Eastmoreland Golf Course

Eastmoreland Golf Course is a golf course in southeast Portland, Oregon.[1][2] Designed by golf architect Chandler Egan, the course is the second oldest in Oregon, established in 1917, and was ranked among the top 25 public golf courses in the United States by Golf Digest in the early 1990s.[3] It hosted the U.S. Amateur Public Links in 1933 and 1990.[4]

Eastmoreland Golf Course
Eastmoreland Golf Clubhouse - Portland Oregon.jpg
The Eastmoreland Golf Clubhouse in 2017
Club information
Eastmoreland Golf Course is located in Portland, Oregon
Eastmoreland Golf Course
Location in Portland, Oregon
Coordinates45°28′08″N 122°38′13″W / 45.469°N 122.637°W / 45.469; -122.637Coordinates: 45°28′08″N 122°38′13″W / 45.469°N 122.637°W / 45.469; -122.637
LocationPortland, Oregon, U.S.
Designed byChandler Egan
Signage for the restaurant, 2015


  1. ^ https://pamplinmedia.com/sb/75-features/364923-245300-eastmorelands-public-golf-course-celebrates-its-centennial
  2. ^ "On Course: Portland's Eastmoreland Golf Course rivals Augusta National for springtime beauty". OregonLive.com. Retrieved 2019-01-15.
  3. ^ Gottberg, John; Lopeman, Elizabeth (2010-06-01). Best Places: Portland, 8th Edition. Sasquatch Books. ISBN 9781570616990.
  4. ^ "U.S. Amateur Public Links Champions".

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