Welcome to Downfield Golf Club.
Downfield Golf Club, set in beautiful parkland in the city of Dundee, has been described by Paul Lawrie (1999 Open Champion) as "one of the finest inland courses in Britain".
Combining wonderful scenery with the natural wildlife of squirrels, water fowl, buzzards and deer, Downfield offers a truly challenging and enjoyable experience to all golfers regardless of their abilities.
The course which has played host to events such as the Scottish PGA Open, the SPGA Masters and the UK Girls Home Internationals was also the venue for the 1999 and 2007 Open Qualifying stage.
When visiting our local golfing greats, St Andrews and Carnoustie, you are never more than 25 minutes from Downfield, so don't miss out on adding this great course to your visit. It is an inland gem no visitor should miss.
Saturday's Competition was run in partnership with Srixon Golf, with some great prizes up for grabs!
Congratulations to the winners:
1st Place - John Roberston (Net 65)
Prize - Srixon Hybrid
2nd Place - Ian Mudie (Net 66 (BIH))
Prize - Srixon Tour Bag
3rd Place - Dugal Gibb (Net 66)
Prize - 1 Dozen Z-Star Golf Balls
Following postponement last week due to poor weather, The Club Championship semi-finals will be played this Friday.
Spectators are welcome to come along and support the golf clubs premier competitions. In the Club Championship itself, Gordon Smith will play Campbell Donaldson, and Ally Grant will take on Graeme Bell.
In the Norrie MacArthur semi-finals, Gary Findlay will play John Duffy, and Steve Cochrane plays David Grant.
Finally in the Kenny Hutton Trophy semi-finals, Fraser Butter will play against Grant Ferrie and Grant Reid takes on Murray Grant.
The first tee will be reserved for matches from 4.30pm, and again spectators are welcome to come and watch the golf.
COURSE STATUS :
Open on full greens.