Dunedin Florida Golf Courses

Dunedin Country Club, The
St. Andrews Links Golf Course

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Dunedin Country Club, The -- Home of PGA/built by Donald Ross
Review by: Ron Simmons I see no mention of this course being the original home of the PGA. It was also built by Donald Ross in about 1927. If you have played other Ross course you will notice similarities. Such as small greens, most build up as a crown. The design gives you many options when chipping. I thought the course was rather well layed out. If you can keep it in the fairway you have a chance at a nice round. If not it means a lot of trouble. You cross a creek on four holes and another hole has a large pond on a dog leg. I enjoyed playing the course very much and the staff is very friendly. I understand they will be rebuilding traps and greens in part of master plan.
From Indiana

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St. Andrews Links Golf Course -- fun/fun
Review by: Paul Sylvester Its a great place to work on your short game.
From USA

Dunedin Country Club, The -- Best kept secret in the Tampa Bay area
Review by: Chuck Callaghan I played Dunedin Country Club and found it to be a hidden gem. It was the home of the PGA in the 40's,50's. This historic Donald Ross designed course is challenging for the length. I used about every club in my bag. Reasonably well maintained and close enough to the Gulf to have a nice sea breeze. What you see is what you get, difficult without being 'tricked' up. Very resonably priced and definitely well worth the fee. "Try it you'll like it".
From Clearwater, Fla.