The Golf Club of Dublin offers the only true links golf experience in the Midwest and features fescue turf, stacked stone walls, over 70-hand-stacked-sod face bunkers and water detention areas on just about every hole. The greens are enormous, square shaped and very fast. Fairways are generous enough for the casual golfer and flanked by water hazards and bunkers enough to challenge the low-handicapper.
The Golf Club of Dublin is the centerpiece of the Ballantrae neighborhood, a 640-acre residential community. The Tudor-style clubhouse and course design set the tone for the Irish theme of this unique neighborhood.
Year Built: 2002
Architect: Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry
Course Length: 7,021 yards