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Golf

Bandon Crossings (20 min north) - A challenging 18-hole, par 72 course about 6900 yards in length, that follows the natural contours of ancient sand dunes as the play roams over streams and into open coastal forest. Visit their website for more information.

Bandon Dunes (half hour north) – Considered one of the finest public golf courses in the world. Enjoy walking links that weave five distinctly different courses through rolling dunes along spectacular undistrubed shoreline. Great dining. Visit their website for more information.

Bandon Face Golf Course (half hour north) – A scenic 9-hole course overlooking the ocean, with a great clubhouse. Rated one of the most challenging 9-hole courses in the Pacific Northwest. You can find more information here.

Cedar Bend (20 minutes south) – Where nine holes play like 18, and the greens are among the best on the coast. You can find more information here.

Salmon Run Golf & Wilderness Preserve (hour south) – A championship 18 hole course with five sets of tees on every hole. Incredible views as you golf through a quiet forest. Visit their website for more information.

And soon...

Pacific Gales (in Port Orford!) - A new and spectacular golf site overlooking the ocean that is expected to begin groundbreaking in the fall of 2017. For more information, visit their website.

More info & photos at EnjoyPortOrford.com


Bandon Dunes





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