Eagleton Bend Resort

Designer: Dale Burger

Course Description:

Set fictionally in Bend, Oregon, comes a refreshing and relaxing golfing experience. This 7,116 yard par72 course is built to accommodate golfers of all skill levels. This is my second design using the full surface palate, and takes a stark detour from the minimal planting and harsher terrain found on my last course Daggerfen Manor. Eagleton Bend Resort was built from the ground up, and features heavy planting of grasses/bushes in low-lying area, heavy use of the soft round and oval brushes to create a gentle flow, and a bigger focus on the contouring of all elements of the course. It is my first course to really try to immerse the golfer on a course which looks like they could play and enjoy in real life.

Staff Review:

Pros

Conclusion

A very well thought out realistic looking course that has some interesting and challenging holes while still remaining playable. You can see the designer understands how to make an enjoyable golf course.  Definitely recommended for play

Tournaments Hosted

Year Event Tour Winner
2015 The BMW South African Open European Andi Smith

Other Courses by Dale Burger

Course Name Theme Par
Fire Rock Ranch - Tour Countryside 71
Daggerfen Manor Links 72
Valleura Ranch Resort Alpine 71
Cairn Orchard Harvest 71
The Kiltlifter Highlands 71
Nusantara Tropical 72
Daggerfen Manor 2016 Highlands 72
Starla Park Country Club Rustic 71
The Monsoon Course at Heisenberg Flats Desert 71
Fire Rock Ranch 2016 (Tour) Countryside 71
Cairn Orchard 2017 Harvest 71
Red Devil Ridge Boreal 72
Starla Park 2017 Rustic 71
The Crescent Serpent Golf Club (tour ed) Highlands 71
Royal Coffer Country Club Harvest 71
Sun Devil Ridge Boreal 72
Israeli National at Negev Valley Steppe 71
Daggerfen Manor 2018 - Favorite 9 Highlands 35
Negev Valley Steppe 71

Member Reviews:

Eagleton Bend is an absolutely breathtaking course, one the most beautiful courses I have played. The only features that did not appeal to me were that the greens were pretty unguarded, yes there were bunkers and other hazards, but they never really factored in. The only hole that I did not enjoy was the 9th with a 50 foot increase from fairway to green pretty abruptly. However, the planting on the course outweighed any minor blemishes and this course is an absolute gem that everyone can play and enjoy because it is not too difficult.
Reviewed by: Kevin O'Neall on 12/16/2014