Dunedin Golf Club
This public course, designed by golf architect Donald Ross, was voted 2012 Best Ceremony & Reception Venue at the Bride's Choice Awards from WeddingWire. It is the original home of the PGA Tour and the PGA Merchandise Show. The course first opened on January 1, 1927 and over the years, a number of golfing legends have played there. The course offers banquet facilities and a full-service club house. The on site restaurant is open to the public. Dunedin Golf Club observes a dress code in the clubhouse and also on the golf course. Check out the course's website for detailed information, or follow Dunedin on Twitter or Linked In .
- Fax: 727-734-0189
- Hours: Tee times available up to five days in advance. We also offer Senior tee settings.
- Handicap Accessible: Yes
- Contact email: email@example.com
- Founding Date: 1/1/1927 Celebrating our 85th Anniversary! Former home of the PGA.
- Payments accepted: Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Parking: Free lot
- Private events: Yes
- What makes this community special?: Dunedin Golf Club welcomes the Public for both Golf and Dining, all you need is a Tee Time 727-733-7836 or a Reservation 727-733-2134 x210.
- Features: Breakfast, Dinner
- Membership info: Golf & Social Membership, call for details 727.733.2134 x 235
- Public/Private: Public
- Number of courses: 1
- Aggregate number of holes: 18
- Par: 72
- USGA rating: Tee Name - USGA Course Rating (18): Blue, 71.3; red, 70.1; white, 69.7; silver, 64.8; gold, 67.9
- Facilities: Driving range, Pro shop, Putting green, Restaurant
- Services: Equipment rentals, Golf carts, Group clinics, Kids' classes, On-course beverage service, Parties/banquets, Private instruction
- Par 3: Yes
- Tee settings: Men's, Women's
- Casual attire: No
- Who's the most well-known golfer to have played this course?: Al Watrous, Babe Zaharais, Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Bobby Cruickshank, Byron Nelson, Cyril Walker, Gene Sarazen, Harold "Jug" McSpaden, Horton Smith, Jimmy Demaret, Louise Suggs, Sam Snead, Tommy Armour, Walter Hagan, Babe Zaharias and Patty Berg .