Woodstock Golf Club
Shanaway Road,
Ennis, Clare
Tel : +353 (0)65 6829463 Fax : +353 (0)65 6820304

General Manager: Andrew Griffith Tel : +353 (0)65 6829463

The clubhouse offers an excellence in dining and bar facilities that is matched at few courses in Ireland. Chef Joe Clinton, a member of the Irish Culinary Olympic team, delights in combining the traditional with the avant garde in the restaurant, while the bar offers a wide range of snacks, bar food and an engaging atmosphere in which to re-live the highs (and lows) of your round. The restaurant with a full à la carte menu, is open for lunch and dinner to all, although booking, especially on Sundays, is recommended.

Visitors are always welcome at Woodstock. In our relatively brief history, over 50,000 non-members have enjoyed our course with many returning frequently!

Societies interested in including Woodstock on their calendar of events should contact the General Manager.

2 miles from Ennis off N85 (Lahinch Rd.)

Further Information
Should you have any queries regarding reservations, membership or anything else, please contact us at Email - woodstock.ennis@tinet.ie or alternatively, give us a call.
We look forward to welcoming you to Woodstock.

Course Details

Course Name: Woodstock Holes: 18 Yardage: 6432 SSS: 71
Woodstock Golf Club is an excellent parkland course, built to the highest championship standards on free-draining soil, which allows the course to be played throughout the year. While a recently developed course, the architect very skilfully used the mature wooded undulating terrain at his disposal to create a gem of a golf course. Woodstock has steadily built a well-earned reputation for excellent golf in very attractive surroundings and should not be omitted from any golf itinerary.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Reader Comments / Reviews Leave a comment
  • Your twin from Maryland

    Dan McAuliffe wrote on: Apr 18, 2011

    I just want to get in touch with you as you were a major part of me succeeding in this business. I would love to here how your doing. P.s. I still have the Irish panel of chefs jacket you gave me . Slainte'


  • how have you been?

    johnny poche wrote on: Jan 27, 2009

    Chef Clinton how have you been?


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ronan Webster 19/8/01

    Ronan Webster wrote on: Sep 30, 2001

    Fantastic experience and very friendly welcome. The first 4 holes are straight - forward enough but don't be lulled. This course is built on top of a very windy hill. If it blows you need to have your fade worked out. The 6th, 7th and 8th holes are 3 of the finest built around water in Ireland and will either make or break you round. The local rule of drop zones without penalty for some of the growing rough areas does save at least 5/6 shots a round for the poorer drivers like myself. The course is hilly and you will not just be out for aerobic exercise - particularly on the walk up from the 8th - known locally as 'Heart Attack Hill'.
    Most pin positions are on a slope so prepare for some interesting lines on your puts. Misjudge a putt on this course and you are ruined! Overall - a great day out and much quieter than the attraction of Links golf in Lahinch.


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Ronan Webster 19/8/01

        Eoin Casey wrote on: Jul 29, 2006

        Visited the Course for the first time Last week and was highly impressed..The Course layout is second to none,with some very challeging holes which are guarded by some very Deep Traps,which are kept in immaculate Condition.Over all one of the best courses i've played for both beginners and die-hards alike.