Tinahely is surrounded by some of the best golf courses in Ireland and is situated 15 minutes from most of them. County Wicklow is known as the ‘Garden of Ireland’ due to the abundance of lush countryside and pretty surroundings, making it perfect for any sporting break.
Coollattin Golf Club is a beautiful and challenging par 72 layout located in the heart of historic Coollattin Park in south County Wicklow.
The first golf course at Coollattin was developed, in 1922, by William (‘Billy’) Wentworth, the 7th Earl Fitzwilliam. The Earl, an avid golfer and a nephew of one of America’s first professional golfers, could not have found a more stunning setting. The golf course was laid out against the backdrop of superb specimen trees, rhododendrons and azaleas – a rare and beautiful collection which had been planted and nurtured by ‘Billy’s’ family and ancestors since the early 1700’s.
The Macreddin Valley is an area of outstanding natural beauty, tucked away at the southern reaches of the Wicklow Mountains. In the heart of the valley lies Macreddin GolfClub, a magnificent 18 hole, Par 72 golf course set on 160 acres of tranquil woodland splendour.
Macreddin is the first course ever designed by Irish professional golfer and Ryder Cup Captain Paul McGinley. After years of competing at the peak of the game, playing against the world’s elite golfers and across the most acclaimed golf courses, Paul brought all his experience to bear in creating a course that oozes class and quality.
At Arklow Golf Links, the aim is to provide the visitor with a day to remember on a traditional links golf course. The experience can begin with a hearty breakfast or something lighter overlooking the tranquil and panoramic view of this superb golf links with its meandering fairways and rugged sand dunes set against a backdrop of the Irish Sea.
Millbrook is a well laid out golf course on 20 acres with beautiful views to the Wicklow Mountains, with all weather tees and large well maintained greens on naturally undulating land. Mature trees, bunkers and water features spread throughout the course giving all the holes their own individual hazards and character. Great for beginners yet still challenging for the experienced golfers who wish to improve their short game.
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