Antonine Course

Dullatur Golf Club

North Lanarkshire

18 holes | par 69 | 5892 yards | Parkland

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Course Information

This course was designed by Dave Thomas and is set in rolling parkland amongst the hills of North Lanarkshire. The tight fairways will only be hit with accurate tee shots, and approach shots to the green will need to be just as accurate to avoid the many bunkers dotted around this course. The signature 16th is a long par 5 measuring 523 yards with a raised, fast-moving green making it a very testing hole to putt.

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location

Located just 3 miles north of Cumbernauld, easily accessed via the A80.

. Glen Douglas Drive, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, North Lanarkshire, United Kingdom, G680DW
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    Recommended
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    4 out of 4
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    Excellent Course clubhouse a bit pretentious

    Enjoyed the golf on what was a challenging course with lots of level changes. Great views, however glad we booked a buggy as some long hauls between tees. Early holes were very wet however this improved as round went on. Greens had been top dressed etc however they still played very well. Worth a visit in better weather for sure. Pro's shop was very helpfull and friendly however the clubhouse had pretentions of greatness and found it a bit staid and stuffy. Meal was very good.Didn't spoil the day just didnt enhance it.

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    Good
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    Wow thoroughly enjoyable but not what I was expecting

    Many more elevation changes than I anticipated pre arrival, used a buggy on the day but only to give my friends ageing father a day out spectating. Glad of the buggy due to the undulations and some of the walks between greens and tees. Makes excellent use of the terrain, was expecting more of a rolling parkland course which as indicated was not the case. Glad as it added character to the course and enhanced the challenge. Course early on was very wet under foot but as the course opened out this improved considerably. Greens had had their winter prep just before we arrived so difficult to judge but looked the part despite this. Only crit is that the bunkers were quite firm with indifferent sand quality. A lot of well designed and aesthetically pleasing holes more than made up for any minor criticisms. Staff encountered were all exceptionally friendly and the course is one I would certainly recommend as it was interesting and challenging but fair.

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    Best Saturday afternoon course

    Always delivers a great Saturday afternoon round of golf

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    Good, testing course!

    Was looking for a quick round of golf near by and was sceptical as it being just next to the overpriced, poorly kept Westerwood but we were pleasantly surprised. Course was in pretty good condition and had superb weather, no complaints there. Although only a par 69 it was a pretty testing course and you have to be pretty straight off the tee as danger often awaits stray tee shots. Good little layout but be warned if you dont like hilly courses as some holes are a little steep. Didn't bother me though. Only a few things kept it from being excellent; 1- Rakes in bunkers (not one in any we seen) 2) Nice hole signs with yardage 3) little signs pointing you toward next hole (there was a few but we found it pretty confusing and can be a bit of a maze 1st time playing. Overall though we enjoyed our round and will play again no problems. As a local golfer i recommend you play dullatur over Westerwood any day.

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    Value for the Money:
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