Salmon Run Golf Course is a golf retreat unlike any other in the Pacific Northwest. Located in beautiful Brookings-Harbor and set in a maturely wooded area, this course is accented by panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Golf Digest ranked this course as one of the most beautiful and challenging courses in Oregon.
Salmon Run’s name originates from Jack Creek, which runs alongside the course and is a tributary of the Chetco River–one of the largest salmon spawning rivers in the country. During spawning season, hundreds of fish can routinely be seen making their way upstream.
Salmon Run Golf Course is located behind the coastal mountains in Oregon, and is only 3.5 miles from downtown Brookings. With four sets of tees that stretch from 4,129 yards to over 6,000 yards, Salmon Run offers a course for every skill level in a setting that you will never forget.
Open to the public, you may even see salmon and steelhead as they swim up Jack Creek to spawn. Accompanied by a restaurant, full-service bar, pro-shop, and excellent PGA teaching staff, we are ready to make your Salmon Run golfing experience a round to remember! Designed by Troy Claveran, the Salmon Run Golf Course opened in 1999. The City-owned municipal course is managed by CourseCo, Inc.
Course length, rating and slope is based on middle-tees where applicable. Information is kept up-to-date from season-to-season and is drawn from the course's own website. You can visit this Salmon Run Golf Course website directly by clicking here.