Mullingar Golf Club
Mullingar, West Meath
Tel : +353 (0)44 48366 Fax : +353 (0)44 41499

5 km south of Mullingar on the N52

Further Information
Club, trolley and buggy hire. Bar and restaurant on site.

Course Details

Course Name: Mullingar Holes: 18 Yardage: 6370 SSS: 71
Rolling fairways cut their way through mature timber to superb greens.

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

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  • mullingar golf club

    james o'rourke wrote on: Apr 20, 2006

    fat bennett and bell have another thing coming if they think mullingar is a bad course.I have played a good 60 courses and mullingar is up there with the best.If you don,t hit the fairway in one well....? bogey would be good. If you play of scratch Mullingar is a fine challange


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    G Bell wrote on: Oct 18, 2005

    Mullingar Golf Course is a fine test of golf. It is regarded as one of the best of James Braid's finest designs. Walker Cup teams have dipped generously into the Mullingar Scratch Trophy winner's circle, and over the years included Peter Benka, Des Smyth, Philip Walton, Darren Clarke, Paul McGinley, Garth McGimpsey, John McHenry, Padraig Harrington, and Raymond Bums in their selections.


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    Colm doyle wrote on: May 23, 2005

    Having recently played Mullingar GC I have to say it was an enjoyable expiernce and that we were pleasantly looked after by all at the club
    We were a large group visiting from the UK and turned up a little late and it was no bother to make sure we got off, The management and staff were very polite and helpfull and I had a cht with one of the members Pat Quinlan and must say a very pleasnt chap and a credit to his golf club.


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    Big Billy Bennett wrote on: Dec 10, 2003

    Mullingar golf club is a right dump. the members there are rude, snobby unhelpful and quite ugly looking. the couse itself is boring, badly drained and quite frankly badly kept. The staff and clubhouse is a disaster (the food is awful)and the drink overpriced. I recommend that everyone should stay clear of this awful place!


      • RE: Mullingar golf course

        bill cleary wrote on: Dec 9, 2008

        Mate you are out of order,you have not got a clue how to respect people and to hide behind your stupid e-mail,


      • RE: Mullingar golf course in N. Ireland

        Alan garry wrote on: Sep 13, 2008

        ya dont know much about golf clubs then do ya lad i was a member there for over 10 years while i lived in mullingar and i have to say a top class place and from what i hear they have improved on it i have played in a lot of courses not just in ireland but were i live in california and i have to say mullingar is still high up on my list of favorites the course is a credit to all the members and staff that have worked so hard to keep the course at the high standard that it is in


      • RE: Mullingar golf course

        David Bell, Mullingar wrote on: Jan 24, 2006

        i agree with Billy Bennett 100%. it's about time someone spoke up about Mullingar Golf course and the Management behind it. it's time that some real people come and run the golf courses and the old management take their fingers out of their arses and wake up and smell the shit!!!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Graham Bishop Adelaide, South Australia Hdcp 12 01/01

    Graham Bishop Adelaide, South Australia Hdcp 12 wrote on: Dec 31, 2000

    I am on my first OS trip in the summer of1984. I had a list of the best golf courses in the UK and Ireland, I played all of them with one exception Mullingar due to rain and we had to move on. I was very disappointed I could not play to say the least. I liked what I saw from the clubhouse upstairs viewing window and have constantly thought about the one I missed out on for the past 16 years. This year I have booked my second OS trip and all being well I will play Mullingar in 2001 at long last, I look forward to it and hope to make it a highlight of the trip.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mr Eujene Ryan 12/99

    Mr Eujene Ryan wrote on: Nov 30, 1999

    I am from Mullingar and I think it is a tricky course and is one of the best in our country but it suits a novice better than a pro. It is a good course for novices. Daragh Ryan


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Padraig O'Donnell 9/99

    Padraig O'Donnell wrote on: Aug 31, 1999

    I have just recently started playing golf and I think Mullingar is a top class golf course it is situated just out side Mullingar. The greens are kept well and the fairways are kept neat and tidy every year the Mullingar scratch cup is held there where amateur golfers come from all over the country to enter in it. Recent winners are Paul Mc Ginley Padraig Harrington and Darren Clarke, who have all turned pro and are doing well.


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