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Dublin’s Doorstep & Lakelands Regions


Tullamore Golf Club


www.tullamoregolfclub.ie


Wicklow Golf Club


www.wicklowgolfclub.ie


Brookfield, Tullamore, Co. Offaly


t 353 (0)57 9321439 f 353 (0)57 9341806 e tullamoregolfclub@eircom.net


Location Drive from Dublin takes a little over 1 hour.


Course Parkland Length 6,472 Par 70


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Description Founded in 1896 the course was originally designed by Captain Hewson, re-designed in 1938 by the iconic James Braid, and later updated by Patrick Merrigan in the 90’s. The course has many picturesque views, which are enhanced by clusters of oak, beech and chestnut trees as well as stately avenues.


Green Fees: From €35 - €40 (Winter Deal: €25 Nov - Mar). Open Day Mondays €20 Apr - Oct


Dunbur Road, Co. Wicklow


t 353 (0)404 67379 f 353 (0)404 64756 e info@wicklowgolfclub.ie Location Less than an hours drive from Dublin.


Course Parkland Length 6,035 yards Par 71


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Description Set between the scenic splendour of the Irish Sea and the Wicklow mountains, you will find 18 holes of unbeatable golfing pleasure. Wicklow Golf Club is a picturesque parkland course which follows the coastline of Wicklow Bay and is situated just outside the historic town of Wicklow. Please view our website for Open Days during 2012.


Green Fees: From €20 - €35 Go to our website to book online.


Wicklow Golf Club Woodbrook Golf Club www.woodbrook.ie Woodenbridge Golf Club www.woodenbridge.ie


Dublin Road, Bray, Co. Wicklow


t 353 (0)1 2824799 e golf@woodbrook.ie


Location Less than 8 miles south of Dublin city centre.


Course Parkland Length 6,961 metres Par 72


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Description Established in 1921, by Sir Stanley Cochrane as his private club, Woodbrook was first affiliated to the Golfing Union of Ireland in 1926. Sir Stanley had previously indulged his enthusiasm for cricket at Woodbrook, a fact that is still reflected in the pavilion-style clubhouse and the cricket bell, which tolled the start and finish of play and now hangs in the bar.


Green Fees: Midweek €75; Weekend €80


Key to Symbols


18 No of Holes Club Shop Practice Facilities Club Hire Tuition Food & Drink Buggy Hire


Vale of Avoca, Arklow, Co. Wicklow


t 353 (0)402 35202 f 353 (0)402 35754 e reception@woodenbridge.ie


Location An hours drive from Dublin city centre and Dublin Airport, and only half an hour from Wicklow Town.


Course Parkland Length 6,124 metres Par 71


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Description Woodenbridge Golf Club was described as


“Ireland’s Augusta” by the legendary Joe Carr, who added that “Woodenbridge is the most scenic golf course in Ireland, a hidden gem”. The layout makes the best possible use of the course’s stunning natural features, with the Avoca and Aughrim rivers coming into play on at least 10 holes.


Green Fees: From €40 - €50 for special offers go to www.discoverireland.ie/golf


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