The beauty of Crosswater made clear
The beauty of Crosswater can be hard to convey to the uninitiated. After all, there are only so many words that can describe the way the Robert E. Cupp Jr. design melds with the meadows and wetlands as the Deschutes and Little Deschutes rivers meander by.
The view of two juvenile bald eagles standing guard high over the par-3 13th hole — nicknamed “Osprey” for the nest perched on a nearby old growth ponderosa pine — is a testament to how the course has become a habitat for the indigenous wildlife.
Considered by Golf Digest to be among “America’s 100 Greatest,” there are reasons why Crosswater is thought to be the crown jewel of Sunriver Resort.