Dunstable Downs Golf Club
The course is situated 2 miles south west of Dunstable on the Whipsnade Road on the crest of the Chiltern Hills nearly 800 feet above sea level.
The Downs are famous as a beauty spot and viewpoint with a panorama taking in 7 counties. The bracing air, the glorious downland turf and the richly varied character of the terrain make it an ideal spot for a golf course.
The Club dates officially from 1906 and today provides one of the best golf courses in Bedfordshire. The course is challenging and very well kept.
The present layout was planned by James Braid and constructed by J.A. Stutt of Paisley (who also constructed the Championship Course at Carnoustie) in 1930. Originally 6,600 yards, the course today measures 6251 yards and features welcoming fairways requiring an infinite variety of approach shots to score well.
Thanks to the chalky subsoil the course is playable for most of the year and is always dry with fast, true contoured greens
Full membership with £600 Joining Fee
£970.00 (Jnr £970.00)