65600 Pronghorn Club Drive,
Bend, Oregon 97701
Office+1 (866) 372 1003 (toll free)
Pro shop+1 (541) 693 5365
Fax+1 (541) 388 1098
Golf proJerrel Grow (PGA, Director of Golf).
AcademyPronghorn Golf Academy
18 holes. Desert-style. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
High desert brushland dotted with juniper trees.
Above distances are for the private Fazio course. Also at Pronghorn is the publicly-accessible 18-hole Nicklaus course (par-72; 7379 yards from back tees; rating 75.2).
13 mi NE of Bend.
Pronghorn Club (Fazio course): A 20-minute drive from Bend in Oregon, and quietly tucked away in an expansive area of high desert, the Pronghorn Club plays host to two fabulous championship golf courses. The publicly accessible Nicklaus course, and the private Fazio course are both among the top-rated and finest championship layouts in Oregon.
The Fazio course at the Pronghorn Club is one of the top-rated and finest championship layouts in Oregon. This excellent desert-style course contains a wealth of wonderfully crafted, memorable and challenging holes. Top billing definitely goes to the par-3 8th, one of the most spectacular inland holes in the world. Beneath the rock-surrounded plateau green is a 45-foot canyon and fully exposed lava tube. Definitely a hole to remember, and a course that will challenge your all-round game.
Stay & Play at Pronghorn: luxury onsite rental residences available, see Where2Stay section below.
Pronghorn's Fazio course is a private course. Guests may only play if hosted by a member.
Walking permitted. Golf carts available. Forecaddies available.
The pronghorn is an antelope-like animal found in interior western and central North America. Though a separate species and not an antelope, the Pronghorn is often referred to in North America as a prong buck, pronghorn antelope or simply antelope. Pronghorns have a pair of distinctive, flat bladed horns, depicted in the logo of the Pronghorn Club.
2019/20 Golf Digest rating: 7th best course in Oregon.
65600 Pronghorn Club Drive, Bend, OR 97701
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Pronghorn offers luxury accommodations that look out onto unspoilt high desert landscapes and a stunning Jack Nicklaus golf course. The 2, 3 & 4 bedroom residences, available for short or longer term rental, are furnished with exceptional interiors, gourmet kitchen appliances, advanced home technology, home theatre systems, private patios with fire pits and bbqs, Spa-style baths, high speed internet and WiFi, original artwork and a full concierge service.
In the Clubhouse you will find locker areas with steam rooms and fitness, the Spa at Pronghorn, Cascada lounge and Chanterelle (fine dining). At the Trailhead recreation centre there is an Adventure Concierge service, as well as Camp Pronghorn (for kids), two pools, hot tubs, tennis court, playground and the Trailhead Grill. In addition to golf on the Jack Nicklaus Signature course (at discounted guest rates), there is also a PGA TOUR Academy, offering top-quality instruction. A free daily shuttle takes guests to and from Mt Bachelor during the ski season and a complimentary shuttle links Pronghorn to Redmond (RDM) and Bend's private airports.
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