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Bellewstown Golf Club, Drogheda, Co. Meath.

Spectacular new 18 hole course, all weather USGA greens, flanked by the River Bradden to the North, the course runs along the top of the Hill of Crockafotha. A great challenge to all levels of golfers.
Manager: Michael Leonard
Email: info@bellewstowngolf.com
Phone: 041 988 2757
Green Fees: Mon-Fri €10, Weekends & P.Holidays €15
Visitors: Welcome Everyday
Opens: See website
Location: 25 miles North of dublin & 6 miles South of Drogheda
Length: 6,700 yards Golf Pro: Mark O'Sullivan


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Blainroe Golf Club, Co.Wicklow.

Blainroe Golf Course is set on parkland terrain whilst having delightful views of the Irish Sea with some holes situated right on the coast.
Green Fees: Summer: Monday - Friday E40, Weekends & Public Holidays E50. Winter: Monday - Friday E25, Weekends & Public Holidays E35.
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: June 8th - 12th, August 24th - August 28th 2016 Open Week
Location: 3 miles south of Wicklow Town on Coast Road.
Length: 6,140 metres
Email: info@blainroe.com
Phone: 0404 68168


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Bray Golf Club, Co.Wicklow.

Spectacular view on a course with beautiful USGA specification greens, playable all year round. Wonderful variety of holes to test golfers of all levels.
Green Fees: Monday - Friday €20 - €30
Visitors: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Opens: Men's Open Comp - Wednesday Mornings (April - August)
Location: Travel south on N11, take Bray/Greystones exit. Right at roundabout and right at the Wilton Hotel. On left, 700 yards.
Length: 6,181 yards
Email: info@braygolfclub.com
Phone: 01 276 3200


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Bunclody Golf Club, Co.Wexford.

Situated on 300 acres of breathtaking parkland beside the River Slaney on the Carlow – Wexford border. This exciting addition to Irish Golf is already drawing much praise from golf fans everywhere.
Green Fees:€25 to €45
Visitors: Everyday
PGA Pro:Gary Mc Lean
Contact: Pro Shop Manager: Caroline Dunne
Email: proshop@bunclodygfc.ie
Location: Entrance opposite Mill Race Hotel at the top of the Main Street
Length: 7,164 yards


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Carlow Golf Club, Co.Carlow.

Both the Deerpark championship course and our new Outpark (9 hole) courses are built on rolling terrain. They require accuracy from the tee to green and accompanied with slick putting surfaces, a deft touch is necessary.
Green Fees: Monday - Thurs E30; Fri - €40, Sat €50, Group rates available
Visitors: Everyday except Sundays
Email: info@carlowgolfclub.ie
Phone: 059 913 1695
Opens: See website
Location: Dublin Road, Carlow.
Length: 6,025 metres


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Carton House Golf Club, The Montgomerie Course, Maynooth, Co.Kildare

The Colin Montgomerie designed course, is a 7,300 yard "links style" journey across sweeping firm fairways, cavernous bunkers and impeccable greens. It hosted the world's finest golfers at the 2005, 2006, and 2013 Irish Opens. European Golf Resort of the Year 2008.
Green Fees: From €65
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: See website
Location: 14 miles west of Dublin City Centre; beside Maynooth.
Length: 7, 301 yards
Email: reservations@cartonhouse.com
Phone: 01 505 2000
Golf Pro: Francis Howley


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Carton House Golf Club, The O'Meara Course, Maynooth, Co. Kildare.

Designed by two time major championship winner Mark O'Meara, this is an exhilarating parkland experience which meanders through ancient woodland and skirts the banks of the River Rye. Host to the 2005 Irish Amateur Championship.
Green Fees: From €55
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: See website
Location: 14 miles West of Dublin City Centre, beside Maynooth
Length: 7, 165 yards
Email: reservations@cartonhouse.com
Phone: 01 505 2000
Golf Pro: Francis Howley


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Coollatin Golf Club, Shillelagh, Co.Wicklow.

Set in mature woodland Coollattin is a most attractive course and a very good test of golf.
Green Fees: Monday - Friday E25; Weekends E30 & Public Holidays E30. Special Group rates on request.
Email: coollattingolfclub@eircom.net
Phone: 053 942 9125
PGA Pro Peter Jones
Visitors: Monday - Friday
Opens: Last week in June
Location: South Wicklow, 3 miles from Carnew, 1 mile from Shillelagh.
Length: 5,972 metres


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County Louth Golf Club, Co.Louth.

One of the great links courses of Ireland, world renowned. Home to East of Ireland Amateur Championship and proud host to 2004 Nissan Irish Open and 2009, 3, Irish Open.
Green Fees: See website
Visitors: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Opens: See website
Location: 5 miles north east of Drogheda.
Length: 7, 031 yards
Email: reservations@countylouthgolfclub.com
Phone: 041 988 1530
Golf Pro: Paddy McGuirk


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Courtown Golf Club, Co.Wexford

The boundaries are within 100 metres of the sea, but Courtown is actually a parkland course. Surrounded on three sides by forestry and the course boasts hundreds of mature trees. Every fairway is tree lined to reward the accurate golfer and punish the wayward. A mature par 71 and provides great variety.
Green Fees: Monday - Friday E25; Weekends & Public Holidays E30
Email: info@courtowngolfclub.com
Phone: 053 942 5166
PGA Pro: John Coone
Visitors: Monday - Friday
Opens: See website
Location: Kiltennel, near Gorey County Wexford.
Length: 5,898 metres


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Delgany Golf Club, Co.Wicklow

A Harry Vardon designed woodland course surrounded by breathtaking scenery with hill and sea views. a course with over 100 years of maturity which makes for a true test of golf. Redeveloped clubhouse and recently opened Ryder Cup Bar, with memorabilia honouring our 4 Ryder Cup players, creating a unique sense of old and new.
Green Fees: Mon - Fri from €25; Sat, Sun & P. Hols from €35; Special offers online.
Visitors: Everyday subject to availability
Opens: See website
Location: Half an hour south of Dublin City Centre, off N11, Near Delgany village, 10kms from Bray Co. Wicklow.
Length: 5,473 metres
Email: admin@delganygolflcub.com
Phone: 01 287 4536
Golf Pro: Gavin Kavanagh


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Djouce Golf Club, Roundwood, Co.Wicklow.

