Located on cliff tops a few miles along the coast from Wicklow, Hawtree created an 18-hole layout at Blainroe that has matured into one of the best parkland courses on the east coast of Ireland.
Naas Golf Club is a traditional parkland course laid out on rolling terrain with tree-lined fairways.
Kilkenny Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in the country, formed five years before the Golf Union of Ireland was established in 1891. Today's course is a mid-1930s Molly Gourlay and Tom Simpson creation.
Coollattin Golf Club is located in a 175-acre County Wicklow estate with a rich history.
Moyvalley is located about a 40-minute drive to the west of Dublin and the golf course is draped across part of the 550-acre Balyna Estate where the historic Balyna House provides a magnificent backdrop.
Balbriggan Golf Club’s tree-lined fairways – many of them doglegged – are laid out on pleasantly undulating terrain and the run from the 13th to the last is very good...
First opened for public play in 1971, the Corballis Links Golf Club at Donabate lies along the east coast of Ireland, next to a more well-known golfing neighbour, The Island.
Bantry Bay golf course lies along the coast from the town and although it is located beside the sea, it’s a parkland layout, sitting on cliff-tops overlooking the water.
It is a well-known fact that the Irish love not only the game of golf, they also adore the sport of Kings – horseracing. Combine the two together and you have Gowran Park Golf Club in County Kilkenny.
Harry Vardon designed the “True Links” layout at Dunfanaghy Golf Club in 1905 close to the western shoreline of Sheephaven Bay on Ireland’s stunning northwest coast.