Cross Creek hosts various tournaments throughout the year. Our largest tournament is the Annual Brockway Memorial Tournament. See below for information about the next upcoming tournament on our course.
For more information call 503-623-6666.
20th Annual Brockway Memorial Tournament
Saturday, February 4th, 2023
The cost for the tournament will be $65 and includes green fees, hole prizes, gross/net prizes, and snacks.
A player does NOT need a handicap in order to compete in this tournament, and the field is open to both men and women and mixed teams.
The tournament is dedicated to the memory of Marius “Brock” Brockway who passed away in 2013. A small portion of the entry fee will be dedicated to the OGA Jr. Tournaments held each year at Cross Creek. Brock started these tournaments and he dedicated himself to getting young people involved in the activity he loved.
The majority of the funds raised will go to an organization or foundation that is researching cures and cares for cancer patients.
- 2-person scramble over 18 holes
- Shotgun start at 9:00 a.m.
- Entry fee: $65
- Sign up deadline: Friday, Janaury 27th.
- Applications limited to the first 120 paid players
For further information and/or an application please visit or call the pro-shop at 503-623-6666.
Information is also available on the Cross Creek Facebook page.
24th Annual Turkey Shoot Tournament
Sunday, November 13th, 2022
- 2-person scramble
- Shotgun start at 9:30 AM
- All players will compete for net, gross and hole prizes
- *Entry fee: $60 plus a can of food per person
- Deadline to sign up is Friday, November 4th
The entry fee includes greens fee, snacks and prizes. You may sign up as a team or as a single to be paired with another player. All food will be donated to Dallas Food Bank and funds raised will be donated to St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital.
For further information and/or an application visit or call the pro-shop at 503.623.6666.
Please remember this tournament normally fills up, so please sign up soon! *This year the entry fee has been reduced again since we were not able to secure a commitment for the quantity of turkeys needed.