Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is a resort 72-hole golf facility located in Brandon, Oregon. The facility has four world-class 18-hole golf courses. The courses are the Bandon Dunes, Brandon Dunes Course, Brandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes Course, Brandon Dunes, Pacific Trails Course, and Brandon Dunes, Old Macdonald Course. Some say that there is no other place on earth that has as much outstanding and drop-dead gorgeous golf as Brandon, Oregon. Bandon has four courses ranked by golf pundits and players alike as among the best of the best. Bandon Dunes Golf Resort was created and financed by greeting card baron Mike Keiser.
These five distinctly different courses occupy a beautiful stretch of sand dunes perched 100 feet above the Pacific Ocean. Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes feature a dozen holes that run along the bluff overlooking 23 miles of sweeping, undisturbed shoreline. Bandon Trails begins on a massive dune, works its way through open meadows and upland forest, and then finishes in the dunes. Old Macdonald moves through dune to ocean revealing breathtaking views throughout. Brandon Preserve is a mixture of styles and is considered my many to be the #1 par-3 course in America.
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Bandon Dunes, Brandon Preserve Course first opened for play is 2012. The course was designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw.
The par-3, 13-hole Bandon Preserve Golf Course begins high atop a sand dune and rolls down toward the beach. The Pacific Ocean provides the backdrop to every hole.
The course plays to a 13-hole par of 39. The course measures 1,609 yards from the back tees and 1,121 yards from the forward tees.
The longest is #2, it measures 150 yards. The shortest hole from the back tees is #8 playing to 63 yards.