The design of the current course at Galway Golf Club is down to the efforts of the celebrated Scottish designer Alister MacKenzie who laid out the 18 holes in 1926.
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.
Woodenbridge Golf Club is a delightful, well-maintained, top quality parkland track which is situated in one of Ireland’s most scenic locations.
The last three holes on the Mahony’s Point course at Killarney Golf & Fishing Club are part of Campbell’s original design, one of the finest finishing stretches in golf.
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.
Knightsbrook Golf Club has been compared in terms of quality and layout to many of the better-known Irish parkland courses in and around the Dublin area.
A significant amount of earth was bulldozed to create the sculptured golf course at St. Margaret’s Golf Club, and it opened for play in 1992.
The Reid family must be thanked for the gift of Glasson, for they gave up their land and their period home to enable the birth of the Glasson Golf and Country Club.
Dundalk Golf Club has undergone several design changes over the years. James Braid modified the course and then Dave Thomas upgraded it.
St. Anne’s Golf Club shares Bull Island with The Royal Dublin Golf Club and it was around the time that Harry Colt rebuilt the Royal course that nine holes were laid out by members and a club established in 1921.