Dun Laoghaire Golf Club
Ballyman Road, Enniskerry,
Co Wicklow
Tel : +353 1 2721866 Fax : +353 1 2823533

The course is a beautiful suburban 27 hole layout designed by the legendary Golf Course architect, Harry Colt, in the early 1900. Much tree planting and landscaping have been done in recent years, resulting in a course that is pleasurable to play by all standards of golfer.

However whilst the course is not long at 5298 metres, par 69, careful club selection is required to score well and his makes for an interesting visit.

Club services and facilities include, clubhouse, bar, restaurant, pro-shop with club and trolley hire.

Dun Laoghaire Golf Club is located in Ballyman Glen on the border between County Dublin and County Wicklow. Follow the Enniskerry Road until you come to a V in the road with a petrol station ahead of you. Take the left fork and next left, you are now on the Ballyman Road, continue along and you will come to the entrance to the club on your left.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 17 Feb 1999.

Course Details

Course Name: Dun Laoghaire Holes: 27 Yardage: SSS: 68
Well kept parkland course, manicured with extensive trees and landscaping providing a pleasant , but interesting golf test to all standards of golfer.

New water feature on the 11th hole and 5th, 8th, and 14th holes are particularly of interest, whilst the par 5, 18th hole is featured in the Guinness book of record being where Tommy Campbell recorded the longest drive by an amateur golfer.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Dun Laoighaire Golf Club

    Brian Maurer wrote on: Oct 27, 2008

    The golf course at Tivoli Road has now closed and been transferred to a magnificent 27 hole course on the side of the Dublin Mountains. This is also called Dun Laoghaire golf club. It is a members club but does except green fees.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Sean Hodkinson

    Sean Hodkinson wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    As a member of Dun Laoghaire golf club with a handicap of 18, I know all about it.
    It was a reasonably long course, established in 1910. It is in a very suburban part of Dublin though and had to be shortened a lot over the years. Anyway, it is a nice course, par 69, with two shortish par 5's (12th + 18th).
    My favourite stretch of holes is perhaps the 4th to the 9th. These are 6 great holes and can be deceptively tricky if you're not straight off the tee. There is a lot of rough around there nowadays and for the high handicapper it can be very tricky to make any sort of good score if you are not hitting the fairways.
    So there you have it, you simply must play Dun Laoghaire golf course.