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Since its opening in 1999, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort has pledged its support of amateur golf. Hosting the 2019 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship and 2020 U.S. Amateur will further that commitment.
Not far from famed Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, an 1,100-acre ranch land could easily become Oregon's next great links golf course, Pacific Gales.
David McLay Kidd introduced the Oregon coast to the world by designing Bandon Dunes in 1999. Other great courses have been built at this iconic resort since, but this seaside wonder jump-started America's love affair with this remote resort four hours south of Portland. The coastal setting offers everything necessary for links golf: sand dunes, thick native vegetation, blown-out bunkers, sweeping slopes, ever-present wind and soul-stirring ocean views.
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort on Oregon's southern coast is home to four of America's top golf courses. The resort was the conception of Mike Keiser, an avid lover of links golf in Scotland, and the resort was built in a similar mold. Here's a look at some of WorldGolf.com Senior Writer Brandon Tucker's best photos from his trip in the summer of 2009.
Bandon Golf CoursesGolf Advisor Podcast Episode 11: Matt Ginella breaks the news of Bandon Dunes' new Sheep Ranch course with Phil FriedmannOver the past 20 years, Bandon Dunes has gone from a glint in the eye of greeting card tycoon-turned-golf resort developer Mike Keiser to the consensus pick for best overall golf resort in the United States.See what's in store for the next chapter of the mysterious Sheep Ranch. Editor-at-Large Matt Ginella visits with the owner of the property in this special travel feature.