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Bandon Crossings Golf Course, Bandon

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#2 of 8 in Outdoors in Bandon
Golf Course · Hidden Gem · Outdoor Activity
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. It is a Hidden Gem, now Found.

Only 10 miles from Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, with Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes, Bandon Trails, and Old MacDonald golf courses. Bandon Crossings is not affiliated with the Bandon Dunes Resort. Carts are available.
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  • If you are headed to Bandon to golf, don’t overlook this fabulous nearby golf course. While Bandon Dunes is most visitor’s bucket list stop, Crossings is a great course, immaculately groomed and...  more »
  • We came to Bandon OR to golf the new Sheep Ranch at Bandon Golf Resort (and The Preserve, which we missed the last time we came to this area). To complete our 4-day golf trip (Day 1 was at Florence.....  more »
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  • Played last week with 15 guys. Overall we uniformly loved the course with the exception of #18 which just made no sense to any of us. The course is in great shape. If you're coming down to play Bandon Dunes, this course is very similar to Bandon Trails. Very playable during the winter - great scenery - and tremendous folks who run the course.
  • What a great find. My wife and I were told about Bandon Crossings when we checked in to our RV Park. We decided to play there instead of Bandon Dunes since I’m recovering from a hip injury. Best decision we made on this trip. There was lots of rain yesterday so we were cart path only, however the fairways and greens were fantastic. No mud balls and no mud on our pants. A very enjoyable round of golf. I just wish I’d played better. It’s a course you want to play again, because there are holes you wish you had played differently. Jim, who checked us in, gave us a great briefing before we went out. All the staff we came in contact with were helpful and very friendly. Be sure and put Bandon Crossings on your list of courses to play, you won’t regret it.

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