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GOLF DIGEST FAMILY FOUR-BALL


Held on the breathtaking Oregon Coast, Golf Digest’s first-ever Family Four-Ball is a four-day competition that provides players with an opportunity to test their best shotmaking skills at one of the world’s top-rated collection of courses.  

DATES: JUNE 3—6, 2018

THE DETAILS

→    Four days/three nights at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort

→    3 Competitive golf rounds on Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes and Bandon Trails

→    Horse race on Bandon Preserve

→    Punchbowl putting challenge

→    Purse winnings (for top-3 in each flight)

→    Three breakfasts

→    Awards luncheon

→    Additional rounds available at discounted rates for tournament participants

$1595 per player based on double occupancy (upgrades available) 

»REGISTER NOW«

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GOLF DIGEST FAMILY FOUR-BALL


Held on the breathtaking Oregon Coast, Golf Digest’s first-ever Family Four-Ball is a four-day competition that provides players with an opportunity to test their best shotmaking skills at one of the world’s top-rated collection of courses.  

DATES: JUNE 3—6, 2018

THE DETAILS

→    Four days/three nights at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort

→    3 Competitive golf rounds on Bandon Dunes, Pacific Dunes and Bandon Trails

→    Horse race on Bandon Preserve

→    Punchbowl putting challenge

→    Purse winnings (for top-3 in each flight)

→    Three breakfasts

→    Awards luncheon

→    Additional rounds available at discounted rates for tournament participants

$1595 per player based on double occupancy (upgrades available) 

»REGISTER NOW«

 
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THE ULTIMATE DESTINATION

FOR AN EPIC FAMILY GOLF ADVENTURE

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TOURNAMENT COURSES

BANDON DUNES (walking-only golf course)
Ranked No. 7 on Golf Digest’s list of America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses, and No. 36 on Golf Digest’s America’s 100 Greatest, talented golfers consider Bandon Dunes to be the consummate shotmakers’ course—as good a total examination of one's game as there is in America. For added perspective, Bandon Dunes is also ranked 6th among Golf Digest 50 Most Fun Public Courses in America. It’s a true check on the bucket list for anyone who’s ever swung a club. 


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PACIFIC DUNES (walking-only golf course)
Ranked #2 on Golf Digest’s America’s 100 Greatest Public Courses, and #18 on Golf Digest’s America’s 100 Greatest, Tom Doak’s masterpiece has an unorthodox routing with holes that seem to emerge from the landscape rather than being superimposed onto it. Rolling greens and rumpled fairways framed by rugged sand dunes leave all serious golf enthusiasts wanting more.

BANDON TRAILS (walking-only golf course) 
Bandon Trails Description- Ranked No. 15 on Golf Digest's list of America's 100 Greatest Public Courses and No. 70 on Golf Digest's America's 100 Greatest, Bandon Trails has long been considered such a compelling layout that it needs no seascape to command one's attention. Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw in 2005, Bandon Trails takes you on a journey that starts in serious sand dunes and then later introduces you to the beautiful Oregon coastal forest. Often considered the local's favorite, this links course is the perfect blend that challenges every club in your bag and leaves you wanting more.


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BANDON PRESERVE H.O.R.S.E. RACE (walking-only golf course) 

One of the best short courses in America, the Bandon Preserve provides a unique experience in every way. The 13-hole par-3 course delivers unmatched panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and is the perfect venue for a fun test of survival amongst your peers.  


THE PUNCHBOWL
The Punchbowl is a 100,000-square-foot 18-hole putting course designed by Tom Doak and Jim Urbina—unique in the world in size and fun factor and built on an area that’s a collection of natural hollows. (“Punchbowl” is a longstanding design concept by golf architects—the 18th hole at Bandon’s Old Macdonald course shares the same principles and is also named “Punchbowl.”) “You will find every kind of putt you can imagine out there, and probably a few you’ve never dreamed of. ”    – Tom Doak


60 two-person teams (120 players total) coveted playing spots. Register now 

All participants must be of amateur status as defined by the USGA.


LODGING ACCOMMODATIONS

Chrome Double*

On the banks of Chrome Lake just a few hundred yards northeast of The Lodge, 21 secluded buildings welcome guests. Each Chrome Double includes two king beds, bathroom, fireplace, and a view of the lake or surrounding forest.

*Lodging is based double occupancy

Lily Pond* 

Lily Pond rooms are located along a paved walking trail connecting to the Lodge and first tee at Bandon Dunes, though a free shuttle service is available to take you to or from anywhere on property. Lily Pond’s spacious rooms include two queen beds, a sitting area, fireplace, bathroom and private deck overlooking Lily Pond and the surrounding forest.

*Lodging is based double occupancy