A true championship layout on land meant for golf.
Bandon Crossings is a Heathland golf course like the great British courses. They have light sandy, acidic soil; typically have heather, gorse and bracken; are near, but not on, the ocean; and are a little hillier than many pure links courses. There are few flat spots on Bandon Crossings golf course. Like the seaside courses, the land was formed by the wind and the sand. There are many natural crossings that are both exciting and challenging.
Bandon Crossings Golf Course is an 18 hole public golf facility in Bandon, Oregon. It is not affiliated with Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes, Bandon Trails, Old Macdonald, The Sheep Ranch or The Preserve golf courses, which are located about 10 miles north off Highway 101.
Course length, rating and slope is based on middle-tees where applicable. Information is kept up-to-date from season-to-season and is drawn from the course's own website. You can visit this Bandon Crossings Golf Course website directly by clicking here.