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Dyker Beach Golf Course

Dyker Beach Golf Course

7th Avenue & 86th Street Brooklyn, NY 11228 URL:   Course Website

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Dyker Beach Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole championship course located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York, below the shadows of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge. Come experience lush, green fairways and top-notch greens set amidst the hustle and bustle of Brooklyn. Dyker Beach Golf Course is convenient to get to, located close to both the Belt Parkway and the BQE. If you are using public transportation we are just 4 blocks from the R Train Station and across the street from a Manhattan express bus stop. We look forward to seeing you at Dyker Beach Golf Course!

Course Information for Dyker Beach Golf Course

Facility Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
1 golf course(s)
Managed by American Golf Corporation

Dyker Beach Golf Course Information:
General: 18 hole regulation length course
Municipal golf course
Designed by John Van Kleek
71 par, 6,548 yards
70.5 rating, 116 slope
Just Golf facility

Green Fees: Weekend: $43.50 *
* includes golf cart where available

Staff: Contact: Jeff DeFranco, General Manager
Golf Professional: Jeff DeFranco

Course Notes:

Shot accuracy is a must. Place the ball below the hole.

Putting Green
Chipping Area
Food & Beverage Available
Pull Carts
Rental Clubs
Indoor Practice Facility

Walking Allowed
Softspike Facility
PGA Facility

Front Nine
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Out
Mens 393 163 369 447 427 461 379 211 401 3251
Ladies 350 140 336 418 370 420 320 150 340 2844
Handicap 14 18 12 4 8 2 6 16 10  
Par 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 3 4 35
Back Nine
Hole 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 In
Mens 423 201 358 493 423 183 494 374 348 3297
Ladies 380 172 290 418 370 152 420 330 320 2852
Handicap 5 17 9 3 7 15 1 13 11  
Par 4 3 4 5 4 3 5 4 4 36

Brooklyn, NY

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Dyker Beach Golf Course 3.4 5 20 20
Most of the Greens were aerated or provisional yet we paid full price The course had several provisional greens and atleast a dozen aerated greens. I received no pre-notification of the conditions and we paid FULL PRICE. ...FAIL April 3, 2014
Very slow play It took 3hr and 15min to play 9 holes. We paid for 18 holes and only got to play 9 . We had scheduled a 12:12 tee time and got to the course at 11:45. Our group stood on the 1st tee for at least 45 min. before we could too off. The course really could use a starter and course marshall to speed up play and keep things moving. There was at least a 15 to 20 min wait on each of the first 6 holes. After the 6th wait time was only about 10 min. . I would not play this course again. November 17, 2013
Good course for practice This course is wide, flat and well maintained so it is good for practice. But it was crowded in weekend. October 28, 2013
Decent Course / Easy Access by subway / 5+ hour rounds Played a couple of rounds on weekends. Pros: * Easy to get to by train * Good greens -very fast (and less break than you read) * Moderately Challenging (no water in play, but some long holes and greens guarded by bunkers that are decently maintained) Cons: * 5+ hour rounds (atleast on Weekends) * Dry fairways and greens (means tough to control the distance even from fairway and certainly from around the greens) * No driving range * No walking pull carts for rent Overall, it is kept in better condition than other public courses in NYC (which have the same 5 hour round problem). So overall, i would recommend Dyker. Beware : the greens are faasst! I took 8-10 holes to get used to it. If someone from Dyker is reading, please get a ranger and enforce pace of play! October 15, 2013
Jewel of Brooklyn. Plan on 4-5hr time on weekday and 5-6hr playtime on weekend. Most of the par 3s (holes 4, 8, 17) + hole 3 are bottle necks. But that's because its the little jewel of Brooklyn. The course is well maintained. Almost a year since Hurricane Sandy hit, and I don't see any evidence of damage. The fairways are quite wide and open for most holes, making the course quite forgiving. The sand traps are fairly well maintained... some are great, only a few a little bare. The only improvement i would ask for is to install a safety net on hole 9. You are shooting at a straight par5 from an elevated tee box. On the left side is the street and sidewalk only blocked by a 8-9foot fence. Being a lefty, I can't even begin to tell you how many balls I've sliced out there. -Dmitriy T. September 11, 2013
Great value for great course Compare to "other" golf course in the area, this golf course is in much better shape and much better value and the staffs are very friendly September 4, 2013
Historic but painful pace Pleasant setting and design - days of bodies (vehicular or human) in the bunkers and fairways are gone. Decently maintained with clueless grounds crew - they roll greens as you try to putt! Pace of play is ugly. One of first groups off in the morning and it was still a 4.5 hr round. For those coming later, I shudder to think... Historic track I wanted to play - done and no desire to repeat.because of pace. August 16, 2013
Decent value close to Manhattan Played over the weekend so it was packed and it took just over 5 hours. Course needs some work; one or two of the greens were 'beaches' with very little grass growing on them. That said, this is one of the few subway-accessible courses from Manhattan and that bumps up the rating for me. The price also works for me considering the overall costs of getting out to a NJ or LI golf course from the City. August 11, 2013
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