Cross Creek Golf Course is a rural, links course outside of Dallas, OR. This course provides a favorable opportunity to swing without fear, stay in play, and enjoy a respectable golf course. Sitting amid forested country hills and green farmlands, and home to casts of hawks, Cross Creek has pleasant natural elements despite it’s locale off of Highway 22. For a full-sized track, this is a friendly place to score low or for newcomers to enjoy an unintimidating golf experience. The grounds at Cross Creek are fairly simple with a lot of open space, but the features that do exist are maintained with care, especially for such an affordable golf venue.
Cross Creek Golf Course has large target zones and provides a good range of yardage to suit all golfers. The back tees adds a lot of distance, and counters a lack of trouble areas for longer or experienced golfers. There are minimal trees on the course; just several areas of native trees as well as sparsely plotted immature trees throughout. There’s not an excess of water either, but true to it’s name, the course traverses over a creek that runs through the grounds and across numerous holes. Linked to the creek are a couple of man made lakes that can definitely come into play, notably on the Par 4 10th. No fairway bunkers adds to the courses openness, but most of the greens are guarded by sand and knolls. The greens at Cross Creek have large surface areas, and are kept in good shape. They provide ordinary speed and break.
Cross Creek Golf Course is simple regarding amenities and facilities, but they have a very nice outdoor driving range. The hitting stations are grass-surfaced and elevated a bit from the range. There is a small practice green to warm up, but it’s modest for mere practice purposes. The pro shop is small and simple with basic merchandise and some snacks and drinks. Be alert as you drive up Highway 22, as the course is not well marked.