Witch Hollow is the superior of the two fine courses that opened at Pumpkin Ridge, just outside Portland, in 1992. Bob Cupp's design follows the lay of the contoured land and employs the thick native evergreens and deciduous trees to define the edges. With a slope rating of 139/74.7, the course makes for a good test of better players. A number of competitions have been held on Witch Hollow, most notably the US Women's Open in 1997—when Nancy Alison won an upset victory over Nancy Lopez—and 2003 and the US Amateur in 1992 and 1996—when Tiger Woods beat back Steve Scott to earn his historic Amateur third title in a row. Among the superb amenities available are a driving range, putting and chipping greens and a lovely clubhouse. Witch Hollow is the private course; Pumpkin Ridge's Ghost Creek course is open to the public.