Set on the beautiful desert highlands of sunny Central Oregon, amidst sparkling blue ponds,
rock-rimmed buttes and green meadows, Meadow Lakes features a championship course, a beautiful clubhouse, and a friendly
staff eager to make your round of golf an extraordinary experience. Meadow Lakes has been featured in the USA Golf
Journal and is one of the first-ever recipients of Golf Digest's National Environmental Leaders Award.
Meadow Lakes has been featured in many national publications, and received the inaugural
Golf Digest Environmental Leaders Golf Award. Many other golf courses have been modeled after the project completed
by the City of Prineville. Meadow Lakes is an active municipal golf course that has hosted two Oregon Amateur State
Championships, including the 1998 Oregon Mid-Amateur Championship. Word has certainly gotten out that this wastewater
treatment facility is also a great golf course. Golfers come from all over the Pacific Northwest to play the golf
course that they have read and heard so much about. The challenging and enjoyable layout, designed by Bill
Robinson, keeps the golfers coming back.
Twilight Rate after 1pm
$20 to walk, $35 with cart
7 Days a Week!
From Hwy 97 take 126 East to Prineville. After coming down the Prineville grade, turn right onto Meadow Lakes
Drive and follow the directional signs to the course.
Current course conditions:
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