When 18 holes a day just isn't enough

Those interested in playing more than one round a day will have the option to book an additional round at any Bandon Dunes Golf Resort courses. We have secured preferential pricing for TYPHI participants.

Afternoon Tee Time Reservations: 844.529.8799


Pacific Dunes:

Designed by Tom Doak and opened in 2001, Pacific Dunes is remarkably different in character and shot making requirements than our other courses. Pacific Dunes doesn't feel like it was built as much as it was discovered. Rippling fairways remain just as they were found and natural bunkers line the landscape as they have for centuries. The course emerges from shore pines to spectacular 60-foot sand dunes. When the wind blows, precise approach shots are a necessity. Pacific Dunes is short enough to give you hope, but rugged enough to test every facet of your game.


Old Macdonald:

The fourth course at Bandon Dunes pays homage to golf course architect Charles Blair Macdonald by asking one simple question: What would Macdonald have created had the Oregon Coast been his canvas? Inspired by Macdonald's iconic work, course architects Tom Doak and Jim Urbina crafted a course that seeks the answer upon vast greens, among myriad angles of play, and from the depths of fierce bunkers. By celebrating these classic concepts of design, we honor the traditions of this game we love.


Bandon Preserve:

A unique experience in every way, Bandon Preserve is a 13-hole par-3 course that delivers a level of enjoyment matched only by the spectacular views. Opened in 2012 and designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, Bandon Preserve begins high atop a sand dune and rolls down toward the beach. The Pacific Ocean provides the backdrop to every hole. All net proceeds go directly to the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, an organization that supports conservation, community and economy on the southern Oregon Coast. Click here to find out more or visit WRCA's website.


Golf is best experienced by walking with a caddie - truly, golf as it was meant to be. When you use a caddie, you're helping preserve a tradition 500 years in the making and giving hundreds of people the opportunity to perform their trade.

All caddie fees are to be paid by the guest directly to the caddie. We recommend a rate of $100 per bag, per round. We encourage our guests to base the payment on the service provided and paying the recommended rate should be for a job well done. If you feel the caddie exceeded your expectations or feel the service wasn’t up to that standard, please pay accordingly and notify a caddie supervisor or one of our golf shop professionals.

Request a Caddie: 541.347.5909