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Dublin Golf Clubs


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Balbriggan Golf Club

Balbriggan Golf Club

Balbriggan Golf Club was founded in 1945 and is located just 15 minutes from Dublin Airport, is now among the premier parkland courses in Leinster. The course has been redesigned by Eddie Connaughton with USGA standards

Balcarrick Golf Club

Balcarrick Golf Club

Balcarrick Golf club is located 6 miles from Dublin Airport off the M1 Motorway (north) towards Belfast.

Ballinascorney Golf Club

Ballinascorney Golf Club, founded in 1971 in Bohernabreena in County Dublin, started as a nine-hole golf course. Spending thirty years at the original site, we moved to the current golf course in 2001.

Beaverstown Golf Club

Beaverstown Golf Club, its unique design, laid out on 132 acres that includes 20 acres of mature apple trees, borders the shores of Rogerstown estuary and nature reserve. It makes the best use of these and its other natural features - six lakes and a stream which meanders through the course, located just 6km north of Dublin Airport.

Beech Park Golf Club

Beech Park Golf Club lies within a 30 minute drive of Dublin Airport and City Centre. The golf course was designed by Eddie Hackett. Beech Park is an 18-hole parkland golf course measuring 5,774 metres from the championship tees and comprises a par of 72.

Castle Golf Club

Castle Golf Club is nestled at the foot of the Dublin Mountains, the club was originally established in part of the estate of Rathfarnham Castle. It has been re-developed to an USGA standard.

Clontarf Golf Club

Clontarf Golf Club is one of the oldest established golf clubs to be found around Dublin. Founded in 1912, on the lands of nearby Mount Temple, thanks mainly to the contribution and influence of Dr. John Love Morrow. The original entrance to the course and clubhouse was on the Howth Road, just 200 yards from the now defunct Clontarf railway station. The Club affiliated to the Golfing Union of Ireland on May 13, 1912, and the course was officially opened by The Earl of Aberdeen, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, on May 25, 1912.

Deer Park Golf Course

Deer Park Golf Course, situated in Howth, it boasts the largest golf complex in Ireland with 4 golf courses and a pitch and putt course all designed by the well known golf architect, Fred Hawtree. In addition to the main 18 hole golf course, the Deer Park, 6915 yards par 72.

Donabate Golf Club

Donabate Golf Club, this is a 27 hole parkland course that offers varying challenges on each nine created by a combination of water hazards, undulating greens and mature trees. All of the greens are sand based which makes them playable all year round. Also available is a chipping green and putting green to work the short game.

Dun Laoghaire Golf Club

Dun Laoghaire Golf Club, renowned course architects Hawtree Limited have created a beautiful and challenging course in Ireland within easy access from Dublin with USGA standard greens. The three nine hole courses starting and finishing close to the clubhouse, allow different course combinations to be played. The championship courses played from the blue tees range from 6543 to 6281 metres.

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