Dallas is home to an exquisite golf course, Cross Creek Golf Course. Located right outside of town on the Oregon 22 we would like to take a moment to fully appreciate them.
Cross Creek Golf Course is a beautiful and challenging 18 hole course and driving range that combines traditional as well as links-style golf. At 6900 yards the course is designed to be a relaxing and pleasurable experience; whether you are a beginner or a professional. NW Golf Guys named Cross Creek Golf Course number one in the Willamette Valley in both 2012 and in 2013. They have kept that reputation growing by also becoming one of the most popular courses in the valley; known for as a premier for daily fee golf experiences.
They pride themselves on being known as a friendly family oriented golf course and invite their customers to host special events and golf tournaments. They are open year-round to the public though they encourage calling ahead in order to keep wait times minimal.
In an effort to stay up to date with current tournament rules Cross Creek is under revision. This will be the most major revision of the rules for more than 20 years. As the process is still underway and exact changes have not been decided yet they are not yet ready to announce all of them. If you are interested in seeing what revisions they are looking at they have put together a video on their website taking a look at the five most important rule changes.
Cross Creek is also preparing to celebrate its 20th anniversary on May 12th and will be hosting a tournament if you are interested in attending. We encourage you to go and support a local landmark!
“Greens are in great shape and have interesting contours. Good course for a trip to the coast, or a day trip from the valley or Salem. Very helpful and friendly staff.”
“The 18 hole course is situated in a rural country setting, very quiet and very open. The course is set up for all levels of ability with 4 different tee boxes. The women’s tees are very generous which helped with the pace of play. Take a nice drive out of the city and locate Cross Creek and give it a try, well worth the drive!”