Bandon Dunes is true to the spirit of Scotland’s ancient links. Here, players immerse themselves in the traditions of a timeless game and the grandeur of Oregon’s rugged coast. Sweeping, untamed shores stretch for miles. Primeval grassy dunes roll to the sea. Four distinctly different courses have been conceived in harmony with the natural environment. They combine with all the essential elements to reveal a new golf experience every time you play.
- Internet Access,
- Fitness Facility,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Family Friendly,
- Handicap Accessible,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Epic Golf Experience
A absolute must for any golfer. This is the real deal, a complete golf experience that offers four exceptional golf courses, 4 star accommodations (I stayed at the Bandon Inn but other accommodations are also available) and superb food & beverage options at each of the courses. Six hours from Seattle, or 3 1/2 from Portland, it’s situated on the majestic Oregon coast, and as you approach you realize you are in a special part of the world. Ocean, dunes, forest and wildlife surround you and offer a departure from the everyday. This was my first time there, after years of procrastinating. I was not disappointed and enjoyed everything about the place. You park your car, and never need it again as the resort has an on demand shuttle service to take you to your course of the day, to the par 3 or putting complex and to dinner at one of the four restaurants. The lodge-like feel of the Inn is comfortable, with generously sized rooms and all the comforts you’d expect. Food was really quite good, local beers and wines were very good. The golf is truly exceptional. The four courses (Bandon Trails, Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes and Old MacDonald) offer the best in challenging golf, each unique in their design and playability. After each round, I confidently claimed each my favorite, and after the trip recall each courses uniqueness. For its sheer striking beauty, Pacific Dunes stands out most. For best experience make sure to have at least one caddie per group as they really help out on as their knowledge is really valuable. The weather was it’s own challenge, and at times was overwhelming, but the exposure to nature’s forces didn’t diminish the experience (it was high 40s to high 50’s and we got rain, some hail and gusty winds...and then a clear stretch) Bring rain and wind gear! Did manage 7 3/4 rounds over four days. Already planning next years trip.
Ultimate golf trip
Haven't been been to British Isles, but my golf buddy has been to St. Andrews etc and rates Bandon equal to the courses they have there. Bandon is unbeatable when you consider there are four fabulous courses and next year five. Not the type of golf you would normally get in north America, except for Cabot Links/Cliffs. Resort layout is very good with cottage like units available, in addition to the main lodge. Service is excellent throughout the resort and very friendly. Food and beverage is excellent and not overly priced. Pinehurst is well priced, but the golfing doesn't compare. Nearest town of Bandon is 10 minutes away, with a handful of restaurants that all close quite early. Rooms are spacious and upscale.
Stayed here on our way down the coast heading to the redwoods. We stayed in Chrome Lake Spruce #1. The resort is beautiful, and the room was spacious, comfortable, and clean. We enjoyed the sun shining in through the two walls of windows in the morning. There are no online reservations, you have to fill out a form or call the reservations line. Kind of inconvenient, but the lady was very helpful and we did love the room we booked. It was nice to learn about the course and the area, it is a beautiful place.
Bucket list golf trip- beyond expectations
We have been talking about a golf trip to BD for about 10 years. We finally pulled the trigger and arrived on 4-24-2019. We stayed at the Bandon Dunes Inn in a room with double beds. First and foremost, the golf courses are incredible. I don't recommend them for high handicap players as they are difficult. But, very scenic and challenging. We walked 24 miles in covering the 4 courses in 3 days. The lodging was good, food on site was excellent and fair priced. The staff at each of the courses were friendly and welcoming. It is a expensive trip, but worth it. We are planning a return with our other 2 golf buddies.
EVEN AS NON-GOLFERS, WE LOVE THIS HOTEL!
My husband and I do not play golf. However we chose to stay at this hotel because of the photos of the grounds, the rooms, and the dining facilities. GREAT DECISION! We were so impressed with the friendliness of all the staff from the check-in staff, housekeeping, dining staff, shop staff, and shuttle staff: Thank you so much for making our stay so special!!. Our room was beautiful and very comfortable and the restaurants were fantastic (separate reviews). All in all, thank you for a wonderful stay and we look forward to future visits!