St Helen's Bay Golf Club
St Helens Bay,
Rosslare Harbour, Wexford
Tel : +353 (0)53 33234/33669 Fax : +353 (0)53 33803

Set in the beautiful location beside St Helen's Bay, it looks out to the coast and the Tuskar Lighthouse.

Near the Rosslare Ferry.

Further Information
Full Hotel and catering facilities. Club, trolley, and buggy hire available. Tennis courts on site.

Course Details

Course Name: St Helen's Bay Holes: 18 Yardage: 6664 SSS: 72
The 18 hole golf course is set in the Bay of St Helen is a design, by Philip Walton, which takes full advantage of the onshore winds and gently sloping rural land, totally at one with nature. There are nine water features and 5,000 trees, as well as strategically-placed bunkers. 'This 18 hole championship course will provide enormous pleasure to all who play it, leaving all who experience St Helens a lasting impression ' - P Walton.

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  • St Helen's Bay

    Geoff Colmer wrote on: Jun 30, 2006

    Placed in the farthest SW corner of Ireland are the 27 holes of St Helen's Bay. Set on the cliff tops is a nice clubhouse overlooking the Irish sea and this is a course worth playing. Not because there's a challenge on every hole. Or, its ancient, or has a history, but rather for other reasons. It's is well cared for, not too severe on making a score, nice palm trees, wind plays a key role in toughening it up, and the last 3 holes are very, very interesting. Recommended


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jerry Darby 10/00

    Jerry Darby wrote on: Sep 30, 2000

    I played St. Helens Bay 25 Oct 2000 in the Millennium Pairs International Classic. The Course was pleasant but fairly ordinary over the outward 9. The back 9 continued to improve with a spectacular final 2 holes on the cliff tops, which unfortunately proved our undoing. Super club and the friendliest welcome you could hope to get anywhere. Well worth a visit.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jacob Rasin 7/98

    Jacob Rasin wrote on: Jun 30, 1998

    We played St Helen's Bay the third week of June 1997. Although the first half of the course is pretty ordinary, things start to happen on the back 9: the 17th and 18th holes alone make the visit worthwhile. Both holes are situated directly on the rim above the beach with hidden greens and fairways respectively. Truly magnificent golf holes!