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Arklow Golf Links

Arklow Golf Links  is a  traditional links which was formed by Hawtree & Taylor in 1927 and has evolved with the aid of inputs from Eddie Hackett and in recent times Eddie Connaughton. The links has been described as a hidden jewel and the Southern Region of the Irish PGA held their 2001 and 2002 Championships on this links.

Ballinacarrig Park Golf Course
Golf Courses in Ireland Ballinacarrig Park Golf Course which is situated in the picturesque area of Brittas Bay, offers an excellent nine hole course.

Ballinastoe Golf Club
Ballinastoe Golf Club, Co Wicklow Ballinastoe Golf Club is set in the beautiful surrounds of the Wicklow countryside. Enjoy a thrilling game of golf on a 9 hole course which offers everything from deceptively tricky short holes to long but enjoyable par 4’s that make for an all round golfing experience, catering for all playing standards. The course is open for play all year round due to its excellent natural drainage and sand based greens.

Baltinglass Golf Club
Originally founded in 1928, the course enjoys a sublime setting overlooking the River Slaney,  with panoramic views of the Wicklow Mountains. Known for its lush fairways, magnificent putting greens and a big welcome from it’s membership, Baltinglass has a reputation as one of the best but fair tests in the country.

Blainroe Golf Club
Blainroe Golf Club with sea views from all 18 holes. Although a private members club, at Blainroe visitors are welcome virtually every day of the week and we have tee times available most weekends throughout the year. This very enjoyable and challenging parkland course carries the prestigious Hawtree & Son design signature and is recognised as one of the finest courses on the East Coast since its inception in 1978

Blessington Lakes Golf Club
Blessington Lakes Golf Club, Co Wicklow Blessington Lakes Golf Club, formerly known as Boystown Golf Club, was established by the McEvoy Family in 1997. Built on naturally rolling farmland the design takes advantage of the existing waterways and mature trees. It is approximately 11km from Co. Dublin.


Bray Golf Club
Bray Golf Club, Wicklow Bray Golf Club is a magnificent USGA-standard parkland course designed by Des Smyth (2006 Ryder Cup Vice-Captain) and Declan Brannigan, set in nearly 200 acres, between Bray Head and the Sugar Loaf Mountain with magnificent views of Killiney Bay and the Wicklow Mountains. Described as “spectacular in every aspect”, Bray combines stunning scenery with a classic layout.

Charlesland Golf And Country Club

Charlesland Golf and Country Club, Wicklow

Charlesland Golf Club, set in the shadow of the famous Wicklow Mountain's, designed by Irelands most celebrated and prolific course designer Eddie Hackett, designer of legendary links courses Waterville, Connemara, Murvagh and Enniscrone, has always been known as a challenging but fair test of golf, in a beautiful setting.

Coollattin Golf Club
At Coollattin Golf Club, you are surrounded by scenic views of the Wicklow countryside. A little more than an hour’s drive, Coollattin is a challenging 18 hole course. It is an oasis of calm in a truly beautiful woodland setting.

Delgany Golf Club
Delgany Golf Club, Co Wicklow was founded in 1908. It is about 30 minutes drive from Dublin just off the N11 to Wexford. With hill and sea views from Bray Head and the Sugarloaf to Wicklow Head. Originally designed by Harry Vardon, the golf course has recently been remodelled by Patrick Merrigan with sand based greens and tees to USGA standards.

Djouce Golf Club
This 18 hole course is set in a unique setting in the Wicklow Mountains, nestled between Djouce Mountain, Vartry Lake and the Sugarloaf Mountain.  the game of golf. The course was designed by renowned golf course architect, Eddie Hackett.

Powerscourt Golf Club, Powerscourt Estate
Powerscourt Golf Club, Enniskerry, County Wicklow Powerscourt Golf Club on Powerscourt Estate is located just half an hour south of Dublin in Enniskerry, County Wicklow, set in breath taking surroundings of one of the finest estates in Europe, Powerscourt is one of Dublin’s premier golfing venues with two championship courses. The East Course has hosted the 1998 Irish PGA and the 2001 Irish Seniors Open Our West Course is currently rated amongst the Top 20 parkland courses in the country.

