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Enjoy a superb round of golf in a beautiful environment. Ride in the comfort of a golf cart. Make use of the practice area and take a lesson from one of the pros. Beautiful, challenging, and named one of the Top 10 new courses of 2007 by GOLF Magazine, as well as an “affordable alternative” to other area offerings.
A beautiful and highly acclaimed 18 hole golf course, Bandon Crossings can be enjoyed either walking or with a power cart, and is maintained in excellent condition. Home to “18 Unique Experiences,” it boasts features akin to both links golf and park-like settings, as it takes it shape from the land itself. A great experience and a great value.
“Majestic coastal trees, classically sculpted bunkers and uneven terrain provide the main challenge” says GOLF Magazine, who called it an “Affordable Alternative” to Bandon Trails, and one of the Top 10 New Courses of 2007. Slightly inland, it is sheltered from direct coastal winds, with mild temperatures all summer, and firm, well drained play all winter.
Some land is made is made for golf. Bandon is one of those places and Bandon Crossings offers both incredible golf and great value. Here you can enjoy a highly conditioned course and relax in a cart. Come try it out!
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