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Tee Time in Florence

Published: July 24, 2017

Have you ever fantasized about golfing the afternoon away after your morning meeting? Us too! What better way to do that than with postcard views of the Oregon Dunes? When you bring your next meeting to the Eugene, Cascades & Oregon Coast region, you can do just that! Florence boasts two affordable links style golf courses for your golfing pleasure. 

Sandpines Golf Links is located on the Oregon Dunes. This award-winning, links-style par-72, 18-hole golf course was designed by Rees Jones. It offers great playing conditions for all levels, year-round.

Ocean Dunes Golf Links

With a unique course layout, breathtaking scenery, and a few unexpected turns, the Ocean Dunes Golf Links brings you a challenging and invigorating golf experience. With a par-71, and a slope of 132, it is set in the sand dunes and offers links-style pot bunkers, sand dunes, beach grass and beautiful views.

Both courses are within 5 miles of major meeting venues in Florence, making for a quick get away and an easy return to the meeting life. Golfing in Florence, Oregon gives you vistas like no other and the unique opportunity to have you golfing and meeting too. It’s a hole-in-one! Now what are you waiting for? Get out there and swing! 

Author: Rebecca Adelman

Meet Rebecca! She most recently worked at Walt Disney World Resort in a variety of roles including events and customer service. A native Oregonian, she is excited to be back in the Pacific Northwest. In her spare time, she enjoys sampling the local wineries & breweries, reading and running.

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