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Golf Courses in Dublin

  • Balbriggan Golf Club

    A challenging parkland championship course with fine views of the East coast of Ireland and showing the benefit of development by Pat Ruddy, the designer of Druids Glen.
  • Balcarrick Golf Club

    Balcarrick Golf Club

    Balcarrick Golf Club founded in 1992, is a magnificent and challenging 18 hole Par 72 golf course, measuring over 6 000 metres. Each hole has it's own particular feature and proves a stern test for even the most accomplished golfer. Strategically placed bunkers and water hazards ensure that high levels of accuracy and skill are required to achieve a 'championship' score.
  • Balheary Golf Club

    Balheary is a unique concept in courses, giving all the features of a full length track, but on a shortened length, giving a round playing time of 2.5 hours
  • Beaverstown Golf Club

    Beaverstown Golf Club

    All tees and greens have been rebuilt in the last year on this parkland course. The greens are built to highest USGA standards and are varied, challenging and consistent. This course is well worth a visit.
  • Castleknock Golf Club

    Castleknock Golf Club

    The course is set in a truly serene oasis and is designed to reflect the grandeur of its location. A location sought out by the elite of Dublin during the 19th century who made the area the location for their residences, gardens and pleasure grounds. Castleknock Golf Course is on lands that were part of the Somerton Demesne originally owned by Sir George Brooke.
  • Citywest Championship Course Golf Club

    Citywest Championship Course Golf Club

    The Christy O'Connor Championship course is a first class test of golf in a wonderful parkland setting and the combination of perfectly manicured fairways, superb putting greens and beautiful mature trees offer the golfer a wonderful and inspiring golfing experience.
  • Citywest Lakes Course Golf Club

    Citywest Lakes Course Golf Club

    The Lakes course with its various water features and impressive bunkering offers golfers a memorable and enjoyable round of golf. This course is highly regarded for both its layout and its contoured greens which are considered to be amongst the best in Ireland.
  • Corballis Golf Club

    Corballis Golf Club

    Par 65 Links Course, 18 Holes with views of Dublin Bay, Lambay Island and Howth Head.Although this is a short links course, some of the holes are quite spectacular and always makes for an enjoyable round of golf. A favourite of Bernhard Langher who got inspiration for the Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links from this course.
  • Deerpark Golf Club

    Deerpark Golf Club

    4 Courses combine to produce Ireland's largest golf complex. The main 18 hole parkland course is 6830 yards, par 72. In addition there are 2 x 9 hole courses and a 12 hole par 3 course. Whether a novice or an experienced player, the course offers a challenge to suit you. The course offers some of the most spectacular views imaginable. From breathtaking views over Ireland's Eye and Dublin bay, to stunning views of Howth Castle. Just keeping your eye on the ball is a challenge itself.Deer Park Hotel & Golf ClubHowthCo Dublin
  • Donabate Golf Club

    Donabate Golf Club

    Parkland, tree-lined course with 27 sand based greens with a reputation of being amongst the best in the country. Water comes into play on 8 holes. A new modern clubhouse was opened in 2002
  • Elmgreen Golf Club

    Elmgreen Golf Club

    Elmgreen is Ireland's largest public golf facility within 20 minutes drive from Dublin city centre. An ideal course for the mid - high handicap golfer. Driving range and Pitch & Putt course also available.
  • Hollystown Golf Club

    Hollystown Golf Club

    Hollystown Golf Club is a high quality 27 hole golf course at an eminently affordable price. Hollystown set in rich natural parkland is a tough test of golf by any standards, mature trees, streams and lakes coming into play on virtually every hole. The unique design of the Hollystown Golf Pavilion allows the golfers some wonderful panoramic views of the course, covering many of the feature holes, including 1st, 11th, 12th, 13th and 18th
  • Hollywood Lakes  Golf Club

    Hollywood Lakes Golf Club

    Parkland course featuring water at 8 holes across undulating fairways. Accurate driving required to narrow fairways, including the 14th hole, reputed to be the longest par 5 in Ireland, at 634 yards.
  • Howth Golf Club

