Dublin Golf Clubs, Golfing Ireland


Dublin Golf Clubs, Golfing Ireland, Golfing hotels, golfing Bed and Breakfast, Golfing Guesthouses, City Centre Golfing Accommodation, Fáilte Ireland Golf Guide

Golf Clubs in Dublin are some of the finest in Europe, you can stay in comfortable Dublin City Centre Hotels, Bed and Breakfast and Guesthouses while setting off on a short journey by taxi to play a round of golf while returning to the fun of city centre living after a quiet day on the green. If you are a group, large or small, and want a budget city centre stay while bussing to and from the golf course, you will not get better value than Globetrotters Tourist Hostel which caters for large and small groups, offering you exclusive use of its many comfortable dorms.

Good Value City Centre Golfing Accommodation

Clontarf Golf Club is one of the oldest established golf clubs to be found around Dublin. Founded in 1912, on the lands of nearby Mount Temple, thanks mainly to the contribution and influence of Dr. John Love Morrow.

The course is a pleasant, yet challenging, 18 hole parkland course with superbly manicured rolling fairways and a liberal sprinkling of fine old trees. It is the closest golf course from the centre of Dublin, being within 2 miles (3 km) of O’Connell bridge.

The speedy greens have attained a standard of excellence and discerning visitors regularly say that they are amongst the best to be found around the country. Although a relatively short course, its narrow fairways and punitive rough calls for accuracy off the tee and will test the players’ golfing skill. Each hole presents its own challenge which can catch the unwitting golfer off-guard. Shot-making skills must be complimented with accurate club selection in order to post a good score.

The ’19th hole’ provides a warm and friendly place to discuss ‘what should have been’ and ‘what could have been. The restaurant, with its beautiful ornate ceiling and delightful decor seats up to 90 diners and provides a perfect setting for corporate and society functions. It is also a cosy and intimate place to dine and relax with friends after a round of golf.

From internationally renowned courses to welcoming local clubs in every corner of the country, Ireland is a golfer’s paradise. We have more than 400 courses on the island including over 30% of the world’s links courses. From green parkland to rugged coastal links and everything in between, there is a course to suit every skill level from beginner to pro and, now more than ever before, every budget. The choice for golfers is simply staggering.

If this thrills you but leaves you scratching your head a little and wondering where to start, look no further than the Fáilte Ireland Golf Guide.

This user-friendly magazine contains everything you need to know about golf in Ireland – including detailed information on the golf courses found in each region, special offers, accommodation options close to your chosen course and information on other great activities that you might like to take part in when you’re not on our fantastic fairways.

If you don’t know which course you might like to play, simply browse through each region to find out more about the clubs there. We’ve also included a handy map at the end so you can see where each course is located and which are close to your chosen holiday destination.

All of Ireland’s courses are listed alphabetically in each section, along with their email addresses, websites and telephone numbers. And we’ve another alphabetic index of all the country’s clubs at the back.

We also detail the clubs and courses that are Fáilte Ireland Quality Assured. These courses boast the Shamrock mark which guarantees the visitor an excellent Irish golfing experience. Clubs that show this symbol aim to be visitor friendly and are committed to delivering high-quality services and facilities.

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