Golfing & Dining
Oakmont Golf Courses
There are two golf courses in Oakmont, and many homes overlook the fairways and greens with unobstructed views of the surrounding mountains. Courses are dotted with heritage oak trees and water features that attract local wildlife, such as egrets, Canadian geese and Mallard ducks. The courses are owned privately, but are open to the public. Both have been developed by renowned designer Ted Robinson. Choose between the challenging executive "East" course, or the tournament quality "West" course. Both are designed for enjoyment, enhanced by surrounding scenic beauty. Memberships and greens fees are reasonably priced.
The Quail Inn is a restaurant and event center, and is part of the Oakmont Golf Club. The banquet rooms are available for catered events, including weddings, corporate gatherings, and private functions. Click here to view the Quail Inn's website. The Bar and Grille is open daily, serving golfers and residents. All public rooms feature spectacular views, from large picture windows, of the golf course, Hood Mountain, and the Mayacamas Mountains.
The Oakmont Village Association (OVA) is a separate entity from the Oakmont Golf Club (OGC). OVA dues do not cover fees associated with the OGC, although Oakmont residents do receive reduced green fees.
For more information visit Oakmont Golf Club and the Quail Inn.
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