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Glen of The Downs Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 01 2876240
Email: marcuscoughlan@glenofthedowns.com       Web: www.glenofthedowns.com
Address: Coolnaskeagh, Delgany, Co Wicklow, Just off the N11 at the Glenview Hotel exit (Junction 9), 

The parkland course plays much like a links course thanks to its sandy based greens and tees. Located just half an hours drive from Dublin city centre, it is ideally placed and easily accessible.

The entire layout has been designed and built to USGA specifications and course designed Peter McEvoy’s concept was to build a course capable of delighting the player with its conditions and aesthetics.

Major remodelling work was done on the bunker to the left of the third green and the two right hand fairway bunkers on the 18th hole and all three provide a stern test. Amongst its features is a five tier double green shared by the eighth and 10th holes. Sandwiched between these two is the delightful par-5 ninth, which measures 500 yards off the back tees and brings with it its fair share of heartbreaks as well as successes.

Golfers of all levels will find the course a challenge with its natural slopes and valleys combined with McEvoy’s trademark undulating greens, 90 bunkers and magnificent views of the sea.

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms, Pro Shop, Range

Directions
17 miles south of Dublin city off the N11. Just off the N11 at the Glenview Hotel.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made in advance.





 

Glen of The Downs Golf Club

Glen of The Downs Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Parkland
Par: 71 Length: 5980 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Anytime
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Weekend Golf Times Available: Anytime
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