3001 Cameron Boulevard
Durham, NC 27705
Home course of the Duke University Blue Devils
The beautiful 18-hole championship Duke University Golf Club opened in 1957, and is the only Robert Trent Jones-designed course in the region. Renovated by Jones’ son Rees in 1993, the Duke University Golf Club was the site of the 2001 NCAA Men’s Golf Championship.
The course is a traditional parkland design that has short walks between the green and the next tee box; fairways surrounded by groves of tall pines and stately hardwoods; and a marvelous selection of green complexes that play firm and roll fast.
In the fall of 2005, the Karcher-Ingram Golf Center was completed. It is a two-story 5,500-square-foot building that houses coaches’ offices, men’s and women’s team locker rooms, trophy room, lounge, club repair room, student-athlete study area and an indoor training and practice facility.
The Duke golf teams also have a new outdoor practice facility that includes putting and chipping greens, a full-swing and short-game area including sand and grass bunkers, a practice fairway bunker and target greens.
The course is open to the public.
Duke University Golf Club
Length: 7,254 yards
Awards and Recognitions
- Host of the 2001 NCAA Men’s Golf Championships
- #18 Best College Courses – Golfweek, 2018, 2022
- #20 Best College Courses – Golfweek, 2020