Woodenbridge Golf Club is a delightful, well-maintained, top quality parkland track which is situated in one of Ireland’s most scenic locations.
Arklow Golf Club’s 6,516 yards are laid out over classic links land with plenty of humps and hollows, sand hills, gorse, marram grass and bunkers to be negotiated throughout the eighteen holes.
Westport Golf Club boasts fantastic views of the surrounding area from its elevated position above the shore of Clew Bay.
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.
The Old course at Headfort Golf Club may now live in the shadow of the New course but the Old is still a fine parkland track that will delight even the most hard-to-please golfer.
North West Golf Club was one of nine founder members of the Golf Union of Ireland in 1891 (under the name of Buncrana) when it became the first club association in the world.
The Druids Heath golf course at Druids Glen is a mix of heathland and parkland with some links-like elements thrown in for good measure.
County Tipperary (or should we say Dundrum House Golf Club?) is set in an elegant Georgian estate featuring mature woodland and parkland flanked by the Multeen River.
Hermitage Golf Club has earned the reputation of being the club of choice for the rich and famous in Dublin society.
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.