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Skamania Lodge Golf Course, Stevenson

Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
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  • This is both a scenic and difficult golf course - the best I have seen here. The views are incredible. The course was in great shape and played tough - as a mountain course should. While the course le...  read more »
  • Just wanted to send a big THANK YOU to the Pro-Shop at Skamania Lodge. We organized an event from the Portland Golf Meetup with 12 players and those guys went above my expectation. Upfront communicati...  read more »
  • We really liked the course...super pretty tons of trees that eat golf balls. Super narrow ...hitting straight is best! Beautiful views, nice staff, great breakfast burrito at the turn. 
  • What a fantastic place to play golf. The course was in fantastic condition. This course is not for beginners. It requires well thought out shot placement. The fairways are lined with trees and shrubs. There are a few holes that let you grip it and rip it, but well placed tee shots are the norm. I highly recommend Skamania!
  • This is a great course! Don't let the par 70 fool you and bring lots of balls because damn are the fairways tight! Good price though and kept up well. If you can keep it in the fairway you'll do fine. There isn't much rough before you encounter very think bushes in the tree line that like to hide your ball.
  • Beautiful views excellent service and delicious food
  • 4 stars for beauty but 3 for difficulty! Hardest narrowest most mountainass golf ball losing course in the world!
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