Golf Club of Dublin offers golfers one of the most unique and memorable golf experiences in the Midwest. The 18-Hole Championship layout was designed by Hurdzan/Fry Golf Design. The Club's sod face bunkers and stacked stone walls leave a lasting impression on players of any skill level. A 10,000 sq ft Tudor-style clubhouse complements the outstanding golf course design and puts the finishing touch on the Irish theme of the property and its surrounding neighborhood.Use our Dublin vacation generator to arrange your visit to Golf Club of Dublin and other attractions in Dublin.
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The Club always has great events. The food is normally pretty good, but during the events is just average. I love enjoying drinks and the sunset on the patio more »
I think they are trying to weed out bad golfers by hiking the price but the course doesn't reflect the lofty green fees. Save your money$$ more »
This is a nice course but $70 for a non-bent grass course is a little much, and the course is not very challenging - very little water, green side bunkers etc... and the greens are very large. In my o... more »
Really nice links course with a wonderful staff. Pin placements on GCD's expansive greens will vary your shot selection from day to day.
Lovely practice area, Fairways were nice but the greens got a bit fuzzy on the back 9. For the price I would of expected the greens to be mowed and rolled daily. GPS on the golf carts is a nice touch but don't rely solely on them as they like to reset often during your round. Other than that it was a very pleasant experience. I would recommend it if you don't mind paying about $20-30 more than your usual public course.
Golf club of Dublin is tucked away in a residential area but you don't feel like you're in the suburbs. This is the nicest course I've been to in the Columbus area. The golf carts have touch screen navigation built in so you can keep score and contact the clubhouse if needed. Speaking of the clubhouse, it's really nice! Pretty decent food, a full bar and a pretty extensive pro shop.
First course I've played in the area. Nice links course. Well maintained; well priced for good value. Greens were difficult to hold which made the bump and run game important. Nice mix of water hazards on the course. Would gladly play again. The course web site indicates the intent was to make the golfer feel like they had an experience similar to Carnoustie or Turnberry. Having played both as well as Erin Hills, the comparison is hard to make; however, the experience was very enjoyable. Practice facilities are very good...and busy. The view up the fairway on the 18th tee did bring me back to Scotland. Not knowing what other public courses are like in the area, the 4.0 rating is a little conservative and might be higher as I learn the area public courses.
Worked with Shannon who reps this company. The gentlemen is very demanding, rude and controlling. He refused to pay his bill and when we had canceled his services due to non payment, he started to post negative things on line about our company. I would highly recommend to collect your money form this company before you do any with them.
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