About Juniper Golf Course
Juniper Golf Course is taking the Oregon golf community by storm and assuming its place as one of the premier courses in Oregon, the Northwest and the country. One of the most beautiful spots carved from the Central Oregon desert nestled on a beautiful piece of land in Redmond, The Hub of Central Oregon, with panoramic views of Mt. Bachelor, Broken Top, the Three Sisters, Mt. Washington, Three-fingered Jack, Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Hood, Juniper challenges you from your first tee shot to your last putt.
A true championship course designed by esteemed golf course architect John Harbottle, Juniper Golf Course was host of the 2007 and 2010 Oregon Open and a repeat US Amateur qualifier site for six consecutive years, 2006-2011. However, the variety of tees available makes it playable for golfers of all skill levels. Do yourself a favor and plan a trip to Central Oregon and book a tee time at a course that you will be raving about when you finish and dying to get back on again soon.
Juniper Golf Course in the town of Redmond has quickly made a name for itself as one of the best courses in the state. Home to numerous local and regional championship events, the course has also hosted the Oregon Open multiple times.
The John Harbottle III-designed layout is carved from a landscape of native juniper trees and lava rock outcroppings, resulting in a 7,200-yard course that, when the wind blows, is one of the toughest tests in the region. Juniper Golf Course’s immaculate greens have a reputation for being among the best in the area, and with Central Oregon’s unique weather, the course is often open 12 months a year.
Architect: John Harbottle
Juniper Golf Course is a publicly-owned golf course located in the Central Oregon community of Redmond, Oregon.