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Dublin’s Doorstep & Lakelands Regions


County Louth Golf Club Castle Barna Golf Club www.castlebarna.ie Charlesland Golf Club www.charlesland.com


Daingean, Tullamore, Co. Offaly


t 353 (0)57 9353384 f 353 (0)57 9353077 e info@castlebarna.ie Location Daingean, Tullamore Course Parkland Length 5,816 metres Par 72


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Description Castle Barna is nestled along the banks of the Grand Canal. Its lush fairways, excellent greens, beautiful lakes and well positioned bunkers ensure a challenge for any golfer. Host club of GUI Fixtures including, Pierce Purcell, Junior Cup and Jimmy Bruen Shield. Hospitality, warmth and friendliness are what characterise a round of golf at this golfing oasis. Open seniors every Tuesday & Open Singles every Thursday. Green Fees: €20 - €30


Clones Golf Club www.clonesgolfclub.com


Greystones, Co. Wicklow


t 353 (0)1 2874350 f 353 (0)1 2870078 e admin@charlesland.com


Location Greystones exit Junction 11 from N11 onto R774. Go straight through 6 roundabouts. At the 7th roundabout take 2nd exit and take 1st turn right to golf club. Course Parkland Length 6169 metres Par 72 18


Description Set in the shadow of the famous Wicklow Mountain’s, Charlesland Golf Club, designed by Irelands most celebrated and prolific course designer Eddie Hackett, designer of legendary links courses Waterville, Connemara, Murvagh and Enniscrone, has always been known as a challenging but fair test of golf, in a beautiful setting. Green Fees: See website for details www.charlesland.com


County Louth Golf Club www.countylouthgolfclub.com


Hilton Park, Clones, Co. Monaghan


t 353 (0)47 56017 f 353 (0)47 56017 e info@clonesgolfclub.ie Location 2.5 miles from Clones on N54 which branches off M3


Course Parkland Length 5,980 metres Par 71 18


Description Established in 1913, Clones Golf Club is located at Hilton Park, 2.5 miles from Clones on the N3. The very scenic course was designed by Dr Arthur Spring. Set in rolling woodland with many mature trees, it’s somewhat of a haven of tranquillity. Popular with society and green fee golfers, the course is a good test of golf for golfers of all standards. Green Fees: From €20 - €25


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Baltray, Drogheda, Co. Louth


t 353 (0)41 988530 f 353 (0)41 9881531 e reservations@countylouthgolfclub.com


Location 55km north of Dublin City and less than 40 minutes drive from Dublin Airport


Course Links Length 7,035 yards Par Men 72 / Ladies 74


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Description Established 1892, County Louth Golf Club, or ‘Baltray’ as it is also known, is links golf at its very best. Highly ranked in the Top 100 courses in Ireland, it is an experience never to be forgotten. Hosts to the 2004 Nissan Irish Open, the 2009 ‘3’ Irish Open and home to the East of Ireland Championship.


Green Fees: See website for prices for special offers go to www.discoverireland.com/golf


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