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What a Day at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort Really Costs

Bandon As You've Never Seen It Before
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in southern Oregon has it all: four spectacular courses, a par-3 layout, even a putting course. Planning a visit? Here's everything you need to know about America's ultimate golf destination.   

Bandon doesn't nickel and dime you—replay rounds are half off and a round on the Punchbowl putting green is free—but enjoying all the perks of the property does add up. Here’s what you can expect to spend on a typical day.

Airport transportation (shuttle bus) from North Bend: $34 per person

Lodging: $180 per person for Forest Double

Green fees: $400 for 36 holes

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A scenic view of the 9th hole at the resort's 13-hole par-3 course Bandon Preserve.

Caddie fees and tips: $200 for 36 holes

Breakfast buffet and coffee: $15

Lunch: Fish and chips, beer: $22

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Bandon Ale is an IPA produced by a microbrewery in Eugene.

Drinks, on-course snacks: $20

Betting losses: $15 (assuming you lose a $5 nassau three ways)

Dinner at McKee’s pub: $62 (crispy oyster appetizer, $9; Grandma’s meatloaf, $17; half-bottle of King Estate “Bandon Dunes” pinot noir from Oregon’s Willamette Valley, $26; tip, $10)

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McKee's Pub is one of most renowned 19th holes in golf.

Massage: $110 for 50 minutes

Tips (not required) for bag drop, shuttle, room-cleaning: $15

TOTAL: $1,107

*Based on the round-trip fare of $68.

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