Golf on the
Southern Oregon Coast


Links Style Golf

The links golf tradition is alive and well in Bandon. Firm turf, ocean breezes and rolling dunes invite golfers to challenge their expectations.

On the Southern Oregon Coast, fairways and bunkers are shaped by nature, surrounded by acres of shoreline vegetation.

And, they’re designed by course architects who value restraint. No imported sand. No condos in the background. Just the terrain and the game.

It’s a synergy of nature and nurture, and golfers are eager for more.


Award-winning Public Courses

Locals and visiting golfers can choose from multiple award-winning courses at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and Bandon Crossings Golf Course. Both businesses are open year-round. Advance booking recommended.


Young golfers tee off early in Bandon. Students in youth golf programs play award winning greens with pro instructors at Bandon Crossings Golf Course and Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

Programs are designed for novice and experienced players. Watch the event calendar, or contact Bandon Dunes or Bandon Crossings for event dates and details.

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