Bandon Dunes Day Three

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, July 13th, 2018
Categories: GolfGolf CoursesGolf For WomenHOG World Tour

Hurting now. It’s a good kind of pain. After playing 76 holes of golf in very windy conditions, on hard ground with tons of elevation changes… I’m hammered.

Today was another spectacular day, as it seems all days are at Bandon Dunes Golf Resort.  The 7am tee time was our first round on Pacific Dunes.  Pacific Dunes is a Tom Doak design.  Doak is one of my favorites.

Pacific Dunes

Following the round at Pacific Dunes, we had a great lunch in the Pacific Dunes clubhouse.

The afternoon round was a repeat of Old MacDonald Golf Links. “Old Mac” played a little less crazy today, vs the non-stop 30-40mph winds we had a couple of days ago. An enjoyable and challenging walk with a ton of elevation changes.

Old MacDonald – 18th Hole

It was hard to keep concentration up and hit good golf shots as the day progressed. It is easy to push it hard here at Bandon Dunes.

This evening hit “The Punchbowl” for a friendly putting competition. The Punchbowl is a huge putting area with severe sloping, and 18 actual holes to play. Think the Himalayas at the Old Course in St Andrews.

The Punchbowl

Tomorrow our group decided to take some time to rest in the morning and not play a full 36 holes. We will play Pacific Dunes in the afternoon after recuperating in the morning. I’ve decided to do some “research” on the spa here, and get a massage to work out a lot of my stiff back and leg muscles.

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