Astoria Golf and Country Club is considered one of the great golf courses in the state of Oregon and one of the best classic golf courses in the country. Designed by George Junor and Charles Haldeman and completed in 1924, Astoria offers a unique layout built between rolling sand dunes and using the natural lay of the land.
In 1937 Astoria first held the prestigious Oregon Coast Invitational Tournament, one of the northwest's top amateur golf events. Astoria became the tourament's permanent home in 1950. Every year players from around the northwest and other parts of the country converge on the Oregon Coast for this unique 7-day match play tournament.
In 1997 Astoria Golf and Country Club was ranked #89 in the Top 100 Classic Courses in the United States by GolfWeek Magazine. Olympia Fields, host of the 2003 US Open was ranked #86 that year, just 3 spots ahead of Astoria.
Astoria is a golf course that can be enjoyed by all levels and types of golfers. Its unique layout, wind and weather conditions, and small, quick greens, make Astoria fun yet challenging for all players. We hope you enjoy your next round at Astoria Golf and Country Club - "The St. Andrews of the Pacific".
All play shall be governed by the United States Golf Association Rules, except as modified by local rules.