I am delighted to inform you that following the announcement from the First Minister, golf can return to the courses at Caird Park from:


Monday 1st June for Golf Dundee Members (season ticket holders) only.


We will automatically reinstate all Golf Dundee Memberships from the above date however we will not collect the first direct debit payment until July 1st. To account for the 2 weeks lost prior to lockdown, June's payments will be equal to 14 days pro-rata, with July being charged at your normal monthly direct debit.


Golf’s return is a great boost for us all however Golf Dundee must ensure that the government guidance regarding social distancing and travel restrictions are still adhered to. Full details on these changes are detailed here. We will continue to act on the guidelines provided and will update you as further restrictions are eased.



Opening Times


Until further notice, the opening times will be Monday - Sunday 7am first tee time - 7pm last tee time.


Booking Your Tee Time


Do not book golf if you are unwell, suffering with any symptoms of COVID-19 or are in the highest risk (shielded group).


We have been busy doing all we can to obtain email addresses for all our members so you can utilise our new booking system which is now live. If you can't access the system using the instructions below, please contact the membership team on; leisureactive@leisureandculturedundee.com to update your account.


Book a tee off time


Members of the 18 hole course will now be able to book rounds on the 9 hole course at no extra charge until capacity can be increased following government guidance of further easing of restrictions.


Prebooking is mandatory and can be made up to 7 days in advance. Golfers will initially be restricted to a maximum of 1 slot per day and 3 rounds per week and will be played in strict formats of individuals or two balls comprising of golfers from different or the same household. 18 hole members please note that any rounds booked on the 9 hole will be included in your weekly round allocation.


Rounds can now only be booked via our Online booking system; Connect and the Leisureactive & Golf Dundee app, details and instructions on how to do this are detailed here:

  • When using Connect (the online booking system) for the first time you will be required to set a password. To do this please click on the 'forgotten password' link where you will be sent a reset password link by email - please check your spam/junk as it may go in there;
  • How to book through Connect; https://youtu.be/U1YGDaCyqGc
  • How to book through the app; https://youtu.be/du-RgFNj7Ek

No golfers should arrive at the club without a pre-booked tee time, those doing so will not be permitted to play. Bookings affected by any forced closure of the courses will not be transferred.


Locker Room


Following guidance issued by Scottish Golf, locker rooms will NOT be open. Additionally Scottish Golf recommend that golfers use toilet facilities at home before leaving as there will be no availability at the course.


Locker rooms will be open on Thursday 28th May between the hours of 10am and 4pm to allow any members to collect their clubs. Please report to the Starters box window on arrival to collect your clubs.




We will not be hiring - clubs, trollies, buggies or selling (balls, tees, gloves etc.) at the starters box during this phase 1 of opening. We will keep this under review and expect to introduce in the days and weeks ahead.


Arriving at the Course


From Monday 1st June, it is essential that you arrive only a short time (10 - 15 minutes maximum) before your tee time. If you are on site earlier than this, please remain in your car until 10 minutes before your tee off time. Park in such a way as to maintain social distancing requirements and please change your shoes at your car.


Golfers for both 18 & 9 Holes must report to the starter’s box window on arrival for registration.


Warming Up


Initially the practice putting green and practice area will be closed but we are working to have these available in due course.


Course Condition


During Lockdown the Greenstaff had to follow strict measures set out by the governing bodies regarding essential maintenance on the courses. Despite these challenging regulations and working throughout the lockdown, idVerde staff have done a wonderful job; the courses are looking fantastic and are ready to go.


In the days ahead please be patient with the Greenstaff as they continue their work to improve the courses following the weeks of lockdown restrictions; some of which remain in place. With all this in mind you may notice reduced pace on the greens and some other areas where the staff are working to improve the course conditions. - this is an ongoing process.


Playing Your Golf Round


Scorecards should be used sparingly, if at all and must not be exchanged.


Initially bunkers will be GUR. When in use (which will be soon) do your best to smooth the sand, after your shot, with your feet and/or your club.


Course furniture has been removed where possible and any remaining has been covered and must not be used.


Stakes must not be touched or removed and are to be treated as immovable obstructions.


During this first phase of opening, no flag sticks will be present on the greens to reduce the opportunity for the virus to spread to staff and golfers. Holes are of a much reduced depth allowing retrieval of your ball with reduced risk of contamination.


Social distancing and common sense must be exercised at all times.


Completion of Your Round


On completion of your round we would ask that you understand this brings an end to your social time on the course. After putting out you should return directly to your car to change shoes and put your equipment in the car then leave. By remaining socially distanced at all times you will help keep golf open.


Keeping in Touch


To stay up to date with any further developments keep an eye on our website at golfdundee.co.uk


We look forward to welcoming you back to the courses.
Golf Dundee Membership Team