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For more than 10 years, NW Golf Adventures has been providing custom golf packages, vacations, and discount travel specials to more than 25 of the region's best golf destinations. Our website is dedicated to providing detailed information regarding each of the courses we work with, package deals and last-minute discounts. Whether you're looking for a weekend getaway or a full-blown golf adventure, you can rely on the travel experts at NW Golf Adventures. Contact us today!

  • Booking vacations for over 10 years
  • Only the BEST golf courses and resorts
  • Oregon, Washington, Idaho & British Columbia
  • Packages for single travelers
  • Large or small groups
  • Corporate Tournament Services available
Call 503-939-8815 to get your custom-fit vacation package today!
Current Packages
Looking for a great golf package? Below are just a few of the current special deals we have available right now. Call 503-939-8815 for a custom-fit package today!

The legend of Bandon Dunes continues to grow. Don't let another year slip away without playing this amazing resort.
Play in the footsteps of some of the best amateur and professional golfers in the world with the 'Championship Experience' of Chambers Bay, The Home Course and Gold Mountain.
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By Kris Fay on 6/9/2014
Chambers Bay 2015 US OpenIn the words of Tin Cup, the most democratic golf championship in the world is upon us! What that really means, for those of us here in the Pacific Northwest, is that we're just a year away from having the world's best in our own backyard!
Golf News

Try as it might to fix Team USA's Ryder Cup woes, the PGA of America got it all wrong by empaneling an 11-member task force. The simple solution: Scrap the marketing hype, and go back to treating the event as what it is, writes Michael Bamberger.

Tiger has announced his first course design—the private El Cardonal course at Diamante in Mexico—will open December 16. But you don't have to wait to see what it looks like. Check out the exclusive photos of Tiger's debut as a designer.

Ian Woosnam was conspicuously absent from this year's Hall of Fame inductees despite a stronger resume than new HOF-er Mark O'Meara, writes Gary Van Sickle. Plus, what to expect from Tiger Woods' comeback in the Van Cynical Mailbag.

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