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Kildare Golf Courses

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Athy Golf Club

Athy Golf Club is situated 2kms from the town on the Kildare road. It is in the southern end of the county of Kildare and a mere 70 kms from Dublin.

The K Club

The K Club located in County Kildare, Ireland, is an elegantly restored country house which was opened in 1991 as a luxurious hotel and country club and now offers you the highest standards of comfort, service and cuisine.

Kilkea Castle

Kilkea Castle is Ireland's pre-eminent castle hotel and golf club. Less than an hour from Dublin, our magnificent rose gardens and skillfully renovated rooms provide a unique setting for your holiday, wedding or business conference.

Millicent Golf & County Club

Millicent Golf & County Club USGA Specification Championship Par 73 Golf Course first opened in July 2001. Designed by Tommy Halpin, a proven professional golfer and designer. Although Millicent has many daunting hazards, including well placed bunkers, the River Liffey and internal lakes, it provides enjoyable golf for both accomplished and high handicap golfers.

Naas Golf Club

Naas Golf Club is located at Kerdiffstown, Naas, County Kildare. A parkland course, with tree lined fairways and a number of water features, it was founded in 1896 and now has in excess of 1000 members.

Newbridge Golf Club

Newbridge Golf Club An 18 hole course set on Kildare parkland, Newbridge Golf Club opened in 1995 It has 15 USGA sand greens now in place, and the remaining three due to be upgraded end of 2010. The holes around the turn are particularly challenging, with water features giving the golfer extra to watch out for. Over 40,000 trees of many varieties have been planted, contributing to the peaceful and relaxed atmosphere.

The Curragh Golf Club

The Curragh Golf Club founded in 1883. The Curragh over 4,700 acres, is owned by the Department of Defence. It is renowned for housing the biggest military installation, and for having a unique natural grass sward, which is conducive to being the home of the Irish Race Horse Industry.

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