Sunriver in September is an absolutely gorgeous time of year, as the weather turns crisp and cool and the leaves on the trees turn to fire. This is when we spend as much time as possible outdoors, enjoying its beauty with a variety different sports. From hiking and biking to fishing and golf, we just can’t get enough of the great outdoors, and if you happen to have a golf fan in your family, planning a September trip to Sunriver and attending or participating in the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic is the perfect way to celebrate the arrival of fall in Oregon and the best place to in Sunriver to golf!
September 22-26, Sunriver Resort
Held at the prestigious and award-winning Crosswater Course, the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic promises to be five days of fun and enjoyment interspersed with a few bad shots and maybe even some mild curses, but that’s ok. The rolling greens, idyllic water hazards, and mature trees blend together to create a scene so bucolic you won’t care how bad your game is! The competition is divided into a variety of categories, allowing golfers of all skill levels to feel challenged without being overwhelmed. The divisions are separated by sex, skill, and age, as well as competitive and non-competitive. The non-competitive division is lighthearted, fun, and tends to overlook the occasional subtle kick of the ball for an easier shot, but the competitive games do make you follow all the rules.
The actual tournament will take place over three days, and the net, stroke-play also will be played on three different courses—the aforementioned Crosswater Course, Meadows, and Woodlands. The first day will be spent as a Golf Demo Day, check-in for participants, and the first challenge of the event, the Caldera Challenge. Day two will be the actual beginning of the tournament and a welcome reception and dinner, and day three and four will be the continuation of the tournament. On the fourth day, September 25th, the awards dinner will be held and the fifth and final day is reserved for Tournament of Champions and announcement of the PacAm Champion! Every day promises to be packed full of exciting activities that will more than make the $575 entry fee well worth it!
Book a Stay to Visit the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic
You may already be stretching your vacation budget with the entry fee to the Pacific Amateur Golf Classic, but that’s ok; the savings you get from staying with us will balance it out in the end! Offering luxurious lodgings at a price that’s reasonable is just one of the services we offer at Sunriver Pines. Reserve your stay today and discover what else we can do for you!