Oregon's 'first golf resort,' The Courses at The Resort at the Mountain rolls through the Salmon River Valley near Mount Hood

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The Courses at Resort at the Mountain - Pinecone/Thistle

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The Resort at The Mountain's 27-hole course is nestled in the Salmon River Valley of the Mt. Hood National Forest. Pinecone/Thistle gives the golfers the opportunity of playing the region's oldest course - the Pine Cone nine and the facility's signature nine - the Foxglove.

18 Holes | Resort golf course | Par: 70 | 6324 yards | Book online | ... details »
 

The Courses at Resort at the Mountain - Foxglove/Pinecone

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The Resort at The Mountain's 27-hole golf course is nestled in the Salmon River Valley of the Mt. Hood National Forest. Pine Cone Nine is region's oldest golf course and the Foxglove is the signature nine.

18 Holes | Resort golf course | Par: 72 | 6586 yards | Book online | ... details »
 

The Courses at Resort at the Mountain - Thistle/Foxglove

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The Thistle, which opened in the mid-1960s, at just 2,956 yards long is regarded as the most forgiving nine, but don't be fooled - it has water hazards on seven of its nine holes. Foxglove, which debuted in 1981, is the resort's toughest nine.

18 Holes | Resort golf course | Par: 70 | 6174 yards | Book online | ... details »