Welcome to Illahe Hills Country Club, providing a challenging golf experience in a grand setting.  A backdrop of trees line the traditional layout, designed by renowned golf course architect William Bell and opened for play in 1961.  Illahe Hills has played host to many of Oregon’s major golf events, as well as USGA Championships.

The golf shop is fully stocked with all the latest trends in golf equipment and apparel.  The member pricing structure allows Illahe members to save up to 30% over normal retail prices.

Our full service staff provides the highest level of customer service. Our staff of PGA Golf Professionals are ready to provide a golf instruction program tailor-made to your needs.  Whether you are a beginner, junior, or advanced played needing only a tune up, we invite you to come experience golf at Illahe Hills.  We offer programs for men, women, juniors, and seniors alike. Nowhere else can you get so much for so little.
The absence of a housing development along the course adds to the beauty and serenity that is Illahe Hills.  The countryside itself determined the course design, which is stimulating for golfers of all abilities. The challenge of golfing at Illahe may be in concentrating on your next shot without being distracted by the spectacular surroundings.  Illahe Hill's fairways are often referred to as "carpet" and it's putting surfaces are widely regarded as some of the purest in the Northwest.  Much of this can be attributed to course superintendent, Steven Beyer.  Beyer is a titan in the industry and his work is showcased at Illahe Hills. 



Shoes, shirts with collars (gentlemen), mock turtle necks (gentlemen), blouses/shirts with shoulder straps of at least 2” in width (women), and skirts/shorts have no specific length requirement per LPGA dress code. 

Not Acceptable: 

Blue jeans (pants, shirts, or skirts), tank tops with straps of less than 2”, halter tops, spaghetti straps, spandex pants/shorts, sweat pants, collarless t-shirts, cut-offs, football or sports jerseys, bathing suits, running shorts, etc.  No ripped, torn, or excessively soiled clothing will be allowed.


Any exceptions to the above policy may be made by staff if deemed to be appropriate golf attire.