Built on a generous site, the course has become noted for brilliant presentation by its greens’ staff and for the hospitality of its members. Originally dating back to 1892, the current championship links was designed in 1938 by the renowned Tom Simpson. The course is laid out in two nine-hole loops and covers almost 200 acres of links land.
Consistently ranked among the Top 10 courses in Ireland, County Louth Golf Club has a tradition of hosting major National and International events both Amateur and Professional. In 2009 it hosted the Irish Open and gained recognition around the world when Shane Lowry made history by winning a European Tour event as an amateur.
As well as providing members and guests with a world class links golf course, the Club is also renowned for the quality its food and beverage service. The Clubhouse has been adapted from its’ original incarnation as a hotel, built in the 1920’s, and it still retains 10 comfortably appointed bedrooms which are accredited by Failte Ireland under the ‘Welcome Approved’ standard.
County Louth Golf Club assures visitors of a warm and friendly welcome
Drogheda Rd , IR Baltray