Black Butte Ranch - Glaze Meadow
Black Butte Ranch's Glaze Meadow, one of two golf courses inside the Resort, was originally designed by Gene "Bunny" Mason in 1982 with narrow Ponderosa Pine lined fairways. In 2012, a $3.75 million renovation was carried out by architect John Fought. The course now features all new greens and tee complexes and will play longer by more than 400 yards.
Glaze Meadow plays 7,007 yards from the back tees, and the modernization of the design includes five sets of tees on every hole, allowing golfers of all skill levels to enjoy the game. The course features meticulously groomed bluegrass-rye fairways, with gentle hills and hollows surrounding the bent grass greens. The rolling landscape, accented by quaking Aspens, Ponderosa pines and spectacular views of the Cascade peaks, including North Sister and Mt. Washington, provides a sophisticated journey that is as engaging as it is memorable.