Last Updated: 29th July, 2018
Courtown Golf Club, Gorey, County Wexford, although it's boundaries come within 100 meters of the sea, Courtown is actually a parkland course. It is surrounded on three sides by forestry and the course boasts thousands of trees, in fact every fairway is tree lined to reward the accurate golfer and punish the wayward. The course is matured par 71, almost, 6000 meters in length and provides great variety.
Enniscorthy Golf Club prides itself on promoting the game of golf as a sport and constantly endeavouring to improve the course for its members and visitors alike. Proudly catering for the golfing interests of the people of Enniscorthy town and beyond for over a century. When you visit Enniscorthy Golf Club you will be pleased by the friendly and unostentatious nature of its members and staff. A modern club in a rural setting with good wholesome country values not found in clubs of this calibre today.
New Ross Golf Club is a mature parkland facility which enjoys expansive views over Wexford, Carlow and Kilkenny taking full advantage of the natural beauty of its surroundings, dominated by the magnificent Brandon and Blackstairs mountains. Established in 1905 New Ross is a testing golf course with tree-lined fairways and superb sand-based greens complemented by various water hazards and lakes. This beautiful Par 70 golf course leads to an enjoyable golfing experience for players of all standards. Acknowledged as one of the driest courses in the south-east, golf is available throughout the entire year. The club house has a warm friendly atmosphere with a panoramic view of the golf course where members and guests feel truly welcome. The Clubhouse bar and restaurant is open seven days a week with high quality service by a warm and friendly team. At New Ross all golfers - individuals, societies and corporate groups are welcome and the club is open for membership and new members are very welcome.
Rosslare Golf Club, Rosslare Strand, Wexford Rosslare Golf Club situated on the extreme south-east coast, it stands on a narrow peninsula with the Irish sea on one side and the huge expanse of Wexford harbour on the other. Opened in 1905, the vista that greets the golfer on the Rosslare golf links has a capacity to enthral the onlooker. Generations of visitors have witnessed the sea in all its moods. Apart from the 18 hole championship links golf course measuring 6,800 yards there is also a 12 hole layout known as the Burrow Course that opened in 1992. Both golf courses are available to non-members for a modest green fee. In the distance lies the huge sandbank known as The Long Bank, and a little south of it, Holden’s Bed. Further south stands The Tuskar Lighthouse. The Golf Course is situated within view of Rosslare's famous bird paradise, the North Sloblands, many of the rare species of birds that visit this protected area are also to be seen on the golf course.
St. Helens Bay Golf Resort has over the last eight years developed into one of Ireland's foremost golf destinations. With a challenging 27 hole course, panoramic views of the South Wexford Coastline and comfortable on-site accommodations, the visitor is guaranteed an enjoyable golfing experience
Wexford Golf Club is an 18 hole, 5734 yards, Par 72, parkland golf course, right in the historic town of Wexford. The first hole, which is a Par 3, 174 yard, Index 5, makes a statement that you are at the beginning of a roller-coaster round of golf. As you progress, you will enjoy panoramic and stunning views of Wexford Town and Harbour, Rosslare and Rosslare Harbour, with Forth Mountain, the Blackstairs and Wicklow Mountains in the background.