Carlow Golf Club

Address: Deerpark
Town: Dublin Road
Phone: 353 ((0)59) 9131695

The Club was founded in 1899. The course is naturally free draining and ensures that you will not be disappointed with the course condition no matter what time of the year you wish to play. The Club has to to offer the visitors the opportunity to play either of two courses; the Championship 18 hole Deerpark course and the new 9 hole (Par 35) Oakpark Course which opened in 2002. Carlow Golf Club is one of the finest inland courses in Ireland, and is an excellent challenge for golfers of all standards. It has hosted such prestigious tournaments as the 2002 Irish Close Championship and the 2005 World One-Arm Championship, as well as being the home of Ireland's oldest scratch cup, the Midland Scratch Cup.

Carrigleade Golf Course

Address: Carrigleade
Town: St Mullins
Phone: 353 ((0)59) 9724370

The 18-hole parkland course is always being kept in excellent condition. The magnificent stone walls and stunning views on the Brandon Mountains add to it's beauty.

Killerig Castle Golf & Country Club

Address: Killrig
Town: County Carlow
Phone: 353 ((0)59) 9163000

Surrounded by a fabulous scenic hinterland landscape and framed on the west by the Killeshin Hills, Killerig Castle is one of the best courses in Co. Carlow. It was designed by Des Smyth, assisted by Declan Brannigan, and constructed by Paddy Governey and his golf course design and marketing company, which has been associated with Fota Island, Rathsallagh, Powerscourt and the Glen of the Downs.An ideal location in Leinster, an impressive golf course layout, the design experience of Des Smyth and Declan Brannigan, the gently sloping landscape and exceptional views, all add up to a quality course in the best tradition of Irish golf.

Mount Wolseley Golf And Country Club

Address: Tullow
Town: Carlow
Phone: 353 ((0)59) 9151674

Designed by Ryder Cup player Christy O'Connor Jnr. The Championship Course is a par72, 7186 yd's, with a standard scratch of 74 from the back tees. There are no easy holes, with wide landing areas the only concession to demanding approach shots to almost every green. I remember, discussing this course with the Dalton Brothers of Waterford who had recently played Mount Wolseley for the first time of the back tees, they described it thus: "We had a pain in our drivers" this from two International amateur golfers gives one the degree of difficulty. There is water in play on eleven holes, with the eleventh, an all water carry, off the championship tee of 207 yd's. A round of golf at Mount Wolseley is always a treat to remember for golfers who enjoy a challenging and exiting game, in what is a memorable and historic location.The visual delights of this magnificent setting are many - just a few hundred yd's from the banks of the meandering river Slaney, its rich population of mature trees, its lakes - all set against the backdrop of the haunting splendour of the mountains of East Carlow and Wicklow. The hotel and other facilities at Mount Wolseley are as good as you will find anywhere in Ireland.Societies are welcome and group rates are available. Voted the No. 46-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2008. Mount Wolsely Country Resort was voted No. 27 Parkland/Inland Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2008, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland.


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                   List of Golf Courses
  • Borris Golf Club
  • Carlow Golf Club - Deerpark Course
  • Carlow Golf Club - Oakpark Course
  • Carrigleade Golf Course
  • Killerig Castle Golf & Country Club
  • Leinster Hills Golf Club
  • Mount Wolseley Golf & Country Club

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