Golf Course Overview
The golf course at Wildhorse Resort and Casino has really blossomed since its inception in September of 1997. Located next to the foothills of the Blue Mountains, offering spectacular views, the course welcomes players to its nearly weekly tournaments during its year-round season. Hosting numerous events, counted at over 80 in 2002, the golf course at Wildhorse is quickly becoming the most popular course in the region.
Designed by John Steidel, the par 72, 18-hole course sports a blend of a Scottish links course and a traditional American course, also mirroring the panoramic landscape unique to the Umatilla Indian Reservation. The course measures 7,128 yards from the back tees, 5,718 yards from the front tees, and also offers four sets of tees to accommodate all levels of play. It has a USGA slope of 129 and USGA rating of 74.4 from the back tees, with the slope measuring 126 and a rating 72.9 from the front tees. The holes are surrounded by unobstructed vistas with gentle rolling hills and fairway mounds that reflect the Blue Mountains. Eight of the holes offer challenging water hazards ensuring golfers of all calibers will find the course demanding yet playable.
The Wildhorse Golf Course also offers guests an array of services such as private instruction, a driving range, practice greens, and rental clubs. The Clubhouse Grill serves guests breakfast and lunch with a call station on the 8th tee for phone in orders. The clubhouse also houses a pro shop where guests can shop for the latest equipment and golf apparel.