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Salmon Run Golf Course, Brookings

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.8/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web
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  • This was a "fill in time" golf outing. Its tough to call this a golf course but rather maybe titled "a walk in the fields"? 
  • My husband has been a member for several years and plays at least twice a week. Loves it and never tires of the beauty and the guys he plays with. Lousy manager gone now and Gary and Val Early bringin...  read more »
  • Ok here's the scoop...... 18 hole course built into the mountains east of Brookings If you can handle target golf then this is a Mecca !!! It's on its 2nd owner and needs some TLC. But it will still k...  read more »
  • Interesting layout, the grass on the tee boxes was almost non existent. Dress code not enforced 😖. Must have had watering issues, some areas a bog and some areas were dry. Would play the course again, rates were appropriate. We usually walk but this course would be difficult to walk.
  • This is a gorgeous golf course! I pay $190/month for an all inclusive membership (cart included). That is a screaming deal. You need to be able to hit the ball straight, ocassionally. A lot of area for iron play, I drive the ball around 270 and there are only 4 or 5 holes that I will consider a driver. I generally shoot around a 90, since moving to Salmon Run, I have been shooting around a 97; this is a challenging golf course.
  • This place is incredible! One of the sweetest courses around. You can't get a better experience for the price. I am so grateful this gem is in my backyard!
  • A really fun golf course. We played it summer of 2013. Our story is made more interesting by the fact that the course is not prepared to have walkers. no pull carts. My son and I walked it, having to carry our bags, often down narrow paths, overgrown with blackberry bushes. We still loved it, though there is danger (i.e. penalty strokes) lurking on every hole. We even got turned around a few times and ended up playing the holes in the wrong order. straight hitters have a major advantage over long hitters here. Only beef. At least give people a chance to get some exercise and walk with pull carts! Dan and Cole
  • I've played a lot of courses well north of $100 a round, and this one ranks right near the top. I wonder how they can maintain it for the price of green fees. It's in my top 3-4. There is no walking this course unless you're 20, and regularly hike the PCT, or a new Marine just out of boot camp. Yes, you are rewarded by straight shots and punished for errant shots. The most challenging course I've played. I only get over there a couple times a year, but each round keeps me thinking about it till I return.
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