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Located just 10 miles north of Gold Beach along the spectacular southern Oregon coast Highway 101, Cedar Bend Golf Club is nestled between the mountains on the floor of beautiful Squaw Valley. Cedar Bend is one of the most beautiful, fun to play golf courses anywhere. And we guarantee, there is no friendlier group of folks around to make sure you enjoy your visit. With multiple sets of tees on each hole, this nine hole layout ranges in yardage from 5,231 yards to 6,288 for 18 holes, while the two flag locations on each hole change the course significantly from the front nine to the back nine.

Surrounded by towering Cedar and Douglas Fir trees, the course is bordered and crossed by Cedar Creek and spring fed tributaries on six of the nine holes on each side. Cedar Bend Golf Club provides a beautiful setting to be enjoyed by golfers of all levels of ability and our membership and staff are eager to make your visit an extraordinary experience. Our course is frequently visited by Black Tailed Deer, Roosevelt Elk, Red Tailed Hawks, Band Tailed Pigeons and other species of wildlife.

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