Bandon Crossings – Bandon, OR
Holes: 18 Par: 72 Yardage: 6,855 Architect: Dan Hixson
Some land is made for golf. Bandon, Oregon is one of those places. Bandon Crossings was shaped first by nature, built on ancient sand dunes with great drainage and a varied terrain. Several holes stay true to the name “Crossings” as they play over creeks or narrow canyons, and along with variety come ample risk/reward opportunities to create an exciting round.
As you play this heathland style course you will encounter wide open views on the north nine, and a natural treed layout on the south, with great “Crossing” holes where you will shoot to greens with a 80 foot drop.
Treat yourself to a rare experience playing this beautiful layout. Named a top 10 new course in the US when it opened in 2007, it has only gotten better! The Golfer’s Choice awards on GolfAdvisor ranks it as the 7th best course in Oregon in 2020. The Portland Oregonian says it’s a must-play course, and Matt Ginella includes it in his top value courses in the US. Don’t miss this spectacular experience, with firm, fast fairways that play great all year long, and well maintained, true greens. Discover for yourself what all the talk is about.
The experience of Bandon Crossings is worth the trip, but you can also include it as part of a Bandon Dunes trip (not affiliated, and only 10 miles north on Highway 101)