Discover These Pet-friendly Courses And Tips To Keep The Fun While You And Your Dog Are On The Course
Walk and have a tee time with your dog in these pet-friendly golf courses
There aren't many things in life that beat a cool crisp fall or winter round when the grass is freshly cut and the course is ready to play. The only thing that can make it better is walking or playing a round with your dog beside you. These dog-friendly courses bring the best of golf and the company of your dog to a round on the links.
Belgrade Lakes Golf Course - Belgrade Lakes, ME
Located in the wooded areas of central Maine, this course dog-friendly was born out of necessity for golfers. Many of the rentals don't allow unattended dogs on the property.
Well behaved dogs can even stay off-leash! The only time they will need to stay by the cart is when putting, some dogs have been known to dig. Enjoy the lush wooded areas with a scenic round of golf and a long walk with your dog.
The Goodwood Estate - Chichester, United Kingdom
Part of the allure of The Goodwood Estate is the tradition of dogs on golf courses. Since 1697, dogs have been allowed to walk the course with their owners. The two championships eighteen-hole golf courses provide golfers a unique experience.
An emphasis at the golf club makes sure each dog is comfortable. Many of the holes have water and food bowls tended by the club members. After finishing your round on one of the pristine courses, treat your best friend to the clubs restaurant where you both can enjoy a meal simultaneously.
True Blue Golf Club - Pawleys Island, SC
Only a short distance from Myrtle Beach South Carolina lies the 19th century True Blue Golf Course. Located near the beach in the low country of the southeast, this dog-friendly course welcomes golfers to iconic scenery and a one of a kind clubhouse.
Make sure to book your tee time outside of peak season because this area is packed during summer months and your dog won't be able to join you!
Agate Beach Golf Course - Newport, OR
A nine-hole course located near the beach of Newport Oregon, this course challenges golfers and welcomes dogs. Once you and Fido have finished your round, treat yourselves to Agate Beach Golf Course Cafe where you both can enjoy a meal.
After finishing a round and a good meal, enjoy the natural ocean scenery at the nearby Agate Beach State Recreation Site.
Fun Golf Games for Your Dogs
While on the course your dog will likely want to run and play. Here are a few tips to keep them occupied and happy on the course.
Chip and Treat
This is fun to do with any type of hard treat that won't break on impact. Simply have your dog sit away from your swing and take a high lofted club and hit treats up in the air for them to catch.
Long Ball Chase
Using a racquet or tennis ball, have your dog sit near you and hit the ball with middle to long iron and have them chase it downrange.
These golf courses understand the importance of dogs in the lives of their owners. A round of golf is only more enjoyable when you have your best friend following you by your side. The unconditional affection that comes from a dog will make any tee shot or errant shot more enjoyable. To make sure both of you enjoy the tee time, give your dog a nice meal before you both go to the course and hit the ball. You can also find some dog-friendly patios in Houston that you and your dog might enjoy when you visit the city.