Rated 5 out of 5 by travelguy49 A GREAT TIME AT DYKER BEACH GOLF COURSE
WHEN YOU PLAY GOLF AT DYKER YOU FEEL THAT YOUR IN THE COUNTRY NOT IN THE MIDDLE OF NYC. THE 18 HOLES OFFER PARS RANGING FROM THREE TO FIVE AND THE COURSE IS PERFECT FOR BOTH THE SEASONED AND BEGINNER GOLFER.THE STAFF IS VERY FRIENDLY , KNOWLEDGEABLE AND ACCOMODATING. PEOPLE WHO ARRIVE BY CAR HAVE NO PROBLEM PARKING AS THERE IS A HUGE PARKING LOT. PEOPLE DRIVE TO DYKER FROM SUFFOLK AND WESTCHESTER COUNTIES AND FROM NEW JERSEY.I HAVE PLAYED GOLF WITH BOTH THE YOUNG AND OLD AT DYKER AS WELL AS AN OCCASIONAL TOURIST FROM EUROPE. I RECOMMEND THAT EVERYONE PLAY A ROUND AT DYKER AS IT IS REALLY A :GEM OF A GOLF COURSE.
August 28, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by wogian Slow
Everything about it was slow. Slow start. We started 40 minutes after our reserved tee time. Slow pace of play. Waited about 5 minutes every hole. Slow greens. Greens were terribly slow. Needed to hit with full swings to go 12 feet. Ball would slow down going down a hill.
August 25, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by rscally Go somewhere else
Be sure to call the course before you play and ask about aeration schedule. They don't tell you and don't discount you at all for poor course conditions as the better courses do. They also put as many players as humanly possible, no staggered tee times, all they want is money. Expect a very long day.
August 25, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by u00000539047 Brooklyn golf
Most poorly run course anywhere. Five to six hour rounds are the norm, and golfers can expect the course to be running 45 minutes to 90 minutes behind in tee times. They often allow 5-somes, golfers without clubs. and marshal's are scarce.
The course is OK, but beat up by too much use, and you will be aggravated for sure if you survive 18 holes.
August 6, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by TMadeNice This course has changed for the better!
The last time I played this course was over ten years ago. Plenty has changed for the better. It's great to see the Clubhouse being used for various enterprises, new restaurant, quaint Pro Shop, and other facilities. Friendly staff, challenging but slow greens which you'll get used to after a few holes, a very nice Academy Training Center. I brought a friend in from Chicago who requested playing golf within the city limits, and he was pleasantly surprised, and pleased with the conditions. My friend never felt like he was on a New York City course with so much greenery, and barely signs of the outside other than sirens, and a few horns blowing. Played Monday morning and the round was just over 4 hours, but moving. I would recommend this course to a friend.
August 4, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by u00000311217 SUCH A SHAME
I live in Brooklyn but will not subject myself to this torture again. Played on 7/26/15 and walked off the course after playing 12 holes in 4 1/2 hours. The marshals have no idea how to keep groups moving, and the starter is buddies with most of the regulars so don't be surprised if a foursome gets slipped in front of you at the last minute. Do yourself a favor and travel the extra hour to find a course other than Dyker. Your golf experience will be much better any place else but here. It's really too bad because this place could be so much better if managed properly.
If you want to enjoy a nice round of golf go somewhere else.
July 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by ajrios01 I highly recommend Dyker Beach Golf Club
I was in Brooklyn for only the weekend, and decided to try Dyker Beach Golf Course for the first time. It was truly well worth it. Good value, friendly staff, and the course was in excellent condition.
July 12, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by u000005913883 Good course
Very good course for a city track. Greens rolled well. Lines were kept. Fairways are cut and well kept. Only down side is that nobody fixes ball marks anymore. Rule of golf : urs plus one.
July 10, 2015