Oregonian’s readers put Aspen Lakes in elite company

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Voters select Aspen Lakes as one of the best in Oregon

Aspen Lakes has been getting an awful lot of positive attention of late.

First, Aspen Lakes was featured on The Morning Drive show on The Golf Channel as one of travel guru Matt Ginella’s top 10 hidden gem golf courses. Then earlier this year this “hidden gem” became a little less hidden when Golfweek named Aspen Lakes among the top golf courses in all of Oregon. More recently, The Oregonian named Aspen Lakes as one of the 15 golf courses in Oregon you should try to play.

All that is wonderful enough, to be sure. But The Oregonian put the same question to readers, asking them what their favorites are of the 15 named by The Oregonian.

With the poll now closed, the readers have spoken. And we are proud to say that Aspen Lakes has fared quite well.

How well? Of all the course’s listed, Aspen Lakes garnered the third-most support. It was named by 10.61 percent of respondents as a favorite golf course in Oregon. Only Pacific Dunes (13.08 percent) and Bandon Dunes (11.04 percent), both considered among the very best golf courses in the U.S., grabbed more votes.

At Aspen Lakes, we always love to see our golf course get positive attention from the media. But getting so much support from the golfers who we so cherish? Now that is truly worth celebrating!

Come play one of the favorite golf courses in Oregon while it is offering its shoulder-season rates. Golfers can walk 18 holes at Aspen Lakes for as little as $42 or play nine holes for $38. (Carts are an additional $17 per person for 18 holes; GolfBoards cost $25 per person.)

To book a tee time, call 541-549-GOLF or book online at www.aspenlakes.com.

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