Ocean Dunes Golf Links: 11th teeOcean Dunes Golf Links

Ocean Dunes Golf Links
3345 Munsel Lake Rd
Florence, Oregon 97439
Lane County

Phone(s): (800) 468-4833, (503) 997-3232
Fax: (541) 902-6523
Website: threeriverscasino.com/golf

Designed by William G. Robinson, Ocean Dunes Golf Links is an 18-hole unique, challenging and enjoyable golf experience. With a par of 71, and a slope of 124, it is nestled in the sand dunes of the Oregon coast. This true golf links, with the native plant materials such as Scotch broom, wax myrtle, shore pines and native rhododendrons offers the golfers a memorable setting. Built on a natural sand base, Ocean Dunes provides the golfer with a dry, firm playing surface year round. It offers links style pot bunkers, a double green, sand dunes, beach grass and beautiful views.

Ocean Dunes Golf Links
3.5 stars out of 5 (based on 7 reviews)
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Ocean Dunes Golf Links: View from the 11th teeA view of hole #12 at Ocean Dunes Golf Links.A sunny day view of a fairway at Ocean Dunes Golf Links.A view of a fairway at Ocean Dunes Golf Links.The two tiered putting green is large and well manicured. Sand practice from a pot bunker is not pictured but available to the left of the green.The driving range is open with grass tees. Irons OnlyThe Ocean Dunes Golf Links Clubhouse provides a wide variety of services. A full service pro shop and cafe are available. The putting green is partly pictured.Ocean Dunes #18: Hole #18 is a great finish to a wonderful round. The photo was taken from the elevated tee. The fairway opens to the left and thick trees line the left. You can see the numerous bunkers. Ocean Dunes #17: A breathtaking view of the 17th green from the tee area. The hole is 150 yards out and 60 feet down from the blue tees so correct club selection is important. Bunkers guard the right side and trees are left.Ocean Dunes #10: Hole #10 is a short par 4 that runs uphill and slightly left. Three pot bunkers guard the right fairway on your approach shot.Ocean Dunes #5: Hole #5 is a tricky dogleg right that runs uphill. This photo was taken from the back left side of the green. You can see the hazards that await an errant approach shot.Ocean Dunes #4: Hole #4 is a sharp dogleg left about half way to the two tiered green. The fairway rolls down and then up to the green. Large mounds of rough surround the green with one very large and deep grass bunker to the right.Ocean Dunes #3: Hole #3 is 120 yards from the blues with a 65' ravine between you and the green. Too much club will leave you with a down hill chip shot to a green that slants towards the ravine. Ocean Dunes #2: This par 5 starts from an elevated tee and then dogleg's right to an elevated green. The tee area is located in the distance above the two trees jutting into the fairway. Two more large bunkers are located on the other side of the green an

Golf course details

  • Holes: 18
  • Designed by: Bill Robinson, Todd Eckenrode
  • Public/Private: Semi-Private/Resort
  • Year opened: 1961
  • Golf Season: Year round
  • Guest Policy: Open
  • Tee times welcomed: Yes
  • Fairways: Winer Rye Grass
  • Greens: Bent Grass


  • Pro in house: Yes
  • Driving range: Yes
  • Rental clubs: Yes
  • Rental carts: Yes - $28

Green fees price ranges

  • Week days: $48
  • Weekends: $48

Course policies

  • Metal spikes allowed: Yes
  • Dress code:
  • Credit cards accepted: VISA, MasterCard Welcomed

Length, slope and rating for each tee

Tee Par Yardage Slope Rating
Blue 71 5894 0 0
Red 71 5009 0 0
White 71 5481 0 0

Reader Ratings / Reviews

  • Ocean Dunes Golf Links
    1 stars out of 5
    by Stephen Peterson
    on August 28th, 2016 20:18
    Terrible all the way around. Fairways were dead and muddy. Greens were only ok. Shop staff made me pay double for a full cart and told me that I needed to find someone else to ride with and I can "just settle up with them" instead of charging me for my rightful half of the cart. Never again will I play this course.
  • Ocean Dunes Golf Links
    4.5 stars out of 5
    by Dan Morris
    on November 27th, 2015 08:24
    Not sure what course the guy that said this wasn't much more then an executive course was thinking?
    Sure, there are a few short par 4's, but accuracy and shot shaping is needed to score low. It could also be that their are some narrow fairways that "blasters" will never master.
    There are some magnificent par 3's that have elevation drops that will require some careful consideration of what club to use.
    The staff, and members (Bob and Gary), who wouldn't hear of me playing solo! Let me tell you, local knowledge is a plus on this course.
    Even though the course is protected by the surrounding pines, if you forget to take into account of the wind up above, you will lose a stroke!
    The faiways and greens are very good, I recommend taking a cart as it is hilly terrain and distance between green and tee box can be a journey in of itself.
    For the price of admission, you've got to play this course.
  • Ocean Dunes Golf Links
    4 stars out of 5
    by Brent Beevers
    on May 05th, 2015 12:06
    Course is well-laid out and has just enough challenges to keep you interested. My wife and I had a good time golfing here. Staff was helpful and friendly.
  • Ocean Dunes Golf Links
    4 stars out of 5
    by neal templar
    on June 09th, 2014 17:38
    Awesome! A little bit of everything gives you a challenge on every shot. Small well groomed greens make that birdie much more rewarding. A lot of recent pruning, tree removal and bunker repairs has given the course a whole new feeling.
  • Ocean Dunes Golf Links
    5 stars out of 5
    by stephen jones
    on April 16th, 2014 15:54
    this course is awesome!!! totally different from the last time i played. they have way more staff who are all very friendly. the course looks better then i have ever seen it, tight greens, tight fairways. very challenging but very fun.

    Anyone who tells you its not a good well maintained golf course hasnt seen it get better and better the last few years!
  • Ocean Dunes Golf Links
    2 stars out of 5
    by Peter
    on August 12th, 2013 10:51
    Nice links-like course protected from much of the coastal winds. However, it's not much more than an executive course.
  • Ocean Dunes Golf Links
    4.5 stars out of 5
    by Rod Chestnut
    on June 06th, 2013 08:38
    The fairways are tight and so are the greens. I really enjoy this course. More protected from the coastal weather then other courses in area. This course has improved the last couple of years. They seem to be opening the fairways up a little. Lots of fun.
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