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1030 86th Street & 7th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY  11228
United States
P: (718) 836-9722
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www.dykerbeachgc.com
Dyker Beach Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

71 par | 6,548 yards | 116 slope

70.5 rating


Dyker Beach Golf Course


The 18-hole "Dyker Beach" course at the Dyker Beach Golf Course facility in Brooklyn, New York features 6,548 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 70.5 and it has a slope rating of 116. Designed by John Van Kleek, the Dyker Beach golf course opened in 1920. American Golf Corporation manages this facility, with Jim Gibson as the General Manager.

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Reviewed October 08, 2013

Good muny course. ..greens trampled from bring stampeded. Closer to the hole the more beaten.

Reviewed January 31, 2012

A convenient, decent NYC muni course.

Played Dyker Beach on a late January, 40 degree Sunday. The weather was a bit warmer than average, but still cool enough to keep most golfers at home. As such, we played Dyker Beach in just 3 1/2 hours! That is a rarety - summer rounds here can take up to 6 hours.

Dyker Beach is a fairly straightforward, decent course. Best stretch of holes in my opinion are holes 4 through 8. Hole 4 is a downhill par 3 followed by #5, a dogleg par 4, #6, a slight dogleg par 5, then #7, a challenging uphill par 4 with a nice view of the Verrazano Bridge, then #8, a dipsy do par 3. There a few 400+ yard par 4 challenges (4 of them in all from the white tees - there is even a 400 yard par 4 from the ladies tees - a rarity), but otherwise the course is fairly straightforward and not very difficult.

Check out www.golfzing.com for deals. Full price for this course with a cart is a rip - it is about $76, even in the winter, but you can find some decent discounts on Golfzing. We paid $43 for 18 holes plus cart. The course is fairly flat and compact and therefore easy to walk if you desire.

One nice feature of Dyker Beach is its location in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. It is only a three long block walk from the R Train, so city folk without a car can play this course without hitting up Zip Car.

In summary, decent NYC muni course assessable by public transport, look for deals on www.golfzing.com.

Reviewed August 21, 2010

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Reviewed July 27, 2009

Reviewed May 02, 2009

This course was pretty good, it was clean well kept, lots to drink, the people were friendly and funny, the course was very hard considering my handicap, what course isn't. The experience was good, the only thing that I didn't like was that they were an hour delayed (not their fault), and we had to use a trailer insted of using the pro shop.
Will play there again.

Reviewed March 14, 2009

Not as badly maintained as people say. I enjoy playing there and always will. Besides, this is where Tiger woods's father caught the golf bug.

Reviewed April 03, 2008

Walk it after 5pm in the summer and it's a great value... Plays very slow though during the day, so make sure you have the time to finish the 18. Should be nice when they finally finish the clubhouse and there's a place to eat/drink beyond the trailer. It's too close to my house not to play it though, to be honest.

Reviewed March 30, 2008

Reviewed December 07, 2007

@$!*%r is heavily used course so it shows considerable wear. That said, the course is not bad and reasonably well maintained. Waits are long though, they do little to move things along once you're on and the staff isn't what one would call customer oriented. Clubhouse was getting a makeover this past year. Maybe that makeover will have broader effect.

Reviewed October 22, 2007

Bring a hammer to make sure your tee stays in the ground, this course is always busy and the ground can get compacted. Great views of the Verazzano Bridge. A sometimes rowdy crowd gets going on the patio - lots of beer gets poured after a round.

Reviewed September 05, 2007

Reviewed June 04, 2007

No concern for their customers

I had a late cancellation and was charged the full amount for the unfulfilled reservation. Fine, that's a standard policy in most places. Then the general manager sent out a fourth golfer with my group for the back nine, and didn't refund half of the fee I paid for the extra "phantom" golfer. So he ended up making double the income for the back nine, but because he said he "could have sent the guy off the front", he refused to refund me half the fee, and essentially charged us as a fivesome for the back nine. I fail to see how this is fair. When I asked him why he needed to charge us double for the back nine, he acted like it was a personal attack that I couldn't fill the 4th spot on my reservation and treated me like I broke a law. I paid him his money, he should have followed policy and charged us only once for the back nine.

I also agree with the poster below who took issue with the pace of play. The people here obviously have no idea how to manage a course. There is always at least a 30 minute wait to get off the first tee, and as stated there's nobody to tell slower golfers to pick up the pace. They're more interested in getting as many groups on the course as they can than they are about the experience their customers have.

Reviewed March 21, 2007

Greatly Improved in Past Couple of Years

A fun to play course in the city limits of NYC. I've been told that it handles more rounds per year than any course in the Northeast, but very rarely looks beat up. It's obvious that the operators have recently invested some dough into this course. Toughest hole is a 160-175 yard par three where you have to hit it high and don't miss the green or prepare for a 5 (or higher). A huge valley seperates the tee and green. Fair and fun otherwise for the low handicapper and the weekend warrior. Can't wait for the weather to warm up.

Reviewed August 24, 2006

Dyker Beach

Nice local muni but it could stand some improvements. Currently undergoing major renovations to the club house, otherwise it is in fine condition.

Reviewed July 24, 2006

WORST GOLF COURSE EVER!!!

This has to be the worst golf course in the city. There is way to many people playing at one time. The pace of play was horrible. It took 4 1/2 hours to play nine holes. They don't have a marshall so nobody can speed up play. We were rushed through each hole only to wait 20 minutes to tee off at the next hole. The people who cannot shot also have no golf etiquette. I was hit into 3 times and parties of 5 or 6 wouldn't let you play through. At 8 when I finished the first nine holes I asked for credit to play the other nine holes at a later date and was denied. It is definately not worth the money or the time you waste watching bad golfers rip apart an otherwise nice course. I am a lower handicap golfer and I shot the worst round of golf I have in two years. DO NOT PLAY THIS COURSE UNLESS YOU WAN'T TO BE FRUSTRATED ALL DAY!!!!!!

Reviewed July 24, 2006

Reviewed July 07, 2006

Average Course!

I played this course on July1 2006 and the course was no more than average. The tee boxes were a disgrace, -the majority were not cut. The price was outrageously expensive. The greens had areas of uneven grass. The people in front of us were extremley slow and failed to allow us to play through. As a pertson visiting New York I found this course of very low standard to that of my own home course in Ireland. All in all I feel my overallstar rating is duely waranted.

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  • Latest Scores
Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Max P. 35 54 19 06/28/09
2 Marc L. 10 40 30 07/29/07
3 Ed S. 19 66 47 04/06/08
4 Diedrich H. N/A 48 48 08/14/07
5 vincent V. 44 105 61 01/24/10
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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
11 Ira W. 13 81 68 09/26/16
11 Ira W. 13 84 71 07/02/16
48 Bradley L. 30 108 78 07/01/16
48 Bradley L. 30 110 80 05/26/16
97 Derek V. N/A 109 109 03/19/16

Golf Course Information

About Dyker Beach

Dyker Beach Golf Course

Golf Only facility

Managed by American Golf Corporation

18 regulation holes

Awards at Dyker Beach

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Course Staff

Jim Gibson, General Manager
Eric Yount, Superintendent
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