+0 votes Nichola Landry › April 19, 2011
Soo many trees from hole 1 to 16!! But the course is fun to challenge. Since it was my second time playing at Lake Selmac, the walkout to 5 and 6 and 10 was little confusion to me but thanks to little signs pointing the way.
+0 votes Nate Hoxmeier › December 27, 2011
+0 votes Steven Egler › April 22, 2013
great place will be back
+0 votes kyle b › July 6, 2011
+0 votes Paul Fraser › July 13, 2013
+0 votes Reed Sorensen › February 24, 2013
+0 votes Tim "Skip" Becker › August 10, 2014
I absolutely love this course! Very different shots, it's extremely wooded but for the most part there's lines that you can hit. Different baskets but definatly a different course compared to most.
+0 votes Travis "Chatta" Pugh › August 11, 2014
Trees Trees Trees!!!!! Very wooded course but the lines are there, however I found most baskets to be overly protected on all sides. Good tee signs/pads. Good mix of distances and elevation change. Plays by the lake a lot of the time and overall a real fun course
+0 votes Jeff Levell › September 29, 2014
Nice course! Smaller teepads.
+0 votes Stacey "Stace' the Ace" › October 20, 2016
Very fun and challenging course with good tee pad, baskets and signage. Only con is when I was there the fairways were covered in poison oak. It was early enough in the season that it wasn't in full bloom but some of my friends did get a little.
+0 votes Corey F › April 23, 2015
It's a challenging, yet a very fun course. The trees are difficult to navigate. It's a beautiful place. I highly recommend anyone to make the drive and play there. It's well worth the drive from Medford.
+0 votes Ian Hudson › October 15, 2015
I liked the old 5 and 6 holes but the new hole 3 and 4 are sick! One of my favourite courses in oregon and the weather is perfect with a clean course! New longer pin locations are a great challenge. Love the new changes. Good job guys