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It's almost worth the green fee just to sit and enjoy the view with Mt. Hood towering on the horizon. The course is fun. We played the front nine which has a couple uniquely adventurous holes. You'll see what we mean. The restaurant is really...More
Beautiful course and well maintained but the customer service was the worst I"ve experienced in 40+ years of golfing. 2 separate experiences with two different employees. Rude employees. It's almost like they dont want customers or care about their experience. For that reason alone, I...More
Tyson J, General Manager at Indian Creek Golf Course, responded to this reviewResponded 9 September 2017
I am responding to this review so that the people that read it know what happened.
But first I would like to apologize for the rude behavior if it indeed did happened, there is no excuse for that!
The day that you came...More
This is a great course with double mountain views. Well manicured with fast true greens. The clubhouse patio affords close-up views of Mt Hood. You won't be disappointed at this location! They pride themselves on their customer experience......
This is a great golf course . It's a full 18 hold course with some fun but challenging holes . It's very scenic and beautiful mountain views . One could walk this course but I highly suggest a golf cart .
I love this golf course, especially on a clear day. You have views of both Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood plus surrounded by orchards, which were in bloom. Not only is the course beautiful but fun to play. While a challenge it can be forgiving.
Went to this beautiful golf course yesterday and what great shape their course is in. The greens were like greased lightning and so true. The golf course is in amazing shape and worth every penny. The bar and restaurant are amazing also. The golf carts...More
#8 – Great mountain-golf par 3, where you’re shooting down at the hole, while a rounded hill seems to rise directly behind the green. Dotted with pines, but mostly bald at its peak, the mountain reminds you that you’re at the junction of the high...More