Fall Family Match Play 2017 at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort

Golf enthusiasts are invited to Bandon Dunes Golf Resort in Oregon this fall for a fun family match play event.


Dates: October 22-25, 2017


Field: 48 two-person teams competing in match play



Format: Each team will play six 9-hole matches to determine flight winners. All matches spun off the low net player.


Tees: Men play from green tees, women play from orange tees, juniors play from the forward tees (depending on age and handicap)



Courses: Bandon Trails, Pacific Dunes and Bandon Dunes



Call (855) 417-1853 to reserve your team today!

Event Outline


Sunday, October 22nd: Arrival and welcome reception at Trails End Restaurant (Optional horse race event)


Monday, October 23rd: Teams will play two 9-hole matches at Bandon Trails


Tuesday, October 24th: Teams will play two 9-hole matches at Pacific Dunes


Wednesday, October 25th: Teams will play two 9-hole matches at Bandon Dunes, awards dinner



Package price is $1,575/person, which includes:


     – Four nights lodging (double occupancy)

     – Golf on three award-winning 18-hole courses

     – Three breakfasts

     – Awards dinner

     – Welcome gift

     – Winners receive trophy/crystal

     – Purse for flight winners

About the Courses

Bandon Trails


When Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw began working in the sand to uncover the third course at the resort, they faced the challenge of following Bandon Dunes and Pacific Dunes. Opened in 2005, Bandon Trails begins atop a massive sand dune, then quickly opens into a sprawling meadow. The routing then works higher into the coastal forest, before finally returning to finish in the dunes. The course is enjoyable to walk and is a constant reminder of how the game was originally created among inland rolling dunes with dramatic ocean vistas.

Pacific Dunes


Designed by Tom Doak and opened in 2001, Pacific Dunes is remarkably different in character and shot making requirements than the 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.

Bandon Dunes


It began in 1999 with the opening of Bandon Dunes. Designed by Scotsman David McLay Kidd, the course is perched on a bluff high above the Pacific Ocean. Bandon Dunes unfolds along pristine native dunes where expansive ocean views are revealed on nearly every hole. The course is completely natural and routed through an environment of indigenous vegetation. Beyond breathtaking scenery lies the game of golf in its truest form. This is a thinker’s course. Winds are ever-present, and the varying elements create a new experience each time you play.