Eastmoreland Golf Course
Eastmoreland is Oregon's second oldest golf course. It was originally
founded as a golf course for the exclusive use of members of the
Multnomah Athletic Club. One of the members of the Multnomah Club was
inspired by a municipal course he saw in Spokane, and organized a
committee from each of the three local existing golf courses (Waverly,
Portland, and Tualatin). Portland's Mayor Albee approved the purchase
of a 150-acre plot of pasture land that had been leased to the
Willsburg Dairy. Chandler Egan, a former national amateur golf champion
and leading golf course architect, was commissioned to design the
course, and in 1917, Portland had its first public golf course.
Please contact the course pro shop or visit the course website for current greens fees.
All of Portland Public Golf's courses offer private and group lessons
for men and women of all ages. Our dedicated staff of Teaching
Professionals provide helpful instructions to improve your game,
regardless of your experience level.
We offer group, junior, and individual lessons. Please contact our Head Professional, Ray Comella, at 503.775.2900 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.