Hawk Creek Golf Course
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Hawk Creek Golf Course is located just 10 miles north of Lincoln City on the east side of HWY 101. The course’s unique layout provides some of the most interesting holes you will ever see on a golf course. The most unique (and difficult) being the 300-yard, par 4, 5th hole. For most people, this hole ends up playing a lot longer than the scorecard indicates. The tee box requires a drive to perhaps the steepest side hill fairway in Oregon. The fairway falls sharply to the right and so does the golf ball. Although the 5th hole may be very challenging for most golfers, you better bring out your most accurate iron for the Par 3, 2nd Hole. A short little 145-yard Par 3 may seem like no big deal as you read the scorecard. But once you step on tee, you realize that the green is nowhere to be seen. The only blind Par-3 there is this side of Oregon. Hawk Creek, formed from pure mountain springs, tumbles down from five miles up in the Coast Range and traverses the length of the course. Red-tailed hawks are a common sight as they float in the sky above the course. Miles of level, sandy beach await the beachcomber or hiker; and forested trails and excellent fishing are nearby.