Lush 13th green and poind at Langdon Farms Golf Club in Aurora with a view of Mt. Hood over the tree line.

Langdon Farms Golf Club Stands Out in Mt Hood Territory

Molly Johnson | 08/17/2017 | Canby, Golf/Disc Golf

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Langdon Farms Golf Club is an 18-hole course between Wilsonville and Canby and is one of the highest rated courses in the region. Located in the beautiful countryside of the Willamette Valley, the theme of this championship-quality course plays off the farms throughout the area of creating a unique and fun experience. Open to the public, Langdon Farms has been a favorite for locals and visitors alike since it opened in 1995.

Having invested in year-round dry conditions long before most courses they have set the standard for year-round play in a distinctly four season climate. If you need to brush up your game a little bit, take a lesson from one of ‘Oregon’s best golf instructors’ Bruce Furman, among other PGA Professional golf instructors at Langdon Farms. They offer a premium course quality at a rate that leaves money left over for a few drinks in the clubhouse.

langdon farms golf bar and grillLangdon’s Grill features fresh and regional fare at affordable prices and is a full service grill, restaurant and bar. With happy hour specials 7-days a week, and Jazz at the Grill music Fridays, you are sure to find something unique for your taste buds to enjoy (and your eardrums too).

The farm is also a highly sought after spot for event venues, including holiday parties, social gatherings, business meetings and a wedding venue. Just this year they were voted the 2017 pick for “The Knot, Best of Weddings” as well as “Wedding Wire’s Couple’s Choice Awards”.

As you can now imagine, Langdon Farms has defined themselves as a top destination when visiting Mt. Hood Territory but there are many other wonderful golf courses in The Territory to check out as well and endless lodging options available to allow you to try them all.

Molly Johnson grew up in Mt. Hood Territory and loves getting to write content inspiring others to visit her beloved home. She is currently generating content for mthoodterritory.com and for the #omht Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest channels. 

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