Druids Glen Golf Club
  If you're visiting Ireland for a golf trip and you're planning to play mostly seaside links courses, your trip must include a visit to Druids Glen so that you experience the best of Irish parkland golf. Just 30 minutes from central Dublin and 60 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Druids Heath
  Druids Glen is justifiably famous and can be called “The Augusta of Europe.”. Golf course designer Pat Ruddy, who was part of the team that designed Druids Glen created a course that will remind you of some of the famous Heathland courses west of London and it is over 7,400 yards,the “regular” tees being 6,547 yards

Glen Of The Downs Golf Club
  The Glen of the Downs Parkland course was designed by Peter McEvoy, whose other achievements include Powerscourt and Rathsallagh. The 18-hole, 6,443 yard course is challenging, and built to USGA specifications with sand based greens and tees and  plays similar to a links course featuring many elevated tees and excellent bunkers

Glenmalure Golf Club
  Wicklow’s most scenic 18 hole parkland golf course, maintained to a very high standard. The golf course is carved from the natural landscape of Ireland’s Garden County with rolling fairways, natural rock quarries, trees, streams, gorse and a welcoming fresh breeze at the 7th 9th and 12th tee boxes. Teeing areas range 5,360 to over 5,700 yards.

Greystones Golf Club
  Founded in 1895 it is set in a scenic location with views of the Wicklow Mountains and Dublin Bay.  It has has been redesigned with USGA standard sand-based greens and tee boxes.

Kilcoole Golf Club
  A beautiful 9 Hole parklands course in Co. Wicklow. It has excellent drainage allowing for year round golf, as a result of which the need for temporary surfaces over the winter period are rarely encountered.

Millbrook Golf Course
  Set in the peace and tranquillity of the Wicklow countryside as you tee off on this superb
18 hole par 3 golf course. The greens are well kept, blending in with the nature of this idyllic location. The course is cleverly landscaped on a challenging 20 acres. Clubs can be hired at reception.

Old Conna Golf Club
  Designed by Ireland's renowned golf course designer Eddie Hacket, this beautiful parkland 18 hole course located only twelve miles south of Dublin, combines panoramic sea-scapes and mountain views with exceptional wooded terrain.

Rathsallagh Golf Club
  Designed by Christy O'Connor Jnr and Peter McEvoy the golf course is officially listed in the top 30 (out of 415) of Irelands Finest Golf Courses. It is close to Kildare and only 1 hour from  Dublin and Dublin Airport . The K Club, PGA National, are less than 30 minuites drive while Mount Juliet, Druids Glen.

Roundwood Golf Club
  It is located just 35 minutes drive from the ferryport at Dun Laoghaire.  Built to the highest standards, the greens are sand based USGA., with water and forestry coming into play on many holes. Although parkland, the texture of the course is links-like.

The European Club
  Designed by,golf-writer and golf course designer Pat Ruddy,he owns and operates it  with the help of his family. The European Club, as the name suggests, is designed as and destined to be a major links and a major club. It features 20-holes (two extra holes are in play most days) of exciting links golf through tumbling dunes with dramatic views of the Irish Sea with some of the holes being played along the beach!

Tulfarris Hotel and Golf Resort
  This 18-hole championship golf course was designed by Ireland's renowned golf architect, Patrick J. Merrigan. The imaginative use of the natural landscape to blend an exciting design into an excellent golf layout is evident throughout the course.

Vartry Lakes Golf Club
  This 9 hole golf course with great Vartry Lakes views and Sugarloaf Mountain. 5385 metres of parkland.

Wicklow Golf Club
  Wicklow Golf Club was formed in 1904, now an 18 hole course. The Course is among the most scenic in the country, and boasts great views along the east coast, with the rugged cliffs and rolling fairways. Three Films have been shot on and around the Course, namely John Boorman’s “Excalibur”, Pierce Brosnan’s “Taffin”, and more recently “Reign of Fire” which starred Mathew McCoughnaty.

Woodbrook Golf Club
  Perched on top of one hundred foot seacliffs, landscaped on all sides and steeped in history, Woodbrook 18 hole course offers a new challenge to today's golfer. A place of beauty, with unrivalled views of the Irish Sea on one side and the blue haze of the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains on the other..

Woodenbridge Golf Club
  The Patrick Merrigan designed Woodenbridge Golf Club is a Par 71 parkland course. The beautiful Avoca river comes into play on no less than 10 holes, each providing unique challenges for players of all handicaps.

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