Work on Your Game in the Golf Studio at Dunes Golf Centre
The GC2 with HMT from Foresight Sports is industry leading technology that provides you with unrivalled levels of accurate feedback.
- Get to know your carry and total distances with each club
- Fine tune your game – use the information from the GC2 and HMT to find out what your are REALLY doing
- Practice what you have been taught in a lesson
Pit your wits over one of 13 World class course and play against your friends (Medal, Matchplay, Skins, Stableford, Texas Scramble)
The Celtic Manor Resort – Newport, Wales
Home to the 2010 Ryder Cup where G-Mac secured the winning point for Europe in the very last match!
The first course to be built specifically for golf’s greatest team tournament, it measures a robust 7,493 yards off the back tees and has a par of 71. With water hazards on half of its holes, the course has six signature holes and presents many more memorable tests and risk-and-reward dilemmas. One of the features of the spectacular new course is its variety with many of the earlier holes having a links-like feel with some long rough and greenside swales, before the middle section of the course reveals the full extent of the lake-lined challenge. A tough finishing stretch culminates in a real sting in the tail at the 18th.
Cog Hill – Chicago, Illinois, USA
Testing, but not overpowering, best describes Cog Hill Golf & Country Club. The layout is routed through gently rolling and wooden terrain, and consists of elevated, sloping greens. The holes offer a nice blend of lengths and difficulty, requiring a range of shot making ability. The course features enough sand, woods, and water to test the accomplished player without punishing the beginner.
Congressional Country Club – Washington, DC, USA
Home to 3 US Opens & 1 PGA Championship. The Blue Course has hosted all of the significant golf tournaments contested at Congressional. The course is often considered among the best 100 courses in the United States; Golf Digest ranked it 89th in its 2006 listing of the 100 Greatest Golf Courses. In 2007, Golf Digest ranked it 86th in America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses. The Blue Course has been redesigned by Robert Trent Jones in 1957 and Rees Jones twice, in 1989 and 2006. The course measures 7,574 yards (6,926 m) from the back tees. It is a par 72 (but plays as a par 70 for all PGA tour events.
Hazeltine National G.C – Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Venue of the 2016 Ryder Cup!
On a piece of ground where the woods battled the prairie for dominance over the centuries, the golfer is faced with a mixture of both. Water also comes into play, with hazards guarding a number of holes, and with the fearsome challenge of Hazeltine Lake on number sixteen playing on a player’s mind long before stepping onto its tee.
Carnoustie – Dundee, Scotland
Carnoustie has hosted The Open Championship on seven occasions, most recently in 2007. Each Championship has provided remarkable drama and excitement, with the 1953 victory by Ben Hogan standing out as one of the greatest Opens of all time, although one could easily argue that the 2007 victory by Padraig Harrington was simply the best of all Majors.
Kingsbarns – Fife, Scotland
Kyle Phillips designed this Top 100 Ranked golf course and by setting it in an amphitheatre along the coast, nearly every hole boasts spectacular views of the North Sea. Each Autumn Kingsbarns joins the Old Course, St Andrews and Carnoustie Golf Links as a co-host of the European Tour’s prestigious Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
Oakmont Country Club – Pennsylvania, USA
Golf Digest ranks Oakmont #4 in its most recent version of America’s Top 100 courses. Few venues in the world of golf have the championship tradition of Oakmont. Introduced in 1903 by designer Henry Fownes, Oakmont Country Club has hosted more major Championships than any other course in the U.S., including eight United States Opens, five U.S. Amateurs, three PGA Championships, and two U.S. Women’s Open.
Royal Birkdale – Southport, England
Royal Birkdale, one of Britain’s finest golf clubs, has been voted the No 1 course in Britain and is among the best in the world. The stunning coastal resort of Southport is the home of Royal Birkdale, for many golfers, the best of all the great golf courses to have staged The Open Championship.
Royal Troon – Ayrshire, Scotland
Founded in 1878 by a few enthusiasts Royal Troon Golf Club has outgrown its purely local reputation and is now known as one of the finest championship courses in the world. The Old Course today presents a stern golfing examination and in particular the inward half of Royal Troon is widely accepted as the most demanding of any Course on the Championship rota. The Open returned to the Ayrshire coast in 2016 when the 145th Championship was played at Royal Troon. It was the ninth time that the Championship has been held over the famous links, with Henrik Stenson emerging victorious on this occasion.
Sunningdale Country Club – Berkshire, England
The Old Course at Sunningdale is considered one of the best inland courses in the UK and is regularly found in various “100 top courses” rating lists. Many amateur and professional golfing events have been played here including the News of the World Professional Match Play Championship, numerous European Open Championships, many Ladies Open Championships, the Walker Cup, and more recently the International Final Qualification for the Open Championship
Turnberry – Ayrshire, Scotland
Named after the third Marquess of Ailsa, who owned the land on which it was built, this par-70, 7,211-yard championship course is one of golf’s storied places. Home to four Open Championships, Ailsa has shaped some of the most remarkable moments in the tournament’s history.
The Warwickshire – Warwick, England
The Warwickshire Golf & Country Club is one of the finest facilities of its kind in the country. It boasts an impressive array of golf facilities, capable of meeting your bespoke needs. Two superb 18 Hole Golf Courses are situated in the middle of 465 flowing acres of picturesque Warwickshire countryside, where one is able to just stand and marvel at the majesty of it all.
The Belfry – Sutton Coldfield, England
From an old manor house dating back to the 12th Century, to today’s 324 bedroom resort; The Belfry is steeped in History and Heritage.
The Brabazon is often referered to as the home of the Ryder Cup in Europe as well as having hosted numerous European Tour events.