Dunedin Stirling Links
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|Red W: 55.0/108||129||61||133||148||112||135||68||103||78||967||45||132||115||65||120||152||112||129||98||968||1935|
It is what it is
I hit the driving range and putting range a few times a week there. The course itself is exactly what you would imagine for a $15 round of golf. It is only a par 3 course but is great for working on mid-range Irons and chipping. The biggest gripe is the layout. If you can find your way around the jumbled up mess that make up hole 6-10 then your are way smarter than me. I found that me and many other golfers were confused on where to go next. The fairways are patchy and range in grass thickness from very thick patches to no grass at all. The greens are inconsistent. Some of them have thick patches of clover that drastically slows the ball down. This is terribly frustrating when the rest of the green is in pretty good shape. I would think of this course as a cheap way to work on iron and short-game play.
Very poor condition
You get what you pay for but this course was in terrible shape. The greens reminded me of shag carpet and the whole fairway was basically a sand trap (no grass or very patchy).
I have been there several times this year. The course is in rough shape but ok for irons practice. Recently there were 4 players in front of us, two in the cart and two walking with them. The four were using two sets of clubs. After each hole they stood on green chatting while we waited. I had to yell twice to get them moving. Then we jumped holes to get past them. I complained at pro shop mid way....they did nothing to correct this. I will not be back.
Like playing putt putt
Save your money. This was the worst course I have ever seen in FL and I’m almost embarrassed that others may play on it. The “fairways” are straight crab grass and the “tee boxes” were dirt mounds. Don’t even get me started on the greens....
all of the holes are right on top of each other and it doesn’t even feel like golf. A few of the holes are less than 45 feet from Teebox to flag (for ladies). Also, the carts are gas powered which is fine, just a lot louder. There is no “dress code” - we saw people walking the course in gym shorts and flip flops.
Our friends also played this same course about a year ago and a homeless man tried to sell them used golf balls at one of the tee boxes....
Great course to begin your golf season. Good layout, with enough challenge for use of all clubs.practice greens,chipping area and driving range here as well. Great for the beginner or intermediate golfer.
Nice little course but in poor condition
Lovely location but a bit disappointed in the condition of the course and the greens.
Worth every penny. Great practice for our short game.
Very friendly staff.
Footgolf Course Reserection!
Dunedin Stirling Links Footgolf course has gone through a complete transformation in the last month, they have seeded tee boxes and green that are coming in nicely, stopped over watering the fairways which make for great roll and moved the cups and set them properly below the putting surface and moved them to very appealing and astatically pleasing and fun locations. They have posted direction signage threw out the course and replaced all greens flags. Really a fun and fair set up now. Will bring all my friends, family and other Footgolf club members here. This Dunedin course will make a great Footgolf destination vacation.
Par 3 review
Nice par 3 course. Greens need work they were very rough. Staff was great and good practice for your par 3 troubles!