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Golf courses in Dublin

Golf courses in Dublin

The Irish capital is situated on the east coast of Ireland. With its international airport and may golf courses in close range, you will be able to reach all the golf courses from the city. Golf&Hotel has the best-golfing offers for you, whether you are looking for a hotel on the golf course or golf packages.

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County Louth Golf Club

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Baltray, Dublin

County Louth Golf Club, or "Baltray" as it is also affectionately known, is situated 7km from the historic town of Drogheda at the mouth of the river Boyne.

Beaverstown Golf Club

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Donabate, Dublin

Situated within 35 minutes of Dublin Airport, Beaverstown is a unique parkland course suitable for all category of golfers. This 18 hole Par 72 Golf course is set in the rolling North Dublin countryside and meanders through 32 acres of mature apple trees! If you want to play in a typical Irish Golf Club and be assured of a warm and friendly welcome this is the course for you.

Beech Park Golf Club

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Rathcoole, Dublin

The golf course was designed by Eddie Hackett, who already designed such famous golf courses as Enniscrone, Malahide and the Linksplatz in Waterville & Killarney. The Beech Park is an 18-hole course with a parkland character, stretching over a length of 5,762 meters, measured by the championship draws. Par for the men is 73, for the ladies 73.

Blessington Lakes Golf Club

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Blessington, Dublin

Blessington Lakes Golf Club is set in the panoramic setting of Boystown in the heart of the Wicklow countryside. Come and enjoy a pleasant game of golf in a location where you can relax and enjoy the picturesque views of the Blessington Lakes and stunning Wicklow Mountains on the outskirts of DublinBlessington Lakes Golf Club, formerly known as Boystown Golf Club, was established in 1997.

Druids Glen - Druids Glen Golf Resort

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Newtown Mount Kennedy, Dublin

The 18-hole championship course of Druids Glen is known as "The Augusta of Europe”. This famous course was designed by Pat Ruddy & Tom Craddock and opened in 1995. Just a year after opening, Druids Glen hosted the Irish Open for four years in a row. Druids Glen and Druids Heath belong to the Druids Glen Golf Resort.

Druids Heath - Druids Glen Golf Resort

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Newtown Mount Kennedy, Dublin

The 18-holes championship course of Druids Heath belong together with the Druids Glen to the Druids Glen Golf Resort. Here the mountains, the sea and rolling Irish countryside provide stunning vistas throughout the round.  The sea breeze calls for shot-making skills and imagination from the golfer.

Hollywood Lakes Golf Club

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Dublin, Dublin

Hollywood Lakes Golf Club – one of the finest 18 hole parkland courses in Leinster and only 15 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Portmarnock Golf Club

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Portmarnock, Dublin

The 18 hole championship course of Portmarnock Golf Club (founded 1894)  was designed by Bernhard Langer, the German golf professional. It is ranked amongst the top golf courses in the world and was voted Number 1 Course in Ireland by Golf Digest Ireland.

St. Anne's Golf Club

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Dollymount, Dublin

St. Anne’s Golf Club is an impressive and testing 18-holes links golf course (par 71) situated on Dublin’s 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 island’s beach is over three miles long. Our impressive links includes three par fives and four par threes. There is not one ’pushover’ hole on the entire course and wind conditions can be a major factor in how the course is played.

The European Golf Club

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Wicklow, Dublin

While the links measures 7400 yards off the back tees it can play at a friendlier 5,500 yards off the most forward tees. Tiger Woods holds the links record at 67 and winners here have included Rory McIlroy and Padraig Harrington.

The Royal Dublin Golf Club

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Dublin, Dublin

A very warm welcome to one of Ireland's finest golf links. We have history and wonderful golfing tradition here - but better than that, we have a fabulous golfing challenge over a magnificent links course. And when the golf is done, our clubhouse offers the ideal place for enjoyable relaxation. Our visitors are always welcomed by our friendly staff and we look forward to your visit to our Club.
 

The K Club Golf Resort

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Straffan, Dublin

The 36-holes of The K Club Golf Resort with the Palmer Ryder Cup Course and The Smurfit Course are considered two of Europe's finest Championship Courses recently voted on the top ten worldwide golf resorts by CNN. Both courses promise to challenge and excite golfers with treacherous rough, water hazards in abundance, long greens and undulating fairways.