Dalmuir Municipal Golf Course
|Red (W)||70||4910 yards|
|White M: 61.1/105||280||226||418||152||298||303||300||317||288||2582||266||176||92||419||200||150||367||354||439||2463||5045|
|Red W: 64.9/105||260||216||410||145||298||303||294||313||288||2527||266||169||92||406||158||143||367||354||428||2383||4910|
Food & BeverageRestaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Showers, Lockers, Locker Rooms
This course was a nightmare
Greens absolutely covered with sand, 3 greens out of use and flag on the fairway. No map to tell what direction flags are in, and sometimes difficult to find the right direction for the next hole.
Would not recommend
11 decent holes
Greens were not bad although a few heavily sanded. A bit muddy and damp in places but good value for money and if you want a good workout then the last 6 holes will give you that. Golf and hill walking combined especially up the 13th and 17th.where the greens could have easily been better placed to make them reachable in regulation.
Not sure what the designer was thinking with the second hole either building a pyramid mound in the middle of the fairway and a blind second shot??
Golf pro was welcoming though and pace of play good.
Wet wet wet
Not played Dalmuir in over 25 years ,having rained heavy overnight and was still raining at tee off the course was very wet,it brought back memories and I also forgot how physical the last 5 holes were ,but overall we had a great day
Course is great value for money at £10 probably cheapest in Glasgow area. Reasonably set out out and generally straight forward with a few challenging holes.
Holds too much water in places. Hilly back 9 for less able players.
No frills though does have a reasonably stocked shop with helpful staff.
Ideal for players on a budget
Cheap but not enjoyable
Not the best of courses, layout pretty abismol. Some very challenging holes, but course in a fairly poor condition to play them. Greenkeepers shouting and Not maintaining etiquette from the joining holes and failed to clear out of the way while excavating a bunker on one hole for play. Won’t sadly return
dry but wet
it had been raining for days so lost a lot of balls due to them being plugged in the ground. and could not find them more so on the lower part of the course.
this was information that had been given by the club pro before we set off. apart from that had a lovely sunny day and a fantastic round of golf.
After all we do live in Scotland where it rains most days so to get a round in the sun was lovely.
Rough Rough Rough!
Walked off the course by the fourth hole after seeing two semi-naked guys urinating all over the green and so drunk they could hardly stand... they were also trying to play a round of golf. I reckon there were more peaceful tours of Afghanistan than a round of golf here!
Good wee challenging course
Great condition for a municipal course.
Bunkers need sorting out but other than that it's a tidy course.
4 ball first time at course
Good course, some nice holes, course isn’t well signposted though, impossible to know where the greens are from a large majority of the holes - should have hole layout on the scorecards or on the tee box plaque. For new players to the course it’s very difficult to keep score down due to not knowing where to play to and having to lay up on a lot.
Very hilly course not for the feint hearted.
Greens we’re great and really challenging, big breaks and slow pace caused havoc which made it really enjoyable.
Overall would play the course again 100%
Good test of your abilities
Excellent parkland course. Well layed out, fairways and greens in good condition. A good test of your golfing abilities for all levels.
Not Bad For A Council Course
Was desperately looking for a course to play on a Saturday morning, most were closed for visitors due to competitions & COVID. Course itself was ok, first 12 holes are enjoyable with a few challeneges, and the last 6 holes become a very tough walk up and down a hill. Greens were good, although with it being a council course the standard/etiquette of golfer may not be as good and there were loads of unrepaired pitchmarks. The fairways were pretty long, and the bunkers were unplayable, rock hard sand and full of weeds. Overall, it is worth the £15 I paid to get a game on a Saturday morning but I wouldn’t rush back.
A course with a fantastic array of holes ranging from the usually easy wee drop to a very long and uphill road hole. You deffo need to be fit as it is very undulating at times but overall an absolute gem and cheap as chips and I love it .