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Selma, OR

Lake Selmac

Permanent course
3.235(based on 13 reviews)
4942 ft. - 5048 ft. Metric
Moderately Hilly
Heavily Wooded
18 Holes
18 Baskets

Lake Selmac

Course conditions:

  • Unplayable
  • Bad
  • Decent
  • Good
  • Perfect

This 18 hole course is only 5000 feet long, but very technical through the trees with elevation changes. 14 holes are less than 300 feet, with 2 over 300, 1 over 400' and 1 over 500'. The front 9 has 1 homemade basket with double chains and the rest of the course has Mach 5 baskets with alternate pin locations. All except hole 9 have concrete tee pads and tee signs. Watch out for poison oak!

The park has restrooms, fishing, boating, camping (RV and tent sites, 2 yurts), Horseback riding corrals and trails and ample hiking and biking trails.
$5 a car to use the park (cash only).

Year established: 2005
Multiple Tees / Pins: No / Yes
Par Info: --
DGCR SSE: [ ? ] 50.7
Rounds Recorded / Average Score: 16 / 60 9 / 60
Tee Type: Concrete
Hole Type: Mixed
Discs lost: 0
Misc. info.:
Camping nearby Pay to play


Local Directions:

From Grants Pass, travel southwest on Redwood Highway(#199) towards Cresent City, Ca for 20 miles. .5 miles past Selma, turn left (east) on Lakeshore Drive. Go 2.8 miles on Lakeshore Drive and turn right on McMullin Creek Rd. Go 400 feet on McMullin Creek Rd to the entrance into Lake Selmac Park. You will see the baskets of the first 4 holes near the road as you drive to the parking lot (about a 1/4 mile into the park).

Latitude / Longitude:
42.257079, -123.56991 degree
Hole #1 Tee
Hole #1 (Taken 11/2007) timg