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Golf

Blainroe Golf Club
Blainroe,
Co.Wicklow.
Tel: 0404-68168
Fax: 0404-69369
E-mail: blainroegolfclub@eircom.net

18 Holes, parkland golf course which runs along the coastline. Located 4km south of Wicklow Town on the coast road to Brittas Bay. Blainroe Golf Course is set on parkland terrain whilst having delightful views of the Irish Sea with some holes situated right on the coast. Best days to visit are Tuesday to Saturday. The Clubhouse which has a delightful view of the 18th Green and the Irish Sea offers full bar and dining facilities and visitors are assured of a warm welcome.


The European Club
Brittas Bay,
Wicklow,
Ireland
Tel: 0404-47415
Email: info@theeuropeanclub.com


Powerscourt Golf Club
Powerscourt Estate,
Enniskerry,
Co: Wicklow.
Tel: 01-2046033.
Fax: 01-2761303
E-mail: maria@golfclub.powerscourt.ie


Druids Glen Golf Club
Newtownmountkennedy,
Co.Wicklow.
Tel: 01 2873600
E-mail: info@druidsglen.ie

Druids Glen situated in the garden of Ireland, County Wicklow and now known internationally as the Augusta of Europe, is a golf course, which once played will stay in the memory of any golfer. Set on a 250 acre site, the designers Tom Craddock and Pat Ruddy must have thought all their dreams had come true when asked to produce a golf course on this property. Rolling landscape, wooded terrain, spectacular views and water were all natural features from the outset. The course first opened in 1995 and one year later made history by becoming the newest course ever to host the Irish Open, where it remained for a further three years. Druids Glen was voted European Course of the Year 2001 and was the venue for the Seve Trophy in 2002. But what makes this course stand out from all the rest, is the challenge it offers. There are a total of 7 dog-leg holes, where position off the tee will determine a good or bad score. The 7th, 8th, 12th and 13th holes are all set in the Glen. The 8th and the 12th are two of the most beautiful holes you will play anywhere in the world. Both par 3s, both over water and both surrounded by the most wonderful floral arrangements. The 13th is the index one hole and Colin Montgomerie stated that he felt this to be the most difficult hole played on the tour.


Charlesland Golf & Country Club
Greystones,
Co.Wicklow
Tel: 01-2874350
Fax: 01-2874360
E-mail: teetimes@charlesland.com

Set in the shadow of the famous Wicklow Mountains, Charlesland, designed by Ireland’s most celebrated and prolific course designer Eddie Hackett, has always been known as a challenging but fair test of golf in a beautiful setting. Located within walking distance of Greystones town with access from the N11 through Delgany. Water is an important feature of the design and comes into play on seven of the holes. The long par five 18th is a fantastic finishing hole, with a double dog leg and water on either side of the green – it could alter many a scorecard.


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Powerscourt House & Gardens


Enniskerry,
Co. Wicklow.

Tel: +353 (0)1 204 6000
Fax: +353 (0)1 204 6900
E-mail: info@powerscourt.ie

One of the World’s Great Gardens. Powerscourt is situated 19km (12 miles) south of Dublin in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains. It is a sublime blend of formal gardens, sweeping terraces, statuary and ornamental lakes together with secret hollows, rambling walks and over 200 varieties of trees and shrubs.  The 18th Century Palladian House now incorporates an innovative shopping experience, terrace cafe and house exhibition. Facilities include speciality shops, interiors gallery, garden pavilion and 18-hole golf course.

Opening Times   House and Gardens, daily, 9.30am-5.30pm in summer.