Dundas Parks Golf Club
Coursetype: A scenic parkland course, gently undulating with a mixture of short par 3s protected by trees and bunkers and long narrow holes which can be a challenge.
Number Of Holes: 9
Yardage: From the white tees 3162 yards
2 X 9 Holes
Bar/Restaurant: Catering available on competition days however visiting parties can request catering for their visit. 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
Drinks/Snacks: Available from the clubhouse
Changing Facilities: The Ladies and Gents locker rooms provide changing facilities for the visitor
Shower Facilities: None Available
Scorecard and layout
Dundas Parks Golf Club Scorecard and Course Layout. Click or Tap Image to see full size
Pro-Shop: There is a small club shop that stocks some golfers clothing, tees balls etc
Golf Club Hire: Some clubs available to hire, best to check to ensure availabilty
Buggy Hire: None Available
Trolley Hire: Pull trolleys available to hire
Practice Area: Small practice area
Putting Practice: Practice putting green available
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In their Words…….
Dundas Parks Golf Club was founded in 1957. The park was originally farmland owned by the nearby Dundas Castle located on the outskirts of South Queensferry with beautiful views of Edinburgh and the Pentlands Hills. The course will test the skills of all players, no matter what their abilities are.
It is a wonderful 9 hole course played twice, so players have the opportunity to repeat their good shots or learn from the experience. If time is short, then 9 holes is just the answer. The course has gentle inclines so moderate exercise rather than a leg aching experience.
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