Golf In Malahide

The Malahide area is richly served by quality Dublin Golf Courses that we have to give it a separate section. Among our best courses are some of the world’s and Ireland’s finest Links courses, including two Championship courses, Portmarnock and Royal Dublin.


Portmarnock Golf Club (Championship Links Course)

One of the premium Links courses in the world, it has been the venue for the Irish Open Championship, Walker Cup and many more Championship events. There are 27 holes resting on a fine sandy soil.

Directions:

4km. Turn right out the Hotel Gate and travel the beautiful coastal drive for 3km to Portmarnock. Turn left at first set of traffic lights. The Club is at the end of this road.

T: +353 1 8462968
W: www.portmarnockgolfclub.ie


Malahide Golf Club

A Championship standard which opened to 27 holes in 1990. This parkland course has a water feature on a number of the holes.

Directions:

4km. Drive straight out of the Hotel gate. At the first traffic lights turn left and follow this road until you pass a school on your right hand side. Take the next left, marked for Portmarnock, and follow this road for 0.5km until you arrive at the entrance to the club on the right hand side.

T: +353 1 846 1611


Royal Dublin Golf Club (Championship Links Course)

This is one of the finest links courses in Ireland. The layout is traditional but the wind factor can make this course very hazardous. It has been the venue for many Championships both National and International.

Directions:

12km. Turn right out the Hotel Gate and travel through Portmarnock and Baldoyle. (No turns except at a small roundabout in Portmarnock, stay left) Reaching a T junction, turn right and proceed for 6km, turn left onto the wooden bridge. Royal Dublin is 0.5km on your left.

T: +353 1 833 6346.


The Island Golf Club

Located across the estuary from Malahide but accessed from the N1 and Donabate. The Island Golf Club was established in 1890 and, surrounded by the sea on three sides, it enjoys a unique setting. Until as recently as 1973 the club was approached by boat from Malahide across the estuary. Fred Hawtree, Eddie Hackett and more recently Martin Hawtree have made course design improvements, ensuring that the true nature and character of the links are enhanced. Qualifying Course of the Open Championship 2005. The Island was ranked no 26 “must play” Golf Courses in Golf World’s November 2005 issue.

T: +353 1 8436 205
W: www.theislandgolfclub.com


Beaverstown Golf Club

This Golf Club is noted for its setting in an attractive Orchard. It is bordered by water which demands careful planning and accuracy from the player.

Directions:

Drive straight out the Hotel gates, through the town until you reach a set of traffic lights for Swords to the right. Now turn right heading for Swords. At the next Roundabout, take the third exit heading north on the N1. Pass through two roundabouts and take the right turn heading for Donabate (1km after last roundabout). Follow directions for Donabate and take a left in the town. Follow this road till you arrive at the Club entrance on the left hand side.

T: +353 1 843 6721