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Centennial Golf Club

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Located in Medford, at the heart of the Rogue Valley, the new Centennial Golf Club features a spectacular layout designed by two-time PGA Tour winner and 1977 U.S. Amateur Champion, John Fought. The newest golf experience in the Rogue Valley, Centennial boasts an impressive 7,309 yeard layout that plays to a par of 72. Located on the former site of a historic pear orchard more than 100 years old, Centennial Golf Club is professionally managed by OB Sports and is a joint development project of Pacific Retirement Services, Inc. and Medford-based Rogue Valley Manor.

The name and theme of the project is a celebration of the many classic elements of the site and the bountiful Rogue Valley region. Centennial Golf Club opened to rave reviews on May 20, 2006 and has been the talk of the town since. This new facility boasts 18 holes of spectacular golf. Stretching over 7300 yards from the back tees, this fun-filled layout will also be home to an inviting clubhouse(complete with golf shop and restaurant) and a functional practice facility. “The design at Centennial was inspired by the classic designs from the Golden Age of golf course architecture when such geniuses as Donald Ross, Alistair Mackenzie and AW Tillinghast were creating their master works” states golf course architect John Fought.

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