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.
- Handicap Accessible,
- Fitness Facility,
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Family Friendly,
- Internet Access,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Difficult to get to, but unique destination. Nothing around except the resort. All five courses are unique and in great shape. Well-tuned caddy program and strict about preventing slow play. Good transportation between golfing venues and is ideal for group trip.
Completed my 4th visit to BD in early December. There are 12 of us that go each year. The group is coming up on it's 20th anniversary. Can't say enough about this place. Mike did golfers in the USA a "huge" favor by creating this gem!!! For first timers scanning reviews prior to visiting, here is the short story. The visuals are spectacular, the golf (traditional links style) is unmatched short of a long flight to the British Isles, the weather is "unpredictable", the location is remote, the facilities are somewhat spartan, the staff is welcoming and engaging and the food is very good. Yes most of the guests are men and groups of men on golf trips do sometimes make more noise than they do at Church, but mostly well mannered beyond just noise. If you are looking for a couples get-a-way (sorry Mike) this is just not the place. Guys, please don't try and convince your spouse that it is. You "will not" be rewarded for it. There are no large lobbies for lounging, no swimming pool, no spa though they do offer basic massage services....there are walking paths but little else to occupy time other than golf. It offers a near spiritual golf experience and by intent, almost nothing else. It is not The Broadmoor, Napa or South Beach. It is decidedly one dimensional (and very good at it), by intent. Cheers. Cannot wait for next December and my long awaited tee time at the Sheep Ranch!
A fantastic place on the beautiful Oregon coast.
Finally took the drive down from Portland to Bandon Dunes last week and it was worth every minute in the car. Once you get there, you realize that this is a golf resort with the emphasis on the golf. The courses are beautiful and if you did not know better, you would think you had been transported to Scotland. The lodging is great as well, but clearly geared for men, as there was no bathtub in our Lily Pond unit, which my wife missed. There are plenty of food options and after you arrive, there is no need to leave before you have played hopefully many rounds of golf. Given our last minute trip, I only played Pacific Dunes, but what a fantastic experience. If you are playing that or any of the other courses for the first time, I would highly recommend getting a caddie as their knowledge makes the experience even that much better. I would highly recommend if you love the game of golf and I will for sure be back in 2020. If you are an Oregon resident, playing during the winter comes with a reduced rate, and you can get lucky with the weather, as we were and experience great conditions, even during winter time.
Unbelievable golf and 5 star service at resort.
Enjoyed great golf, great food, and 5 star service by the staff. We played all 5 courses, (4-18 hole courses and 1-13 hole par 3 course). The staff treated us like royalty. We stayed at the Inn which is onsite. Everything at Bandon is focused one providing a memorable guest experience. I have stayed and golfed at Pinehurst; Bandunes is superior. The only downside is the location which is a 2.5 hour drive from Eugene, OR. There is no need to leave the resort, but if you do, there are several small towns that have decent food and minimal services. The weather 3 of the days was 45-52 degrees. The last day was 40 degrees, windy, and rain. Make sure you have a bucket hat and gortex outerwear.
We traveled to Bandon Oregon to enjoy a long Thanksgiving weekend on the Southern Coast. We had a wonderful Thanksgiving dinner at the restaurant at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. The property is stunning and offers not only beautiful courses but hiking trails and scenic views. The Turkey dinner was wonderful and the Elk Tenderloin was delicious. The service was excellent, we will definitely be back soon.