Willamette Valley Country Club proudly boasts one of the most highly respected 18-hole championship golf courses in the Pacific Northwest. With 156 acres of secluded farm land to work with, Shirley Stone designed the original layout of this course which has become a 7,200 yard masterpiece.
In 1994, Bill Robinson was hired to develop the second phase of Willamette Valley Country Club’s long range master plan and thirteen years later, Craig Schreiner accepted the challenge by becoming the third architect of record charged with further improving upon what has become known as the "hidden gem" of the Willamette Valley.
This course provides five different sets of tees allowing all levels of golfers an opportunity to challenge themselves. The sixteenth hole has become the signature hole of Willamette Valley Country Club. It is a short but difficult dog-leg left par 4 which requires an accurate approach shot over the pond to a large yet drastically undulating three tier green.