Established in 1926
Duston Country Club is a 9 hole golf course constructed in 1926 by Arty Duston. His clubs are the clubs hanging in our dining room today. The land was originally a sheep farm and lumber yard. The old saw mill has been turned into a house and can still be seen while standing on the third tee. Art constructed the third green in the shape of a heart to honor his wife Charlotte. The green is still heart shaped to this very day; check it out next time you are putting! Art eventually sold the course to Stan White who is still memorialized here at the course. You can see his bench on the first tee and even play in his memorial tournament. Stan eventually let his son Bob take over. Bob became our longest tenured owner at 38 years! Together him and his wife Maureen extended the 8th green into the dog leg that it is today and built our current clubhouse.
Bob and Maureen sold the course in 2021 to a longtime member & employee, Ryan Hall. Bob can still be seen working out on the grounds in a part time basis though. Ryan plans on honoring the longstanding history we have here at the club. We are proud of our history here. Next time you are in the Tenth Tee Tavern check out some of the artwork on the walls, as it is full of classic DCC history. Come to Duston Country Club and lets make new history together!
Kenobi is our course mascot. He came here with his owner Ryan in 2021. Kenobi or Obi for short is a 5 year old chocolate lab that loves everything golf, people and food. He is often seen in the pro shop most mornings and running the course during irrigation at night. Some lucky golfers have even had him join them for a round of 9. He is very friendly and mellow. We ask that you please DO NOT FEED him so he can stay happy, healthy and our mascot for many years to come. If you are allergic or if dogs make you uncomfortable in any way please inform a member of our staff and they will kindly escort him to the office.