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.
- Family Friendly,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Fitness Facility,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Internet Access,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Courses are great. Five star prices 3 star service
Booked our trip 4 months in advance to coincide with my Son's wedding. They didn't have room for us on property so had to stay in town. Face Rock Inn was great. If you don't stay at the resort you pay an extra $50 for golf and they won't take your clubs to the next course you're playing. Also an extra $50 for booking in advance. The GM sent an email after our stay asking how everything was and I told him. I never heard back. I emailed 3 times. I'm going back to Whistling Straits and Erin Hills.
Don't come here if.....
If you dislike prefect golf courses and amazing service, this is not the place for you. If you think incredible ocean sounds and view are awful, then you might not want to come. I thought Cabot Cliffs/Links was going to be tough to beat, and it was but Bandon is truly an amazing golf experience.
Play golf here but stay elsewhere...
We decided to stay here as my husband is an avid golfer and was looking forward to playing the course. Upon arrival, our forest or dunes view rooms was really just a room over the entrance. The desk was nice enough to give us a slight upgrade so we were in a more secluded room at the end of the building. We then went to the restaurant in the main lodge for dinner. We were seated at a table for five set for two near the large entrance to the room. The meal was lovely but a large group of about 14 golfers came just as we were done our main course and were seated right by us. They were quite noisy so dessert was to go. As there was an adjoining room with smaller tables and quiet atmosphere, it was disappointing. We were quite frustrated by then. My hubby played golf the next morning and loved the experience and service he received. Unfortunately, I left behind a couple of items in the room and called them after arriving at our next lodge on the same day. It seems the items I had worn to that dinner and left behind in the room had vanished before I called. My fault understandably for leaving them but where did they go? After some investigation, the manager was unable to find them. In conclusion, the golf was great, the food was excellent but service could have been better.
If you want quiet golf trip with your wife, this is not the place. It is a loud, obnoxious fraternity house. Specifically if you are staying at the main lodge, the male noise never ends during evening hours.
Dream Golf Vacation
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort was on my husband's bucket list and this was his dream golf vacation come true. We played all 7 courses met many, many wonderful friendly people - including the Bandon staff, caddies, and fellow golfers. Our favorite course was Pacific Dunes with it's breathtaking views, challenging holes and winds. 2nd was Bandon Dunes - we scored the best on this course with wider fairways and less wind, but still beautiful vistas and challenging holes. 3rd/4th is a split between Bandon Trails - a trip thru the woods with less wind than therefore warmer temperatures - and Old MacDonald with it's huge greens, wide fairways, and ocean views (and less wind than Pacific Dunes). We recommend taking a caddie for your first round on each course - they will definitely take strokes off your score. We enjoyed all of the courses and restaurants - Great food, nice/comfortable accommodations, view of the 18th green from our room, beautiful sunsets, well maintained trails, great shuttle service, and of course the Punchbowl for 27 holes of putting! A perfect golf vacation!