East Courses & Tee Times

Rathcore GCC
4.3 stars from 5
A magnificently fashioned golf course offering 18 challenging holes of play set against the backdrop of the rolling drumlins of Co. Meath. Spectacular water features reflect tree-lined horizons, generous greens and wide fairways.
Knightsbrook Golf Resort: #17
4.5366 stars from 5
Part of the prestigious Knightsbrook Hotel and Golf Resort complex in the heritage town of Trim, the golf club at Knightsbrook offers patrons a high-class experience representative of the entire property.
Edmondstown GC: #9
4.3529 stars from 5
Opening in 1944, Edmondstown Golf Club offers golfers an epic parkland layout that stretches to nearly 7,000 yards from the back tees. Set on the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, Edmondstown gives golfers stunning visages along with its challenging play.
Craddockstown GC: #10
4.5556 stars from 5
Craddockstown Golf Club is a par 72, Arthur Spring-designed course that has a diverse mix of holes, lots of water and dramatic par 5s. It doesn't start timidly, throwing at you a par 5, 447-meter hole from the whites that includes a half dozen bunkers and a very large lake that the fairway wraps around.
Beaverstown GC: #12
4.25 stars from 5
Beaverstown Golf Club sits along the shores of Rogerstown Estuary, enjoying a verdant landscape sprinkled with six lakes and 36 acres of mature apple trees that were leftover from the fruit farm that used to occupy the grounds.
Highfield GC
3.5385 stars from 5
The natural contours were Alan Duggan's inspiration when he designed Highfield Golf Club, an 18-hole, par-70 traditional parkland course. The land provides natural drainage, and the undulations give the course its character.
Wicklow GC: #17
4.3077 stars from 5
Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Designed by Pat Ruddy and the late Tom Craddock, this course is set between the scenic splendour of the Wicklow Mountains and the Irish Sea.
Forrest Little GC
4.35 stars from 5
Set near the Dublin Airport, Forrest Little Golf Club was designed by Fred Hawtree and measures out at more than 6,500 yards from the back tees. Notable for its lush vegetation and well-maintained fairways, Forrest Little has been the host of multiple Golfing Union of Ireland tournaments and was a qualifying course for the Irish Open for many years.
Carton House Golf Club - The Montgomerie Course
4.3333 stars from 5
Carton House Golf Club is a club with a soul. A club with a unique style of its own. A club with a passion for golf. Carton house European Golf Resort of the Year 2008.
Powerscourt Golf Club - East Course: View from green
4.4615 stars from 5
Ireland is renowned as one of the leading golf destinations in the world. Fringed on all sides by the sea and with a landscape that is spectacularly varied, this small island on the edge of Europe boasts incredible championship golf courses designed by some of the sport's most revered architects and players.
Delgany GC: #9
5 stars from 5
Delgany Golf Club, Co Wicklow celebrated it's centenary in 2008. Delgany is about 30 minutes drive from Dublin just off the N11 to Wexford. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside and breathtaking scenery with hill and sea views from Bray Head and the Sugarloaf to Wicklow Head.
The K Club - Smurfit Course: Quarry Hole
4.75 stars from 5
The Palmer Ryder Cup Course is, quite simply, one of Europe's most spectacular courses. It charms, it entices and invariably, brings out the very best in your game. It is unlikely that you will be asked to tackle the course from the championship tees, but this should in no way diminish the excitement of pitting your wits against Arnold Palmer, for, in a sense, this is precisely what you are about to do.
Bray GC: 1st, 3rd & Clubhouse
4.5 stars from 5
Situated between Bray Head and Sugar Loaf Mountain, Bray Golf Club boasts unrivaled views of Killiney Bay and the Wicklow Mountains. The course dates back to 1897, its construction coincided with a major boom in gold development in the late 19th century.
Castlewarden GC: #5
4.5 stars from 5
Castlewarden Golf Club has matured beautifully over the 22 years since it opened. The designers vision for this natural landscape was developed over ten years and today we have a magnificent 6704 yards , par 72 Parkland course.
Grange Castle GC
4.1053 stars from 5
Welcome to Grange Castle Golf Club. Founded in 1998 and designed by Patrick F. Merrigan, the 18 hole Championship Course is regarded as one of the finest public golf courses in Ireland.
Roundwood GC: Clubhouse
3.8667 stars from 5
Roundwood Golf Club is a parkland course with a links feel. Its sand-based greens are built to U. S. Golf Association standards and roll true no matter the weather. All 18 holes offer a unique challenge, but perhaps none more than the par-5 15th.
Corballis Golf Links
4.2857 stars from 5
Corballis Golf Links, established in 2004, is the only public links course in Ireland. It's a stunning 18-hole course laid into the dunes just 25 minutes from the center of Dublin. Ron Kirby later redesigned four holes on the course, extending it to a par 66.
Elmgreen GC: #1
3.6304 stars from 5
Boasting 110 acres of lush green fairways and stunning views, Elmgreen Golf Centre is an 18-hole course just 10 minutes from the centre of Dublin. Designed by acclaimed Irish golf architect Eddie Hackett, Elmgreen Golf Centre first opened to the public in 1995.
Killeen Castle: #15
4.871 stars from 5
Jack Nicklaus is considered the greatest golfer of all time. With an unmatched 18 major championships in his career he has really done it all on the golf course. During his lifetime he has created many fantastic memories in golf and here at Killeen castle he has created a world class Jack Nicklaus Signature Design 18 hole Championship golf course.
Kilcock GC: #12
4.7143 stars from 5
Originally a nine-hole course that was established in 1984, Kilcock Golf Club was extended to 18 holes in 1990. Redesigned by Eddie Hackett, the course features small greens (sand-based) that are well maintained and fast, as well as a nice mix of short and long holes, especially the par 4s.

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The Heritage Golf & Spa Resort - Ballesteros: #16
4.375 stars from 5
The Heritage, a 72 par Championship golf course in Ireland, designed by Seve Ballesteros and Jeff Howes is set in the beautiful rolling countryside of Co. Laois, just one hour from Dublin, with the Slieve Bloom Mountains as a backdrop.
Castle Barna GC: #9
4.75 stars from 5
Located along the banks of the Grand Canal, Castle Barna Golf Club resides on some of the country's most scenic countryside. The course sprawls across the rolling terrain of the Irish midlands, dotted with mature trees that are hundreds of years old.