Bandon Crossings Golf Course

Bandon Crossings Golf Course

Bandon Crossings Golf Course
4.5
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
Some land is made is made for golf. Bandon, Oregon is one of those places, and the creation of Bandon Crossings has added another great golfing option to the area. Included in Golf Magazine's Top 10 new golf courses for 2007, chosen by Golfweek as one of Oregon's Best Places to Play in 2008, and listed by the PGA Travel Magazine as a Favorite Hidden Gem in 2009, it has already won national acclaim.
Duration: More than 3 hours
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Dude
1 contribution
Jul 2023
The staff should familiarize themselves with their web site so there is a correlation between the twilight times and fees quoted on the phone. They place the burden of their mistakes on the customer with zero apologies. In fact they are downright rude. It seems like they should value the locals who patronize this course in the off season. My recommendation is try Coos Bay Golf Club where customers are appreciated and treated with courtesy.
Written July 3, 2023
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Ken15FFR
Scotland, UK65 contributions
Jun 2015 • Friends
Played at Bandon Crossings after Bandon Dunes and it offers a great contrast to its more illustrious neighbour for considerably less money. The course has a quality layout and design but it's the immaculate conditioning which steals the show. The greens are second to none!
Written June 28, 2015
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TIm T
1 contribution
Feb 2014
Each and every hole individually named appropriately. Fairways are spacious.Bunkers are many and well placed.The greens are groomed,sizable and true to roll. The course is truly walkable for the professional length that it is. The power carts are eco friendly and updated. The staff is friendly and professional. This property is in a environmental microcosm. The sun seems to shine there disproportionately to the northwest!!

Timmy T

Written January 24, 2015
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knockoutfiles
Eugene, OR10 contributions
Great course...well maintained, firm and fast with interesting and unspoiled terrrain. At only $45 during off peak months, this has to be the best golf bang for the buck in Oregon.
Written December 6, 2010
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Douglas D
West Richland, WA57 contributions
May 2019 • Friends
This course is a nice and a much less expensive alternative to the nearby resort course(s). It’s difficult with hills, forced carries, and perfect greens. When we were there, it was actually in better condition than the Bandon Dunes course, especially with it’s green fairways. This is as much a championship course as any.

That being said, however, there is a major pall lingering over the whole place. Some of the staff seem to impart a sense to their regulars that visitors are just lucky to be there! My friend and I were essentially chewed out for not realizing we were standing on a back tee block where a college golf tournament was about to start and later rudely chewed out by a likely member because we didn’t see a sign restricting our golf cart. Not a friendly little reminder either! I overheard the college coaches complaining about the course being set up so difficult that very few of the boys or girls could even shoot in the 70’s. Apparently the staff have never had to worry about golf scholarships. I also observed one of the staff members, standing in front of the college golf entourage, pointing to a “total idiot” driving a golf cart over in “his” parking lot contrary to posted signage and the same staff member later talking with the course pro about someone calling for a group of eight out-of-area players wanting a restaurant suggestion after learning there is no restaurant at this course (small snack bar with a couple of craft beer selections) and then talking smack about them for taking the pro’s valuable time. The staff member imparting most of this negativity couldn’t help but tell everyone how he was a touring pro for nine years. He was bragging about how hard he set the course up for the college kids. I guess if your a pro golfer you don’t need any customer service skills. It’s just too bad his crabby demeanor tended to permeate the entire place.
Written May 15, 2019
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Thank you for taking the time to complement the quality of our course, and its condition and challenges. I also appreciate you sharing your other experiences, so that we can improve and offer a completely positive experience. You mentioned the college tournament that was going on during your visit. We are pleased to offer our course for that purpose, but it was up to their tournament managers to decide how to utilize it, and they selected the most difficult tees. It has many player challenges, and although a few scored well (I heard of at least one 68) many were unable to match their usual scores. For recreational golf we recommend the "Tee it Forward" concept so everyone can have an enjoyable round. Your other comments distress me greatly. In past reviews many have mentioned our friendly and helpful staff. We love it when we get a chance to share our course with visitors from out of the area, and want them to have a most enjoyable time. Our actual Head Golf Professional (NOT the crabby person you encountered) is the best example of great customer service I have ever met. I know who the egotist with the crabby demeanor is, and he will not have a chance to represent us in the future. I appreciate you sharing this with me, and hope you are able to return again and are able to fully enjoy your visit with the rest of us at Bandon Crossings.
Written May 18, 2019
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Lynne C
Palo Alto, CA79 contributions
Jun 2018 • Couples
This is such an underrated golf course more people should try it the 18th hole can be the most challenging one on the golf course but found all of the holes were a pleasure to play. Also the guy in the shop was more then helpful and even gave us a discount on the second day and asked the group in front of us if we could play first which was so nice of him.
Written June 8, 2018
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Drmjjohn
McMinnville, OR10 contributions
Aug 2016 • Friends
Played 9 holes. On second tee the owner came out and screamed at us assuming we had been told the cart rules. Rather than encourage and explain he chose demean and discourage. Never go back!