A gentle flat parkland course with Varty lake on one side and overshadowed by Djouce Mountain. This Eddie Hackett designed course creates an interesting challenge for all golfers.
Green Fees:Monday - Sunday €15
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: See website
Location: 6.5 kms from the N11 Motorway, 15kms from South Dublin, 12kms from Bray, 10kms from Glendalough.
Length: 6,455 yards
Email: djoucegolfclub@gmail.com
Phone: 01 281 8585/ 086 855 4154


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Druids Glen Golf Club, Newtown Mount Kennedy, Co.Wicklow.

“The Augusta of Europe” - Home of the Irish Open 1996, ’97, ’98, ’99. Seve Trophy 2002.
Green Fees: From €50
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: See website
Location: 30 minutes south of Dublin. Take Junction 12 off the N11 south from Dublin.
Length: 7, 046 yards
Email: marcus.doyle@druidsglenresort.com
Phone: 01 287 0812 Golf Pro: Patrick Geraghty


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Druids Heath Golf Club, Newtown Mount Kennedy, Co.Wicklow.

There are few places in the world that encapsulate the true spirit of the game of golf like Druids Heath. The Mountains, Sea and rolling Irish Countryside provide stunning vistas throughout your round.
Green Fees: Monday - Thursday from €30; Weekends from €40
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: See website
Location: 30 minutes south of Dublin. Take Junction 12 off the N11 south from Dublin.
Length: 6,790 yards
Email: admin@delganygolflcub.com
Phone: 01 287 0812
Golf Pro: Patrick Geraghty


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Dun Laoghaire Golf Club, Enniskerry, Co.Wicklow.

The club’s 27-hole course has been designed by Hawtree to allow different combinations of the nine-hole courses to be played. The magnificent 5-star clubhouse, and extensive practice facilities, make it one of Ireland’s finest clubs. Host venue to The Curtis Cup 2016. Visitors and Societies are welcome seven days a week.
Green Fees: Best rates online: www.dlgc.ie
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: Visit our website for information, and to book a tee time
Location:Only 5 minutes drive from the M11 motorway & just 30 minutes south of Dublin between Bray & Enniskerry.
Length: 6,543 metres
Email: Contactus@dlgc.ie
Phone: 01 272 1866
Golf Pro: Kevin Kelliher


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Esker Hills Golf Club, Tullamore, Co.Offaly.

A superb Christie O'Connor jnr design on unique terrain with a stunning variety of golf holes. Superb sand based greens. Distinct links feel to the course. 40 buggies available to hire.
Green Fees: Monday - Fridays €25; Weekends & Public Holidays €30; Group Rates on request.
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: July
Location: Midland Ireland, 2kms off N80 between Tullamore and Clara.
Length: 6,626 yards
Email: info@eskerhillsgolf.com
Phone: 057 935 5999
Secretary: Caroline Guinan


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The European Club, Brittas Bay, Co.Wicklow.

Ranked 78th Course in World per Golf Magazine (2007) and 15th Britain & Ireland per Golf World (2005).
Green Fees: €180, Winter rates €100, Senior Comp every Mon, over 55’s - €40 Weekends - Open Singles €60 (open to GUI & ILGU cardholders)
Visitors: Everyday
Opens: Contact the club
Location: Brittas Bay, Co. Wicklow. “Wicklow - The Garden of Ireland”.
Length: 7, 355 yards
Email: info@theeuropeanclub.com
Phone: 0404 47415
Manager: Sidon Ruddy


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Forrest Little Golf Club, Cloghan, Co.Fingal.

A mature parkland course close to Dublin Airport. Recent major developments, including rebuilding all greens to USGA specification and major course drainage. A hidden gem, always in excellent condition.
Green Fees: Mondays - Fridays €25; weekends €30; Special group rates.
Visitors: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays
Opens: See website
Location: M50 Airport Exit; N1 Dublin Airport to Swords, left at Coachmans Inn roundabout, first turn right, entrance 50mtrs on the right.
Length: 6,490 yards
Email: paddy@forrestlittle.ie
Phone: 01 840 1763
Golf Pro: Tony Judd


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Foxrock Golf Club, Torquay Rd, Co.Dublin.

The course was originally laid out in 1893 by one Mr. Brown, a well known golf professional and was later, in 1914, redesigned by arguably the most famous golf architect of all time, Mr. Harry Shapland Colt, and as seen in his famous etching on the right hand side of the page, he's still keeping a close eye on us. Colt at the time was embracing a movement away from the traditional links courses and made some of his greatest contributions to heathland and parkland locations. Foxrock is one such course. Colt and his design company have also been responsible for Pine Valley (the No. 1 Golf Course in the World), Royal County Down (the No 3. Golf Course in the World), Royal Portrush (the No. 14 Golf Course in the World), and over 300 other famous golf courses around the world and Foxrock is honoured to be one of the published designs of this architectural great.
Opens: See website
General Manager: Sean Finnegan
Email: info@foxrockgolfclub.com
Phone: (01) 289 3992


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