Mt. Hood/Portland Golf Course Map
Originally built in 1928 by town founder, Billy Welch, Pine Cone is the fourth oldest course in Oregon. Measuring 3,299 yards and playing to par 36. Its distinctive feature is the Wee Burn stream.
Originally constructed in the mid-1960s, Thistle has undergone the most dramatic facelift. While measuring only 2,956 yards and playing to a par 34, its hazards on seven of the nine holes reward golfers who best manage their game.
Debuting in 1981, Foxglove is considered the most challenging of the three 9-hole tracks, measuring 3,106 yards. It plays to a par 36. An extra sleeve of golf balls is suggested when playing this course!