Pacific Dunes

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Bandon, Oregon | Pacific Dunes

Architect: Tom Doak
Year: 2001

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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While it may not have been the first course built at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, Tom Doak’s Pacific Dunes clearly put Oregon on the map as one of the best golf destinations in the world.  Doak’s masterpiece delights golfers with its ocean views, rugged blow out bunkers and dramatic par threes.  The quirky routing includes two consecutive par threes and is a key element to Pacific Dunes’ unique personality.

Local Knowledge: Spend your free time hanging out at Pacific Dunes and enjoy the 100,000 square foot putting course that is adjacent to the first tee.

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The Itinerant Golfer

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Pacific Dunes)

After spending the night right outside of Eugene, OR I woke up early the next morning and started making my way towards the Coos Bay airport. I was going to drop off my rental car there and meet up with the contingent of Texas guys I was joining for the Bandon Dunes portion of my Pacific Northwest trip. It’s about a two and a half hour drive from Eugene to Coos Bay so I had plenty of time before their flight from San Francisco arrived in the early afternoon and I could make a leisurely morning out of it. My GPS gave me a number of options for getting from Eugene to Coos Bay and on my buddy Barry’s recommendation I decided to take the coastal route that heads directly west towards Florence and then south along the coast from there. While there are not a ton of ocean views,… More >

The Itinerant Golfer

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort (Pacific Dunes)

My group arrived at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in the evening and were scheduled to start playing the next morning on Pacific Dunes. More than half our group was here for the first time and all of us were extremely excited as we walked out of McKee’s Pub that night after dinner. On the way back to our rooms we discussed the forecast for bad weather and hoped that as usual the weather predictors would be wrong. Back at our room we finally settled down and went to bed like anxious kids on Christmas Eve with visions of birdies dancing in our heads. The next morning we rose from our slumber to hear the steady pounding of rain on the roof of Chrome Lake Lodge . . . when I say pounding I mean serious pounding. I thought maybe it sounded more serious than it really was, so I opened… More >