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Bandon Dunes Golf Resort was conceived and executed in harmony with the natural environment on Oregon’s rugged South Coast. The resort features two distinctly different courses, both built on a beautiful stretch of sand dunes perched 100 feet above the Pacific Ocean. The terrain is strikingly similar to the stretch of Scotland’s coastline where the game of golf was born. Between them, the two courses feature a dozen holes that run along the bluff overlooking 23 miles of sweeping, undisturbed shoreline. # While conveniently located near Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes is remarkably different in character and shot making requirements. Designed by Tom Doak, Pacific Dunes emerges from Shore Pines to spectacular sixty-foot dunes blanketed in grasses and native vegetation. Green complexes are smaller, with greater undulation, requiring precise approaches. Like Bandon, the course is designed for walkers only and use of the resort’s professional caddies is encouraged. # Our lodge is the center of activity at the resort, and features spa facilities, and sports lounge, a complete Pro Shop and an outstanding restaurant, serving fresh Pacific Northwest cuisine and the finest cuts of choice beef this side of Kansas City. # Lodge offers 15 single rooms, four larger singles, and two deluxe suites, many with dramatic golf course views, others with quiet lake and forest vistas. Nearby, four 12-room cottages overlook the Lily Pond and woods. # In Spring of 2002, Bandon Dunes is adding 84 new rooms to our list of first class accomodations. Just a few hundred yards Northeast of the lodge, on the banks of Chrome Lake, are 21 new buildings, each with two tastefully spacious rooms downstairs and a two bedroom suite upstairs — all perfectly suited for a foursome. # WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING: “Probably the finest land made available for a golf course in America since Alistar MacKenzie was shown the site for the Cypress Point Club on the Monterey Peninsula.” – Golf Magazine In 2001, Golf Magazine ranked Pacific Dunes #17 and Bandon Dunes #11 on their list of the top 100 Courses in the U.S. On their list of the Top 100 in the World, Pacific Dunes was ranked #26 and Bandon Dunes #70. “It won’t be long before Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes, given their public accessibility, unspoiled environment, dramatic setting, thoughtful design and true golf spirit are considered the best tandom of courses in the world.” — Jaime Diaz, Senior Writer, Golf Digest “Pacific Dunes…emerges as perhaps the last great meeting of sand and sea on American soil.” — Ron Whitten, Architecture Editor, Golf Digest Named Best New Upscale Public Course by Golf Digest. Bandon Dunes 1999 and Pacific Dunes 2001. 18 Hole Green Fees – $200 Hotel Guest Green Fees – $160 Replay (same course only) – $80 Seasonal rates available Nov-May

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