Founded in 1911, the Fort Dodge Country Club is steeped in history and tradition. It offers an award-winning golf course, as well as a place for family fun and relaxation with a zero depth pool.
Our semi-private golf course in Iowa is set in a residential subdivision and has been voted “Iowa’s 18-Hole Course of the Year” three times. Most recently in 2022 by the Iowa Golf Association. The course has four sets of tees ranging in length from 4,900 yards to 6,600 yards for a par 71 layout.
Our facility has always been known for its lush, smooth greens, family-friendly atmosphere and top-notch service from our staff.
Proud member of the Iowa Golf Association
General Manager & Golf Professional
Our General Manager
Steve Fuller has returned to a position he previously occupied for 14 years, left vacant by the recently-retired David Boles.
Fuller first came to the FDCC in 1999 after working at Lake Panorama Golf Course in Panora and Brooks Golf Club in Okoboji. He stepped away in 2013 after purchasing Lefti’s.
Fuller states his goal is to “promote the heck out of the Country Club,” calling it “one of the state’s great courses.”
“Our members are our top priority, but we also must continue to recruit new players and families to the Country Club. It’s a tremendous asset to our community,” Fuller said. “We have to prioritize that, and also, keep emphasizing and strengthening the relationship with younger golfers. They’re the future. We have to motivate them and keep them coming back to the course.”
The 75th annual Fort Dodge Amateur men’s golf tournament will be this year
“It’s one of Iowa’s finer events,” Fuller said. “And it’s our responsibility to keep it growing while acknowledging how far it has come and what it took to get here, much like the course itself.”
Stop by today and welcome Steve back to the Fort Dodge Country Club.
FDCC Board of Directors
Jake Crimmins - President
Tony Lawler - VP
Jacob Asche - Secretary
Colin Hendricks - Treasurer
“Our members are our top priority, but we also must continue to recruit new players and families to the Country Club. It’s a tremendous asset to our community,”
- Steve Fuller, FDCC General Manager and Golf Professional