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The Links At Silvies Valley Ranch Tops Golf Digest's Best New Courses Ranking For 2018

Following its inaugural golf season, the Hankins Course and the Craddock Course at Silvies Valley Ranch have been recognized by Golf Digest as two of the top four Best New Courses of 2018. This is the first time that any property had two new courses ranked in the top five in a single year. Silvies provides an unrivaled golf experience for players of every skill level, with four golf courses – the Hankins and Craddock Courses (the first 18-hole reversible courses built by Dan Hixson), McVeigh’s Gauntlet, a stunning 7-hole challenge ridge course voted the Best New Golf Experience by GOLF Magazine, and Chief Egan, a mountain meadow 9-hole par 3 course. Silvies is already known as a swank western destination with outdoor adventures such as horseback riding, bicycle trails and pistol shooting, gourmet food and the largest scotch collection in 14 counties.


May 14, 2021 at 9:00 am PST
May 14, 2021 at 10:00 am PST

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The Oregon Turfgrass Foundation is composed of turfgrass industry professionals and allied experts who seek to enhance turfgrass users’ experiences and turfgrass conditions. The OTF raises funds to improve the understanding of turfgrass needs, conditions and benefits. Funds raised will provide support for student scholarships and higher education projects including the identification of input efficiencies. The OTF is dedicated to enhancing turfgrass use and its enjoyment.

The OTF financially supports the Oregon State University Turfgrass Program and helps ensure its success through the establishment of an endowment. Research projects recommended and funded by the OTF serve to benefit Oregon’s state wide turfgrass industry. The OTF actively engages in outreach to the turfgrass industry seeking to both receive and share information.

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