Rossmore Golf Club
Rossmore Park,
Monaghan, Monaghan
Tel : +4353 (0)46 81316

3 km south of Monaghan on the Cootehill Road

Further Information
Special thanks to Joe Treanor ( for the course information.

Course Details

Course Name: Rossmore Holes: 18 Yardage: 6082 SSS: 68
1st. 500+ par 5 to start. Woods to the right, trees to the left.
2nd. Nice par 3 across lake. Wood to left of green.
3rd. Long par 4. Slight dogleg to right.
4th. Par 4 along side of hill.
5th. Index 1. Par 4. Dogleg to left. Out of bounds to left. After drive, woods to left and right.
6th. Tough par 4 dogleg to left.
7th. Start of climb down. Elevated tee. Par 4 dogleg to left.
8th. Par 3. Elevated green.
9th. Par 5. Elevated tee. Crossing two rivers. Green well protected by bunkers.
10th. Par 4. Crossing two rivers. Green protected by bunkers and well positioned mature tree.
11th. Ahhhhhhh!!!!!! Par 4 dogleg to the left. Lake in front of tee. 2nd lake around corner at edge of green.
12th. Par 4. River cross' fairway 150 yds infront of tee. Out of bounds all along the right.
13th. Par 3. Tricky green.
14th. Par 4. Getting tired, you will be after these next two holes. Elevated green. Tough climb. Cross two rivers.
15th. Par 4. Dogleg left. Long hole. Elevated green.
16th. Par 3. The worst of its over.
17th. Par 4. Long par 4 from White tees. Great hole.
18th. Par 4. Green well protected by trees and a couple of bunkers. Visitors watch out from lake lurking to the left.
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  • phone number

    eleanor wrote on: Apr 7, 2010

    haven't played it yet but hope to soon. the phone number is wrong on this page as monaghan phone numbers start with 047...


  • Rossmore golf course

    Dylan Mc Mahon wrote on: Oct 29, 2006

    I am a member there. It is a great course with fantastic sceenary. not ONE hole is alike.


      • RE: Rossmore golf course

        phill donnelly wrote on: Jun 9, 2008

        liked 2nd,8th,14th,16th,17th,18th.greens good,fairways good,staff friendly.however need oxygen tank and one leg longer than the other to get round


  • Out of this world.

    Eric Anthony Pepper wrote on: Apr 26, 2004

    Being a member of Rossmore Golf Club for the last year now and it is by far one of the most demanding courses in the country. I have played all over Ireland and with a handicap of 6 I feel it has given me the most challenging games of my life. I would recommend a trip to Rossmore for all types of players. The fairways and greens are immaculate. The par 3 2nd hole is probably my favorite as you are hitting over water and with woodlands to your left you feel nothing but jubilent if landing anywhere near the green. A must for starters and professionals alike!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Henry Moore, 06/01

    Henry Moore, wrote on: May 31, 2001

    Great course, wonderful condition, every hole a stunner!


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Henry Moore, 06/01

        john wrote on: Jun 2, 2006

        Don't know what course you played on Henry. But this course although good, is not always in top class condition especially in late september to early may.
        it needs to be improved to be in any way considered a great course.
        they should also pay attention to their clubhouse. which is like something out of the 70's. dated and not as clean as it should be.


          • RE: RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Henry Moore, 06/01

            Willie wrote on: Nov 9, 2007

            It is a pity that John has his opinions of Rossmore. I have been a member there for the last 15 years. I have seen the improvements made, drainage, extending to 18 holes, greens and much more. I dont know what John is used to but we all appreciate our course. As for his comments concerning the course not being it's best from September to May I could not agree and invite any visitor to come and see for themselves. It is probably the only course in the region playable 12 months of the year. This summer just gone most courses closed during the very wet weather but not Rossmore. Come and see for yourselves.


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