Brooklyn, New York
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Dyker Beach Golf Course

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1020 86th St
Brooklyn, NY 11228-3241, United States

This 18-hole course is located in the heart of Brooklyn at 7th Avenue and 86th Street, near the Varrazano Narrows Bridge. This was originally a Tom Bendelow design from 1897; John Van Kleek redesigned the course in 1935.

Course Details
GPS Mapped:Yes what is this?
Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:$60 - $74
   Weekend:$60 - $74
General Manager:Jeff DeFranco
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt & Slacks
Season Start:March
Season End:November
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Fairways Grass:Rye, Blue
Driving Range:none
Short Game Practice:yes
Water Hazards:None
Sand Bunkers:Moderate

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  GolfSmith7 - 8/9/13
I really enjoyed this course and look forward to playing it again!
  stso0000 - 8/7/13
For a NYC muni course, this is place is decent. There are better places to play but just for sheer convenience, this place deserves consideration.
  jackinbklyn - 5/1/11
plays fair and is usually in good shape for a public course. too slow on the weekends. when clubs are playing expect delays. many times more club players come out than the alloted tee slots, you can be pushed back quite a bit.
  withdrew - 3/19/08
Nice course for being in Brooklyn.
Value, what can I say- It's a public course and I'm a NYC resident. Less than $40 on a weekend, that's not too bad. The pace was pretty slow on the back 9. We had a 5:47AM yes that's PRE-DAWN tee-time, which started out great but came to a crawl on the back. You can't expect to do much better on the busiest GC on the east coast. Maintenance, again you're talking about a Brooklyn Muni so you get your share of hackers and people with no sense as far as etiquette, fixing divots, ball marks, etc. so it's really not bad considering. I heard someone say that it's the best they've seen Dyker in years, so I guess that's a good thing. Hospitality was great, everyone was friendly. Scenery, what's better than the Poly Prep Clock and the Verrazano Narrows Bridge?
  jhcreedon - 9/3/07
For a city course, it is a pretty good deal. Easy to get to for Manhattanites (take the R train to 86th, and walk/cab a few blocks). Although it can get packed, and hackers abound, you can't beat the value -- decent variety of shots, some interesting doglegs, and surprisingly good green maintenance. You'll only find better city courses on Staten Island. PS Dyker is totally renovating their clubhouse, so watch for the opening in 2008. Also, Dyker is building a 6-hole kid's golf center which will be free for children 6-13. The money came from Tiger Woods. TRIVIA: Dyker Beach is the course where Tiger Woods' father fell in love with the game--he frequently played it while he was stationed at Fort Hamilton.
  irlmchan - 10/20/14
  Jorge Calle - 10/18/14
  yisrael.gilbert - 7/6/14
  legitimatebeef - 5/3/13
  vin574 - 3/10/13
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Best Score: 72

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Score Golfer Date
74 wildcat2006 5/16/15
74 tommymitch19 8/16/12
73 williamlee_amt 4/16/12
74 yellowducky 6/11/15
76 jlnovosad 7/12/09
75 acecrackyo1 4/20/13
75 jhub 6/23/15
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