Charlesland Golf & Country Club
Greystones, Wicklow
Tel : +3530(0) 1-2874 350 Fax : +3530(0) 1-2874 360

Charlesland golf Club was designed by Ireland's foremost golf architect Eddie Hackett. Other attractions in the County Wicklow including Powerscourt Gardens with the famous waterfall, Mount Usher Gardens and Glendalough. One can also go on the famous Wicklow Walks which will bring you along spectacular mountainous terrain where one can enjoy the breathtaking vistas.

25 km south east of Dublin

Further Information
Full hotel with bar and restaurant. Practice facilities available. Club, Buggy and Trolley hire available.

Course Details

Course Name: Charlesland Holes: 18 Yardage: 6739 SSS:
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  • Course Review 06/04

    Michael Cross wrote on: Jun 7, 2004

    Played course in June 2004 with 2-fore-1 green fee voucher - making green fee only EUR 22.50 - what a bargain ! First 6 holes run along the coast and the irish sea provides a great back drop. The course turns inland at the end of the first 9, with the first major water hazard coming into play on the 8th, an excellent hole with the fairway sloping right to left towards the water. The 9th involves carrying the lake over the largest point if you are to get a good line around the trees. The back 9 provides a different test, providing severe dog legs, numerous blind shots, sloping fairways, thick rough and a superb par 3 13th down a steep drop. Great round, superbly manicured course, lovely clubhouse !


      • RE: Course Review 06/04

        terry jackson wrote on: Sep 5, 2004

        trip aug 2005
        20 golfers 12 single figure golfers
        stay your hotel 3 nights
        play golf there 2 days
        play 2 other courses nearby
        4 days golf 3 nights b = b


  • Europe Golf courses reviews A Payne 6/01

    A Payne wrote on: May 31, 2001

    What a course. The third hole is the whole reason to play golf; it has, challenging and requires a skillfull touch around the green.