6 reviews of Dollar Golf Club
Played this course (19th Feb 2012), conditions were bit frosty to begin with, later thawing out.
Course was in general good condition, though greens frozen, but still in play which was good to see. Direction markers were present, but poor, and often mis-leading. Course layout also bit confusing with several faiways doubling up in opposite directions, causing more confusion. Terrain was very hilly, and would not recommend to anyone who was "unfit", we felt like we never really got our breath back until about 13th hole !!!!
I'd describe the course as Links golf, on a mountain side.
It will be enjoyable to some, and not so much to others. I think it will be a while before I'm back.
Played this course whilst on holiday with my 14 year old son. Right from the start we were made to feel very welcome and this was just the start of a wonderful days golf. The course is in great condition to say there are only 2 green keepers. Even after a lot of rain the course was very playable. Every hole was very different and all a challange. The unique thing about the course is that there are no bunkers however there are plenty of other dangers to be aware of. Yes the views are fantastic. A long slog this is not, a course where you have to hit a good ball and think it is. Will we return? I hope so!
I have played this course a number of times now and I just love it. The views are terrific and the course tricky but managable. I was surprised therefor to see it described in one of these reports as a long slog. The course is less than 6,000 yards from the medal tees and a lot less for visitors. With a course record of 57 it can be neither long nor a slog. The course could do with a few distance marker posts but the map on the back of the scorecard makes it almost impossible to get lost. In short, this is a course well worth a visit by those who want to play on a traditional Scottish inland course.It is a little hilly but who wants to play on a flat featureless field.
Played Dollar yesterday (8th November 2003)The views across the Forth Valley were superb, the course had another 4 persons on it and the weather was clear with no wind.
I play off 15.6 and managed to go round in 3 over Par.Most of the Tees in the winter are forwad but some are further back .
The greens are small but in superb condition and were like lightning.
Not bad considering its the Middle of November.This is well worth a visit over the winter.
Well, well, Dollar golf club made it on to the internet! I am a resident of Dollar but currently at university in Alabama, USA. I have, as most of the residents of Dollar shall know, been a member at this course for the last 8 years. Over this time I have had some very good but also very bad scores here, my best being an 11 under par while playing with my mate one day in a bounce match, however my point is that this is the type of course you can never tell how good you are going to play, it can bite you badly even at the best of times. It's well worth a game even if it's just for the beautiful views.
Very Exciting To See Dollar Golf Course On The Www . My First Job When I Was A Kid Was At The Club House Serving Meals! My Parents(elspeth & Gilbert Doull) Were The Captains Together Back In The Late Seventies. It Is A Great Course But You`d Better Watch Out For The Sheep! Good Drinks In The Pub! Rsvp. All The Way From Canada, Fiona Richards.email@example.com
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