No wonder golf is a dying sport-
Written August 26, 2016
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It is absolutely true that I was upset with these players. I did not, however yell at anyone. In the space of 12 minutes they violated our recommendations 3 times. I noticed their two carts off the path right next to the tee box on the first tee, and asked them, very gently, to keep the carts on the cart paths near the tees and greens. I thought that suggestion was adequate, but the Golf Pro and I noticed them off the path right by the green on #1 where it was so steep there was some peril of rolling the cart. I went to visit with them again on the tee box on #2, where they were again parked off the path right by the tee box. Patience is a virtue, and I perhaps lost mine that day. I would like to invite these players back to play at no charge, but with a pull cart only. This offer is sincere, and with my apology. This rule is not arbitrary, but a very important grounds maintenance principle. It is almost impossible to grow grass on compacted ground, which is why the carts need to stay on the path around tees and greens, where carts are concentrated. Safety is also an issue, since our terrain is rolling, and we have had several carts roll over.
Written September 2, 2016
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Travel-with-Terriers
57 contributions
Aug 2015 • Couples
We played Bandon Crossing on a trip to the So. Oregon coast and thoroughly enjoyed our round. Do not sell this course short just because it isn't Bandon Dunes! The Bandon Crossing course is in great shape, plenty challenging but fair, with an interesting layout. No coastal views but scenic enough with no development along the course. As others have mentioned, its also a good value, especially in the afternoon. We found it to be uncrowded on a weekday, allowing fast pace of play. The staff is very friendly and welcoming to women golfers. Frankly, the Oregon coast was initially on our map because I had heard about Bandon Dunes, but when it came down to it, we decided we just werent good enough to spend $300 and embarrass ourselves in front of a caddie (no carts)! Good decision. We did stop in at the Bandon Dunes complex while in town and it wasn't the rustic, pure golf atmosphere I had read about. Instead, we found the vibe to be ridiculously pretentious and oozing privileged white male bonding --- just the exclusivity that is limiting the appeal and financial viability of the sport. Skip all that, enjoy a great round at Bandon Crossing and save your hiking for the spectacular coastal trails!
Written August 31, 2015
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I'm glad you discovered and had some time to enjoy Bandon Crossings. Hope you can make it back again. Carla
Written September 1, 2015
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bill89134
Las Vegas, NV57 contributions
Aug 2015 • Couples
Course well managed and in good shape. Compared to the very pricey neighbor, Bandon Dunes, playing a round here is a no brainer. Inexpensive, challenging, friendly staff. Jim and Chris, the pros, are out to please and your experience will be a good one, guaranteed.
Written August 10, 2015
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downey
victoria, bc286 contributions
Nov 2012 • Friends
Get a cart, it has a few steep grades with some of the holes quite far apart. Other than that it is kept in very good condition, and very fairly priced especially after playing Bandon Dunes.
Written November 8, 2012
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Bandon Crossings Golf Course - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)