Bandon Dunes is true to the spirit of Scotland’s ancient links.

Here, players immerse themselves in the traditions of a timeless game and the grandeur of Oregon’s rugged coast. Sweeping, untamed shores stretch for miles. Primeval grassy dunes roll to the sea.

Six distinct links courses have been conceived in harmony with the natural environment. They combine with all the essential elements to reveal a new golf experience every time you play. The soul of the game resides here. Players walk. And at the end of the day, gracious hospitality comforts each guest like a warm, friendly embrace.

This is Bandon Dunes.
This is golf as it was meant to be.

Getting Here

It’s likely you don’t live just down the road but luckily there are many ways to travel to the Southern Oregon Coast.

Our Story

Decades ago, another guy fell in love with the game of golf.

Environmental Efforts

The nature of Bandon shines in multiple environmental initiatives that often go unnoticed, meant to blend into the natural surroundings and resort experience as a whole.

Old Macdonald golf course overlooking the Pacific Ocean
Course Cameras

Soak up the remarkable views from all five 18-hole golf courses on our 24/7 high resolution course cameras. Course cameras can be found on individual course pages.

Property Maps

Once you have landed on the 2,500+ acre property it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the scale of the resort. Use these maps to familiarize yourself with important locations.


USGA Partnership

In mid-2021, the USGA and Bandon Dunes Golf Resort announced it would host 13 amateur championships over the next 23 years.

Evans Scholars Program

Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and the Keiser family have long been supporters of the Western Golf Association and the Evans Scholars Program. We currently have 53 Evans Alumni who have been awarded full ride scholarships since 2001.

Travel Southern Oregon Coast

TSOC is a regional destination management organization focused on developing the South Coast of Oregon into a sustainable and vibrant visitor destination. Click to read more about making the most of your time in Southern Oregon.

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