Carrick on Suir Golf Club one of Ireland's premier golf courses in the South East region overlooks the historic town of Carrick-on-Suir with panoramic views of the Suir Valley and the beautiful Comeragh mountains. Founded in 1939, this 18 hole parkland course stretches 6282 meters off the back tees.
Dungarvan Golf Club's Championship Parkland course is located 4km outside the town of Dungarvan, County Waterford, and is set against the backdrop of the Comeragh Mountains. This attractive and excellently maintained Championship Parkland course has been architecturally designed to challenge all levels of golfer. The golf course is 6,688 yards for gents and 5,456 for ladies.
Dunmore East Golf Club overlooks the village of Dunmore East, with panoramic views of the village, bay, Hook Peninsula and Waterford Harbour estuary. This course offers idyllic surroundings, fresh, clean, sea air, combined with stimulating and challenging golf for both the high and low handicap golfer.
Opened in May 1993, Faithlegg Golf Course was designed by renowned Irish golf course architect Mr. Paddy Merrigan. The course carries Merrigan’s familiar stamp of difficulty, undulating greens, water hazards and perfectly placed sand traps, all of which, complete and heighten the challenge which is “Faithlegg”.
GoldCoast Golf Club is a championship parkland course. There are unrivalled views of Dungarvan Bay, the Irish Sea and Helvick Head. Mature tree-lined fairways laid out in 1939 are cleverly mingled with the long and challenging newer holes.
This 9 hole mature parkland course is located on the banks of the Blackwater River, beside Lismore Castle. Visitors are welcome except on Sunday mornings and Wednesday (Ladies Day). The course is a challenge to golfers of all abilities.
The 18 hole Parkland course is set in a scenic area overlooking the River Suir to the north and the Tinhalla Woods to the south, Slievenamon is visible to the West. Tinhalla caters for those who are established golfers and also beginners and those who want to improve their skills.
Tramore Golf Club in Tramore, County Waterford was founded over 110 years ago in 1894 on a piece of a land adjoining Tramore's old race course in the Back Strand. In early 1939, Tramore Golf Club relocated to their present site on Newtown Hill. It has matured into one of the greats after less than half a century, and in 1987 it was awarded the first of its 3 Irish Close Championships, won that year by our very own Eddie Power.
Waterford Castle Hotel & Golf Club sits on this privately owned 310 acre island,This wonderful parkland golf course, designed by Des Smyth, former Ryder Cup player, and opened in 1992, this 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course, complete with luxurious clubhouse, leads you through mature woodland and parkland. The course itself runs to 6,814 yards, off the medal tees, and covers an area of over 200 acres.
Founded in 1912, Waterford Golf Club is situated on a hill overlooking the historic city of Waterford in the Sunny South East of Ireland. The front 9 was designed by Willie Park (twice Open Champion), and the back 9 was designed by the great James Braid, five times Open Champion. Slievenamon and the Comeragh Mountains, make a background of enduring splendour.
West Waterford Golf Club the 18 hole par 72 and 6802 yard Championship Golf Course & Country Club designed by Irish golfing legend Eddie Hackett, is situated just 4 Km west of Dungarvan off N25 By-Pass on Aglish Road, warmly welcomes Societies and Corporate Groups to Waterford.