Gearhart Golf Links is the oldest golf course west of the Mississippi, and has recently been restored to it's Links identity. Over 400 trees were removed, fairway and greens lines were altered and firmed up, and now plays fast and firm.
A lot of history with the course, it started as a three hole course in 1888 for the guests of the Hotel Gearhart next door. Then a total of nine holes were designed by Marshall Kinney in 1915, followed by another nine by Chandler Egan in 1935. After the tree removal, some extra yards were found and now the course plays 6,429 from "The Stones" and has one of the best finishing holes in the State with #18 stretching back to 626 yards. A must play step back in time.