    Howth Golf Club

    18 hole par 72 heathland course. The setting, on the Hill of Howth, is idyllic with breathtaking views over Dubiln Bay to the South and Cooley Mountains to the North offering any golfer, novice or expert, a most enjoyable and challenging game.
  • Luttrellstown Castle Resort Golf Club

    Luttrellstown Castle Resort Golf Club

    Luttrellstowns 18 hole championship golf course is unique, not only because we are so close to the city, but because we had an amazing parkland palette from which to work
  • Malahide Golf Club

    Malahide Golf Club

    27 Hole Parkland Course, Close to Malahide Coast and Village and Resorts of Portmarnock and Malahide.
  • Portmarnock Golf Club

    Portmarnock Golf Club

    The original and arguably the finest and best known links course in Ireland.Founded in 1894, Portmarnock is consistently ranked amongst the top golf courses in the world. With a rich history closely aligned to the progression of golf in Ireland, Portmarnock has hosted many major professional and amateur events including multiple Irish Open Championships, the Walker Cup and the Irish Amateur Close Championship.
  • Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links  Golf Club

    Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links Golf Club

    The Portmarnock Links opened to great acclaim in June 1995 and has been receiving accolades from visiting golf writers and top professionals ever since. Inspirational use of natural dunesland features the creative use of elevated tees and greens, acutely angled doglegs and 98 strategically placed bunkers, test the most accomplished players.
  • Roganstown Golf Club

    Roganstown Golf Club

    Renowned as one of Irelandīs legendary golfers and now one of the worldīs most established golf course designers, Christy OīConnor Jnr, has created a masterpiece of skill and tactical design at Roganstown Golf and Country Club.
  • Royal Dublin Golf Club

    Royal Dublin Golf Club

    Formed in 1885 and receiving its royal designation in 1891, The Royal Dublin Golf Club is steeped in the history and tradition of Irish golf. It has been home to many championships, amateur and professional, with the highlights being three memorable Irish Opens staged from 1983 to 1985.
  • Rush Golf Club

    Rush Golf Club Rush Co Dublin
  • Skerries Golf Club

    Skerries Golf Club

    Parkland Course with undulating fairways and an excellent finishing hole
  • St Anne's Golf Club

    St Anne's Golf Club

    St. Anneīs Golf Club is an impressive and testing 18-holes links golf course (par 71) situated on Dublinīs most famous ecological attraction - Bull Island Nature Reserve in Dublin Bay. The island, a bird sanctuary under the protection of Unesco, is natural links terrain of sand and dunes.The islandīs beach is over three miles long.
  • St. Margarets Golf Cub Golf Club

    St. Margarets Golf Cub Golf Club

    St. Margarets is an internationally acclaimed 18 hole championship golf course. Ryder cup star Sam Torrance has praised the eighteenth as 'the best finishing hole I have ever seen, and possibly the strongest and most exciting in the world'.
  • Sutton Golf Club

    Sutton Golf Club

    The late 19th Century saw Golf being played on the sandy peninsula here at Sutton, Dublin. The Club was then established in 1890 with the amalgamation of the Sutton Golf and Boat Clubs to become known as the Sutton Golf Club. Nine hole links course, narrow fairways, a very good challenge Sutton.
  • Swords Open Golf Club

    Swords Open Golf Club

    Situated in the idyllic surroundings of North County Dublin along the banks of the Breadmeadow river, Swords Open Golf Course offers a unique golfing experience to every golfer. Only 5 minutes from Swords, 10 minutes from the Airport and approximately 15 kilometres from the City Centre, the course is easily accessible and the green fees are very reasonable.
  • The Island Golf Club

    The Island Golf Club

    For sheer awe - the kind inspired by 25 foot-high dunes, vaguely lunar crevasses running through the terrain and putting greens shaped like mutant mushrooms - the best choice is The Island Golf Club.
  • Turvey Golf Club

    Turvey Golf Club

    Turvey Golf and Country Club, designed by Paddy McGuirk has been created in approximately 144 acres of beautiful North County Dublin countryside of undulating terrain with strong belts of mature trees. The tree-lined course provides a magnificent test for golfers of every standard.
  • Westmanstown Golf Club

    Westmanstown Golf Club Clonsilla Dublin 15