Caldera Links is a private, 9-hole, par 3 course next to Crosswater that you can play if you are a guest at Sunriver Resort (or play with a member). Caldera Links is a good course (for its distance and design) to learn about golf or to challenge your short game (longest hole is 145 yards). There is water, traps, and multi-tiered greens. Fairways are well maintained and the greens consistent. Walk this course.
Completed in 2007 as part of the Sunriver Resort.
Why It Is There
Built as part of an amenity for the Caldera Springs development.
I Wish I Would Have Known Before I Played
Off of the 6th green starts an “Owner’s Only” 3-hole addition (with a par 5, par 3, and par 4). You may only take this loop with membership (or special permission).
Did You Know
The pins are short to make the holes appear longer (although they are easier for children to handle). The pile of logs seen from the second hole are the remains of the cabin owned by the Harper family who lived on the property before the 1900s.
Good For Them
The course works with Crosswater to create a more expansive wildlife corridor.
If you have someone who is learning the game, or if you want to get your nerve back after getting thrashed on Crosswater, this is a nice place to go.
- Type: 9-hole, 3-par private course (can get on as a guest of Sunriver Resort)
- Price: $$$$
- Phone/webpage: (541)593-4402/www.sunriver-resort.com
- Address: 17750 Caldera Springs Drive, Sunriver, Oregon 97707
- Owner: Sunrise Resort Limited Partnership
- Designer: Robert E. Cupp
- Pros: Mark Meyer (PGA) (the Crosswater pro who comes over to help)
- Practice Facilities: Practice green
- Pro Shop: None
- Food: There is a very nice restaurant and bar in the same building where you check in for the course
- Bathrooms: Improved where you check in, none on the course
- Yardage Markers: Just on the tee
- Clothing: T-shirts OK
- Walkable: Yes
- Spikes: Any
- Shoe Cleaning: None
- Rentals: Pull carts, clubs, and golfboards
- Closed in winter
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