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Wicklow Golf Club

Golf Near Arklow

Arklow Golf Club

Arklow Golf Club was formed in 1927.Since the very beginning; the Club has extended a warm and inviting welcome to all of its visitors from at home and from overseas. Your friends at Arklow will ensure that your visit is much more than a great round of golf. South Wicklow's beauty, the adjacent Irish Sea, reasonable rates and extraordinary service will guarantee your personal satisfaction above all else.

Woodenbridge Golf Club

Woodenbridge Golf Club was described as "Ireland's Augusta" by the legendary Joe Carr, who added that "Woodenbridge is the most scenic golf course in Ireland, a hidden gem".

In a country which abounds with scenic courses set in areas of outstanding natural beauty, this is no small claim to make. And there's hardly a more authoritative source than Carr, who played the great golf courses of the world with such distinction. And on a summer's day, when members find themselves at the place where the Avoca and the Aughrim rivers meet, they are indeed inclined to think that Woodenbridge may be Ireland's Augusta, but they also wonder if a case can be made that in fact Augusta is America's Woodenbridge!

The European Club

The links of The European Club was designed by Pat Ruddy and is owned and operated by him with the help of his family.

The European Club, as the name suggests, is designed as and destined to be a major links and a major club. The links features 20-holes (two extra holes are in play most days) of exciting links golf through tumbling dunes with dramatic views of the Irish Sea from no fewer than sixteen of the holes! Some of the holes play along the beach!

Ballymoney Golf Club

Ballymoney Golf Club is located just under 1 mile from Ballymoney village. It is a great 18 hole golf course that is open to the public. It is set in the beauty and tranquility of Courteencurragh Wood and is overlooked by the picturesque Tara Hill to the north. Its natural and undulating fairways make it a pleasant course for all golfers. It is open for green fees at all times and offers great value for money

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