The Dunedin Golf Club is far from any ordinary Florida golf course. Of course, it’s a championship 18 holes in one of the most beautiful, serene countrysides on the west coast of Florida. But it is also historic and a guaranteed blast to play.
You may also be interested to learn that this spectacular course is:
- Designed by legendary golf course architect Donald Ross
- The original home of the PGA of America
- Opened January 1, 1927
- Major renovation in 2006 and 2007 to restore Donald Ross vision
- Dunedin, Florida, is a “sister city” to Stirling, Scotland
- Voted #1 for “Best Golf Course” in Pinellas County in 2016
The Dunedin Golf Club has received so many awards for various aspects of its excellence that they’re nearly impossible to count.
Join the biggest of the big.
When you tee off, you’ll be following in the footsteps of some of the greatest golfers of all time: Al Watrous, Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Bobby Cruickshank, Byron Nelson, Cyril Walker, Gene Sarazen, Harold “Jug” McSpaden, Horton Smith, Jimmy Demaret, Louise Suggs, Sam Snead, Tommy Armour, Walter Hagan, and the great Babe Zaharias and Patty Berg from the LPGA.
In more recent times, these titans of the game have also walked before you: Tommy Aaron, Mark Calcavecchia, John Daly, John Huston, Brittney Lincicome, Ben Crenshaw, Rod Spittle, Bart Bryant, Brad Bryant, Gary Koch, Greg Kraft, Skip Kendall, P.H. Horgan, Jim Dent, Casey Kennedy, Wendy Doolan and many other great tour players.