Bandon Trails

Bandon, OR / 2005 / Bill Coore & Ben Crenshaw

bandon-trailsimg_1784The Par 3, 2nd, is a more challenging hole when the wind is blowing and if you are going to miss, you must miss left and short in order to have a chance for Par. (above)img_1785The tee shot off the Par 5, 3rd, needs to be kept down the center of the fairway on this hole. (above)img_1786The Par 3, 5th, has the most undulating green on the course. (above)img_1787The Par 4, 11th, is a long hole and a tee shot down the left side in order to avoid trouble with the bunkers on the right is a must.  The green is protected by water on the right. (below)img_1788img_1789The shorter Par 4, 14th, may have one of the best views on the entire property, but also the smallest green on the course. (above and below)img_1790img_1791img_1793A great golf shot is needed in order to hit the green on the Par 3, 17th. (above)img_1794