Jupiter Dunes Golf Course
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Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
A great golf date with my wife !
Great value !
A ton of fun
It's a beautiful course nestled in the Jupiter Inlet. We teed off at 215 and it was darn cold. The afternoon warmed up. The greens are in rough shape and it's still worth playing.
Great par 3 with fast greens and picturesque views. Just what i needed to fix my putting & chipping game.
Challenging Par 3
Even though Teeoff.com said we had a set tee time, the course says they do not honor tee times - it is first come first serve. They were short carts so we had to wait a half hour to tee off. Not a good course for beginners as it's pretty challenging despite being a par 3 - lots of water. You will need extra balls unless you are a target shooter.
Charged me extra $10 for golf now
Charged me an extra $10 to book with golf now. Once you got to course they tell you it’s first come first serve and we would have to wait 40 minutes to get a cart. So they didn’t honor our tee time and had to pay extra money to golf now for absolutely no reason.
Booked a tee time to show up to find out there’s no tee times and the course is packed. Then be told there are not carts and get charged full price for the use of push carts. We asked to wait for a cart to come in since we see people finishing up. I go to grab a cart Because we are next in line and get yelled at Rudely to remove myself and the cart is “reserve.” How could a cart be reserved when there are no tee times? Turns out The employee was saving the cart for his friends. These old men are in inappropriate and rude. The golf course is poorly run. Then as we leave we I see the same worker hand carts out to groups of young boys who paid after us. Must be sexists. Being a women golfer is hard.
Nice little par 3!
Short holes but had a great time with some buddies. Got in and got out pretty quick abs had a great time
Rangers are a distraction.
Pro shop and rest rooms are small and need a refresh, especially during a pandemic. This layout is excellent for practicing the short game but bring extra balls because it’s easy to lose a few. My gripe is with the rangers. I’ve had them distract me often. Like parking his cart in front of a tee box while he fishes balls out of the pond. Or driving up and asking to see my receipt as though I sneaked on without paying. It’s insulting and ignorant. The staff needs to be retrained or replaced especially at the prices they get in season.
Rangers are a distraction to play.
Pro shop is small especially during a pandemic. Rest rooms are small, old and outdated. The course is ok for practice rounds and pretty demanding with small greens and lots of ponds and growth that can make golfballs vanish. My biggest complaint are the rangers. They drive around and get in the way. Last week one had his cart parked in front of a tee box while fishing balls from the pond. Another time I had one interrupt my round by wanting to see my receipt. Guess, he thought I sneaked on without paying. With 13 million people in US having gotten COVID-19 I’d prefer they stay away from the patrons. All in all it’s overpriced and needs a refresh and a ranger training program.
Par 3 Course. All holes relatively short, average conditions, Allows walking. No real distinctive features. Easy to complete in under 2 hours.