Bandon Crossings Golf Course, Bandon
Categories: Golf Courses, Outdoor Activities
Some land is made is made for golf. Bandon, on the southern Oregon coast, is one of those places. Bandon Crossings Golf Course is home to “18 Unique Experiences.” Named one of the 10 best new courses of 2007 by GOLF Magazine, it is gathering a loyal following as it offers both Great Golf and Great Value.Use our Bandon tour planner to add Bandon Crossings Golf Course and other attractions to your Bandon vacation plans.
Only 10 miles from Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, with Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes, Bandon Trials, and Old MacDonald golf courses. Bandon Crossings is not affiliated with the Bandon Dunes Resort. Carts are available.
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We have been holding a benefit tournament here for the past several years. The staff is all very accommodating, Jim goes above and beyond our expectations. The course is absolutely beautiful and well ... read more »
This course is a great reasonably priced course that could be used as a warm up or wind down from Bandon Dunes. Stop and talk with the very friendly pro-Jim. He's a great guy with knowledge of Oregon ... read more »
For $71, I played 18 holes (with cart) on a truly great find for those not wanting to spend $300+ @ Bandon Dunes. Paired up with another first-timer for an efficient 3-hour round. The course condition... read more »
Some have suggested skip the Dunes and play here. The Dunes has great links golf that is perhaps too well loved as the experience is great. If you want to save $225 for your round and have spectacular greens play Crossings as part of your rotation.It also has about half the wind than that on the resort. It will leave you with the idea that you left some strokes on the course the first time you play it. There are forced carries and movement on the greens that will have make you want another crack at it.
SKIP "THE DUNES" Great layout, great greens, great staff, great lodging available with them. All at 1/2 the price. It's a "no brainer". All the "dunes" caddies and locals play there.
Maret T. Smith
Wow. Can not believe how gorgeous and interesting this course was to play. We actually stayed at the home on the course for a big family reunion. The home is HUGE. A little odd in its architecture, but clean, neat, and ultimately charming. We had a blast and it was super affordable.I love that they let you use carts. We're definitely coming back.
The experience as a whole was breathtaking for me. Although the course is very new, and there are some areas where the grass is still immature I thought it was well managed and a beautiful course. I went in the late summer when the fairway grass was a beautiful deep green and there was local coastal long grass that was golden and waving in the breeze. The contrasting colors were amazing. Of course, so was the number of balls I lost in that long grass. But that was a small price to pay. The layout of each hole was actually very interesting throughout. It seemed like a lot of effort went into making sure there were no boring run-of-the-mill areas. I remember there being only two holes didn't immediately jump out as being a unique and remarkable new challenge. And they weren't by any means poor. That impressed me. The place seems to be very well maintained, also. Perhaps not quite as well as the Dunes, but memorable enough to make up for it. Plus, you pay for that maintenance at the Dunes with their enormous green fees. All in all I thought it was impressive enough to spend my time writing this review to recommend it to people. If you're anywhere near there, I think it would definitely be well worth your time to stop in. When I go back to Oregon this summer I plan on paying them a visit.
One of my favorites in Oregon!
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