SEMI-PRIVATE BEND OREGON GOLF COURSE
As the name suggests, 18 distinctive and challenging holes wind through, across and along the canyons of Brasada Ranch, beginning from 3,272' above sea level and climbing to just over 4,000'. Here your ball soars farther, as does your eye, with dramatic, unmatched views of the snowcapped Cascade Mountains from nearly every hole. 18 holes at Brasada Canyons isn't simply a day of golf - it's an experience never to be forgotten.
The Brasada Canyons Golf Course in Central Oregon was designed by Peter Jacobsen and Jim Hardy and is undeniably one of the most beautiful and enjoyable golf courses in Bend and Central Oregon.
By The Numbers
- Holes: 18
- Par: 72
- Tees: 5 Sets
- Yards from Back Tees: 7,295 and the longest among Bend Oregon golf courses
- Yards from Front Tees: 4,722
- Opened: 2007
- Course Record: 64
- Season: The course is open on average 353 days per year
What Players Say
- From the back tees it's a real challenge, but from any hole, it's the best 18-views in Bend Oregon. You must have the "Burger-Dog" at the turn.
- Really well guarded greens that are some of the most well kept in the game.
- Lots of fun elevated tee boxes and challenging dog-legs from the back tees that demand length and accuracy. Fairways and landing areas are much wider than they seem - step up and swing away.
- "Given the elevation changes and distances from hole-to-hole, use a cart, which is included in the greens fees."
- Arrive early and enjoy the 5-acre practice facility with towering Cascade Peaks in the distance.
- From the tees, be aggressive, as most of the fairways are wide. Just pick a spot that will give you a
good angle on your second shot into the well-guarded greens.
In your approach, note the daily pin placement or you’ll find yourself navigating some well undulated greens.
- Given the tightly cut fairways, firm and fast greens – some of the best in the state – and many false edges, it pays to keep your approach shots low and run the ball to the pin. If you air it out and land it on the green, there’s a good chance you’ll overshoot the green.
- Putts typically break towards Bend, aka Mt. Bachelor, and most players over read the break. If you see six inches of break, it is probably three.
- Stop to enjoy the tremendous views along the way.