The course at Macreddin Golf Club is Paul McGinley's inaugural design and it’s the main leisure component of a village which now comprises a 90-room country house hotel, spa, restaurant, pub and shops.
Castle Golf Club, a 6,270-yard, par 70 parkland course is laid out in two loops of nine holes with a sting in the tail...
Located in the heart of the Irish Midlands, the 18-hole parkland course at New Forest Golf Club is laid out over gently undulating terrain...
Tramore Golf Club is a parkland course built on rolling terrain with many fairways framed by mature stands of trees and it bears resemblance to London's great heathland courses.
The East course at Powerscourt Golf Club is a serious test, especially from the championship tees, which stretch out beyond 7,000 yards.
The parkland golf course at the Mount Wolseley Resort is very demanding, where only the really big hitters will be teeing up from the championship markers.
Laytown & Bettystown Golf Club contains many of the characteristics treasured by links lovers – humps and hollows, blind approaches and an out-and-back routing that follows the natural contours of the land.
Christy O’Connor Jnr designed the course at Esker Hills Golf Club on land owned by the O’Brien and Molloy families and, with minimal earth movement, he created a challenging parkland layout
Grange Golf Club is renowned as one of the best parkland courses in Dublin with its 400-yard par four 18th hole as good a closing hole as any in Ireland.
With fine turf, Mullingar Golf Club is a delightful walk in the park and the course has a fine collection of one-shot holes.