BLOG: Golfing in Southern Oregon
Fore! With two courses within Coos Bay proper and six within a 20-mile radius, you could say Coos Bay golfing area is the ace of Oregon when in terms of sheer beauty, options, and skill levels.
The Coos Golf Club may be the oldest club you can find—it opened in 1923!—but is 100% up-to-par when it comes to getting a round (or more) in. Offering a picturesque location in a valley of the stunning coast, its 18-hole course is great for all skill levels. You can squeeze plenty of practice in at the driving range, chipping area, and two practice putting greens.
For another heavy dose of gorgeous Oregon scenery and golf vibes, head over to Sunset Bay Golf Course, where you’ll find over 3,000 yards of greens, natural landscaping, water hazards, and multiple-par options to challenge your skill level.
Finally, you can’t go wrong with the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, the premiere, award-winning golf wonderland that’s only 26 miles down the famous Highway 101. Designed to align with the natural environment (hey, kind of like us here at BPL!), Bandon Dunes offers multiple courses and pars that put Oregon’s rugged coastal beauty on play.