Impress your friends and other golfers with your knowledge of Oregon Courses.
Every month or so, this page will post a photo of a different par-3 hole for an Oregon golf course. If you are the first to send an e-mail to email@example.com that names the golf course and the hole number (and contains your name and mailing address), you will win 3 Titleist Tour Soft golf balls proudly marked with the GOLFOREGON logo. As long as you live in the contiguous United States, no additional fees or charges are required (if you live anywhere else, you will have to pay charges for first class postage). You will also be named on this page as a winner.
The rules are simple:
Review the picture below of a par 3 hole on an Oregon Course.
If you recognize the par 3, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address and the name of the Oregon Course and the number of the golf hole.
If I receive your e-mail first with the correct identify of the hole, you win.
Prior winners are not eligible.
No purchase or payment necessary, unless you live outside of the contiguous United States (in which case, you have to pay first class postage).
Any disputes, issues, or arguments will be resolved by me in my sole and absolute discretion. Issues, disagreements, and concern can be sent to me using the information on the “Contact” page.
Your e-mail address or the mailing address will not be shared with anyone else.
For this installment, we go back to the Portland metro area:
Hint: This par 3 may not look like much, but it may be one of the harder par 3s in the Portland metro area because of its length (193 from the tips), because the trees pinch from either side as you approach, and because of the small green. The course has been owned and operated by the same family for 50 years.
Which Par 3 Is It?
4th hole on the Heron Lakes Great Blue course in Portland.
17th hole at Eastmoreland.
15th hole at Salishan.
17th hole at Emerald Valley.
4th hole at the Meadows course at Sunriver