leaving Portland’s surrounding terrain completely natural. This includes many surrounding trees; wetlands and the Cascade Mountains provide the backdrop to the course.

Just a year after it opened, the course hosted the 1993 Nike Tour Championship, which saw David Duval leave victorious after sinking a 17-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole. Ghost Creek’s sister & private course, Witch Hollow, saw Tiger Woods capture his third-consecutive U.S. Amateur Championship in 1996 in an electrifying come-from-behind win over Steve Scott.

Tiger Woods aka the G.O.A.T. celebrates at Witch Hollow, the private course next to Ghost Creek, during the 96′ U.S. Amateur Championship

A course once played by the best golfers in the world, Ghost Creek Golf Course, part of the Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club, is another top-100 course available to golfers through Supreme Golf.

The par-71 course, located in North Plains Oregon, finds itself at #80 on Golf Digest’s Top-100 Public Courses for 2017-2018. The course prides itself on its ‘old style’ design, leaving Portland’s surrounding terrain completely natural. This includes many surrounding trees; wetlands and the Cascade Mountains provide the backdrop to the course.

Just a year after it opened, the course hosted the 1993 Nike Tour Championship, which saw David Duval leave victorious after sinking a 17-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole. Ghost Creek’s sister & private course, Witch Hollow, saw Tiger Woods capture his third-consecutive U.S. Amateur Championship in 1996 in an electrifying come-from-behind win over Steve Scott.

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