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Bandon Crossings Golf Course

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Bandon Crossings Golf Course

105 Reviews
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87530 Dew Valley Ln, Bandon, OR 97411-8202
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Cape Town Private, The Best of Big five Tour
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Cape Town Private, The Best of Big five Tour

Ceres Fruit Valley<br><br>Drive by through the fruit growing region of Ceres<br><br>Private Game Reserve<br><br>Welcome drinks on arrival<br><br>Discover the Big Five<br><br>Two-hour game drive in open air 4x4<br><br>Lunch under the trees or in the boma-style restaurant<br><br>Relax by the pool in summer or by the fireplace in winter<br><br>The Klein Karoo<br><br>Drive by through the magnificent semi desert of the Klein Karoo<br><br>Return to Cape Town via the Huguenot tunnel
$338.47 per adult
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docbob0707 wrote a review Oct 7
Oro Valley, Arizona421 contributions122 helpful votes
Wonderful 18 hole golf course. Just south of Bandon. Dejavu rates if you want to play two different days. $41.00 per person includes an electric cart. Lots of tee boxes to choose from. Plays to a par 72. Greens are big and well maintained. Strategically placed bunkers with excellent sand. Pro shop very helpful. A little strenuous for walkers as there are long distances between some holes. Grass driving range with range balls available at a minimal charge. High recommend a round or two there.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Friend_of_IEEE wrote a review Oct 2019
Bedford, Texas275 contributions118 helpful votes
So if you are in the area, give this course a try. Not a links course, but one with wide fairways and walkers and seniors friendly on front nine. Easy to keep track of your ball, and greens were in good shape even though heavy rain the day before. Play for carry not roll though. Get info at pro shop on how to play the course, especially holes 5, 7, and 9 (depending on your handicap and if playing 9 or 18). Wonderful for ride-alongs or casual players, since some very nice scenery. Walker friendly. If you play back nine, you will understand that some of those holes are real bears due to slope on the greens. The last hole can make you wonder why you ever liked golf in the first place. A fun place, nice pros. Will play again when in Bandon.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from BandonCrossings, Owner at Bandon Crossings Golf Course
Responded Oct 11, 2019
Thanks for sharing your experience and giving a helping hand to your fellow golfers. We're glad you enjoyed your round. The caddies who work at Bandon Dunes and choose to play at the Crossings consider number 18 a gambling hole of epic proportions!
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gypsyangler70 wrote a review Jun 2019
7 contributions5 helpful votes
Spending the summer on the Southern Oregon coast, A friend took me to play this course, had a wonderful experience, went to play it again and fell in love with it. Went into the pro shop and joined right then and there. Since joining it has only gotten better. Jim the head Pro, Sheryl and Stacy are wonderful, the owner and his wife have been nothing short of amazing. The course is in fantastic shape, I couldn't ask for a better homeaway from home golf course. Thanks Bandon Crossings. Looking forward to a fantastic summer with you guys.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from BandonCrossings, Owner at Bandon Crossings Golf Course
Responded Jun 8, 2019
We’re so happy to have you with us, and really appreciate you taking the time to share your experience.
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Pat S wrote a review May 2019
Santa Barbara, California28 contributions4 helpful votes
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This was a challenging course, but the beauty more than made up for that. We'd definitely play here again.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from BandonCrossings, Owner at Bandon Crossings Golf Course
Responded May 23, 2019
Thank you for sharing your appreciation of our beautiful golf course. In May you are particularly fortunate to be able to see the wild rhododendrons in bloom as well. Each season has its own beauty.
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Douglas D wrote a review May 2019
West Richland, Washington54 contributions17 helpful votes
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.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Response from BandonCrossings, Owner at Bandon Crossings Golf Course
Responded May 18, 2019
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.
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