Golf Societies are welcome at Dudsbury Golf Club 7 Days a week.
Whether you are planning your first society trip or making a return visit, Dudsbury Golf Club is the perfect destination. Not only can you expect a superior and friendly service, we can also boast a fantastic championship golf course, crisscrossed with numerous little streams, nine lakes and picturesque Purbeck stone bridges.
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About The Championship Course
Situated in a convenient location on the outskirts of Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch the Championship Course was designed by Donald Steel and opened in 1992.
Overlooked by the clubhouse with its south facing elevated position, course is set in 160 acres of beautiful Dorset countryside rolling gently down to the River Stour on the far side of the course.
The par 71 course has four sets of tees, Blue (Championship: 6,904 yds) White (Club Medal: 6,606 yds) Yellow (Mens: 6,190 yds) and Red (Ladies: 5,856 yds). These offer varying degrees of difficulty for players from the professional to the higher handicap player.
The wind at Dudsbury can often play a decisive role as can the lakes, streams and ditches which come into play on no less than fourteen holes! The fairways are lush and make easy walking. The greens have been constructed to USGA specification and are sand based, well drained and receptive. Along with the numerous water hazards they are also protected by large bunkers.
Every hole has a different look, and save your best golf for the finish. The 15th, a lovely drop-down par 3 surrounded on 3 sides by bunkers, is followed by our feature hole, the 16th. To reach the green you must negotiate 2 lakes and a stream – the more aggressive the drive the greater the reward. The 17th, a long uphill par 5 is not for the faint hearted, and then the 18th . Your round finishes with a climb to the clubhouse up a fairway protected to the right with trees, and 3 large bunkers to the left. The clubhouse in the distance is always a welcome sight.