Pasture golf is a return to Scottish links style courses. Technique over technology, it makes golf both fun and affordable to play. Northwest Highland Tour

Tired of super manicured courses, ridiculously priced greens fees, spendy clubs and fancy clothes? You'll love the back to basics play of pasture golf!

Pasture Golfers' Golf Play Index
| A Golfer's Nightmare |
When Your Golf Swing Leaves You in the Lurch | Finding the Feel of the Greens
| The Swing Thought | More Golf Trivia | Golf's Short Game | Never Hurry - Never Worry
| Scottish Style Golf | Northwest Highland Tour | Playing Sand Greens | Golf's Ground Game

| How Sweet the Swing | Primer for the New Girl Golfer | Pasture Golf Criteria announced the start of the Annual Northwest Highland Tour (also called the Oregon Pasture Golf Tour) in March 2005! It includes play on the following four courses: Bear Valley Meadows in Seneca, Oregon; Christmas Valley Golf Course in Christmas Valley, Oregon; Kinzua Hills Golf Club in Fossil, Oregon; and Condon Golf Course in Condon, Oregon.

The tour season runs from March 1 to September 30. To participate in the tour, pasture golfers must play all of these courses within that timeframe. Not all of these courses may be open for play when you visit, due to prescheduled tournaments. Be sure to check ahead before making plans to play.

To qualify for the Annual Northwest Highland Tour Awards, participants must send all four of their completed course playcards (signed and witnessed) to, P.O. Box 436, Harrisburg, OR 97446.

Condon Golf Course - Part of the New Northwest Highland Tour

Condon Golf Course Second Fairway in Condon, Oregon

The deadline for receipt of playcards is October 15. Also include an e-mail address or another way for us to contact the Northwest Highland Tour winners!

Places and awards shall be announced on the website by October 31. Good luck, intrepid pasture golfers!

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