Seapoint Golf Club
Drogheda, Louth
Tel : +353 (0)41 9822333 Fax : +353 (0)41 9822331

Seapoint Golf Club, award wining modern mature clubhouse blends with the tranquillity and seclusion of the area.

The professional shop stocks a large range of footwear, clothing and golfing accessories. We can look after your requirements regarding the hire of caddies, trolleys, buggies, and golf clubs.

The bar area is informal and relaxing, and has a balcony which overlooks the golf course, with views of the sea and the East coast.

Our restaurant provides a full menu and caters for breakfast, snacks and lunches for golfers, a variety of meals for visiting societies and 'a La Carte' menu for visitors, members and friends.

A special welcome is extended to individuals and groups that visit Seapoint.

From Dublin, follow the N1 north, and head for the village of Termonfeckin. Cross the humpback bridge and take the immediate right turn. Club 1 mile on the right.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 3 March 1999.

Course Details

Course Name: Seapoint Holes: 18 Yardage: 7000 SSS:
Seapoint Golf Links was designed by Des Smyth and associates and opened in June 1993. We designed this course to accommodate all standards of golfer from the beginner to low handicapper and professional alike. Our aim is that you enjoy the challenge. Seapoint is a championship course with a par of 72, measuring over 7,000 yards and constructed on 260 acres of links land.

The beauty of Links golf means that it is playable 365 days per year. (There are only 150 links golf courses in the world.) Four sets of the tee boxes on most holes and large manicured greens are featured that are a pleasure to golfers all year round.

Mature trees border the course on the west and offer a contrast to the links, while water hazards come into play on six of the first nine holes. The closing holes are bordered by the beach and offer magnificent views of the East Coast, the Mountains of Mourne and the Irish Sea. Irrigation is installed on all tee's. Fairways and greens and a progressive plan is in place for course maintenance and development.

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

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  • Seapoint Golf Club

    Joe Clarke wrote on: Aug 10, 2004

    Lush fairways, slick greens this is a golfers dream. Green keeping staff keep this course in fantastic condition all year round. There are always improvements going on. Very hard to fault any aspect of this course. It's only a matter of time before the Irish Open is played here. I rate this course very highly indeed.


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    Aiden Rice wrote on: Jun 11, 2004

    probably one of the most challenging courses on the east coast of Ireland. Greens in superb condition and a course you must manage your way round!


      • RE: Seapoint

        PAUL LLOYD wrote on: Feb 20, 2005

        Thanks....I am playing this course tomorrow


  • cool

    james ter wrote on: Oct 9, 2003

    seapoint sucks


  • Europe Golf courses reviews George A. Georgiou (

    George A. Georgiou wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    We played in mid august and the course was in great shape. We hit a driving rain on the first hole and a member ran across two fairways to offer my wife a hat. A true test of golf with all the elements, the best value for money we found in Ireland. Forget the K Club and it's high and mighty, this is a great course with genuine, friendly people. I loved it!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Alan Carley 01/00

    Alan Carley wrote on: Dec 31, 1999

    A tough links, which changes every time I play. Getting better with age, unlike my swing!! The front nine has a lot of shelter from the coast, but wait 'till you turn the corner!! Good hunting!!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Barry Chadwick 7/98

    Barry Chadwick wrote on: Jun 30, 1998

    Very well kept course, wind makes easy looking hole treacherous, one of the most enjoyable links courses I've played


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