Dundas Parks Golf Club is a fairly gentle undulating course but don’t be fooled the 9 hole course has a mixture of short par 3s protected by trees and bunkers and long narrow holes which can be a challenge. The clubhouse has separate changing areas for Gents / Ladies with a lounge to relax and socialise in. We have catering on competition days (10am – 2:30pm) and visiting parties can request catering to be provided. The lounge also has a self service trust bar where refreshments are available to all and our expectation is we trust all golfers to make a suitable donation. During the few sunny days a year (summer) you can relax with a refreshment on the decking while you watch the ninth hole being played.
Dundas Parks Golf Club Practice Area
Dundas Parks Golf Club Clubhouse
Dundas Parks Golf Club 1ST – PAR 4
A fairly simple opening hole, watch out for the bunker with your drive to leave a chip onto the elevated green.
The green has two tiers.
Dundas Parks Golf Club 2ND – PAR 5
A challenging hole for most , keep it down the middle and play to be on the green in three.
The green slopes from right to left
Dundas Parks Golf Club 3RD – PAR 4
One of the longest PAR 4 holes on the course.
The green is flat and generous in size.
Dundas Parks Golf Club 4TH – PAR 4
This is one of the shortest PAR 4s on the course with bunkers either side of the fairway.
The green slopes gently right to left and can be firm in the summer.
Dundas Parks Golf Club 5TH – PAR 4
Pheasant Copse –
An undulating hole which can make it difficult to see the pin unless your drive is near the top of the hill.
The green is split level and can be firm on the left hand side in summer.
Dundas Parks Golf Club 6TH – PAR 4
Mons Hill –
Teeing from an elevated position this dogleg hole looks fairly tame until you realise there is out of bounds down the right side of the fairway and substantial rough down the left.
The green is raised towards you with a large dropoff at the rear of the green.
Dundas Parks Golf Club 7TH – PAR 3
A short hole protected by a bunker on the left of the green and a substantial tree covering the right side.
The green sloped from back to front which can lead to some interesting putting.
Dundas Parks Golf Club 8TH – PAR 4
Roon The Bend –
A tricky hole with a bunker at the dogleg and a ditch across the fairway.
The green is flat with raised surrounds which helps to gather the ball towards the hole.
Dundas Parks Golf Club 9TH – PAR 3
A short hole which had its green rebuilt in 2013.
The green is flat with out of bounds to the rear. Let us know what you think about it.