Golf: Like Scotland without the Brogue
If it weren’t for the American accents and the lack of haggis on local menus, you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference.
The Bandon Dunes Golf Resort
, built atop the cliffs of Oregon’s rugged south coast with panoramas of the Pacific Ocean,
is one of the few U.S. golf retreats based on Scotland’s ancient links tradition. While on the links, golfers are challenged by
the rough, windswept terrain, but off the course, every whim is catered to.
North of Bandon, the Salishan Spa and Golf Resort
in Gleneden Beach features 18 distinctive and challenging holes,
complemented by beautifully renovated rooms and a full-service, deluxe spa. In central Oregon,
where the sun shines 300 days a year, the greater Bend region boasts 11 public courses in the shadows of majestic Mt. Bachelor.
After a challenging weekend spent on the fairways, take in the luxurious surroundings, full range of amenities and first-class
service at Sunriver Resort
. The resort pampers visitors with elegance, from waffle-weave bathrobes and fine dining to five outdoor spas, swimming pools and 28 tennis courts.
Guests also gain access to the deluxe Sage Springs Club and Spa, which offers a range of massages, facials, Pilates, Yoga
and other salon services.
The Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, built atop the cliffs of Oregon’s rugged south coast