Located twenty miles northwest of downtown Portland, Oregon, Ghost Creek at? Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club is one of two Bob Cupp-designed championship eighteens at what is widely considered the city s premier golf facility. Whereas the club s other course, Witch Hollow, is private, Ghost Creek is public and anyone can make a tee time. Both courses opened in 1992 and instantly won prestigious national accolades. Golf Digest rated Ghost Creek at? Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club the nation s #1 New Public Course of 1992. Over the years the course has appeared numerous times on Golf Advisor s honor roll of Top Courses in Oregon, and Golf Advisor has also listed it as one of the Top 25 Courses For Layout in the U.S. Ghost Creek at? Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club is a beautifully maintained parkland course that rambles amidst rolling hills in a? tranquil setting with stunning vistas of the Coast and Cascade Mountain ranges. The par-71 test plays between 5,111 yards and 6,834 yards from four sets of markers. Mature trees envelop the fairways on Cupp s varied layout. The namesake creek pops up on numerous holes, defending par and adding to the visual appeal. Although Ghost Creek at? Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club features plenty of elevation changes, the terrain is never steep. Since the tee boxes provide good looks of the generous landing areas, the real challenge is on approach shots. At Ghost Creek at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club, the bunkers come in all shapes and sizes. So do the tiered, undulating greens. Putting can?be adventurous if you are on the wrong section of the putting surfaces. Ghost Creek at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club boasts a fabulous finishing stretch that includes a short par 3, a drivable par four, and an intimidating par-4 home hole. The club prides itself on providing pristine playing conditions. Most players walk rather than take a cart, but be advised that the playing field gets soggy during Portland's wet months. Because the club zealously guards its member s course and amenities, both Witch Hollow and Ghost Creek at? Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club have separate clubhouses and practice facilities. Whether you want to warm up or relax, you won't be disappointed. The public clubhouse features a huge pro shop and a nice restaurant with seating indoors and out on the patio. For the best in public golf in Portland, don t miss Ghost Creek at? Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club.