Bandon Trails

  • 16
    Golf Digest public ranking:
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    Golf Magazine public ranking:
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    Golf Digest ranking:
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Bandon, Oregon | Bandon Trails

Architect: Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw
Year: 2005

57744 Round Lake Road
Bandon, Oregon 97411
(541) 347-4380

Course Access: Public

driving range available
walking only - caddies and pull carts available
on-site accommodations

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The only inland course at the resort, Bandon Trails provides a different experience from the seaside links designs.   With the holes carved out of the forest and often isolated from one another it’s easy to feel like the only group on the golf course here.  Combining an East Coast parkland feel with the playing conditions of a links course give Bandon Trails a personality that is unique among the courses at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.

Local Knowledge: Being set amongst the trees, Bandon Trails provides quite a bit more protection from the elements than the other courses.  It’s a good place to seek refuge when the winds are at their worst.

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The Itinerant Golfer

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Bandon Trails)

Bandon Trails was the third course to open at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and was created by the design team of Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw. After the incredible success of Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes the expectations for their effort at the resort were very high. Unfortunately, they did not have the advantage of working with a property located along the sea, so the deck was slightly stacked against them as the comparisons to the seaside holes were sure to come. Fortunately Coore & Crenshaw rose to the occasion and delivered a course that received the same type of accolades as the previous two courses at the resort and quickly found its way onto all the Top 100 lists. We played two rounds at Bandon Trails during my most recent trip and each of them was played from the green tees which measure 6,260 yards. Again, I’ll state that… More >

The Itinerant Golfer

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Bandon Trails)

After we finished up at Pacific Dunes in the morning the big question over lunch was if we really wanted to go back out into the severe weather for our second 18 holes of the day. We were tired from fighting the wind, we were soaked completely to the bone and the weather wasn’t really showing much sign of letting up. Of course in the end there was really no debate. If you’re not golfing at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort than you had better be sleeping because there isn’t much else to do. Obviously we were going back out . . . it was never even really a question. During the discussion about our afternoon plans one of the guys in our group who had been to the resort before had a brilliant idea. Originally, we were scheduled to play the Bandon Dunes course which, like Pacific Dunes, is a… More >