Course Review and Comments
Standing on a high point, the first tee gives an impressive view in all directions. Then we head inland and the topography and plant life dramatically change. A level lie in the fairway is a rarity. Massive fairway bunkers and penalizing green side traps make this course a challenge to play. The greens are smaller then it's sister courses and have just as many twists and up and downs. As if this is'nt enough the elevation changes will start to take they're toll before you reach the turn.
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January 20th, 2009 22:00
It's the "one that's not on the ocean", sure, but there's a lot to like about the newest course at Bandon (until Old MacDonald rolls through town). The parkland property is beautiful, you're
June 07th, 2008 17:18
I play all three of the Bandon courses almost everyday and even though Trails may not have the ocean on it it will challenge you in every way. It is the most difficult course on the property and it ha
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