Course Report for Friday December 12th 2014,

The course is beautiful. 

Course is open! Come out and play Golf!

Carts are on paths only.

 

***Annual Christmas Sale on tonight!*** 

5 PM for Members and 6 PM for non members,

Spin the "Wheel of Savings" for huge discounts on anything in stock.

And a little Christmas cheer, eggnog & other goodies. Don't miss it!

 

 Watch our website and facebook page for updates on current course conditions.

 

This week we would like to thank, The Keizer Iris Festival for their annual sponsorship of a great golf tournament and community event. Christine Dieker and staff at the Chamber do a Fantastic job. Keep up the good work. Thanks again!

 

 

 

David & Tara have done an awesome job this year sponsoring tournaments and providing food & beverage to all our tournaments in 2014 and we want to thank them. THANK YOU!

 

 

Thank you to our 2014 Tournament Sponsors for a great year. See you next Year.

 

 

Keizer Elks Tournament

Thanks for another Great Year.

 Activities Club Committee and the staff would like to thank our 2014 Corporate Sponsors for supporting our Tournaments.

                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Us:

  • McNary Golf Club lies in Salem's northern neighborhood of Keizer, on the site that once was the homestead of Charles McNary (1874-1944), prominent Oregon Citizen, Senator, Lawyer, Law School Dean, Supreme Court Justice and the 1940 Vice-Presidential running mate of Wendell Wilkie.  Since he was an ardent golfer, it is appropriate that the course was named in his honor at its opening in 1962. The 6,239 yard par 71 championship course features lush fairways, spacious greens and hazards that provide a challenge for a golfers.  Claggett Creek comes into play on holes 1, 9, 10 and 18.  The challenge and beauty of the course has also been augmented with several small lakes with fountains.

                    

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