Golfing in Waterford

Waterford is lucky to be close to some of Ireland’s best gold courses. Take a look at the golf clubs favoured by our guests;

Mount Juliet Golf and Country Club

Mount Juliet is one of the South East’s most famous and prestigious golf course. Designed by the great Jack Nicklaus it has hosted the Irish Open on three occasions and has gained a reputation worldwide of being a top class golf course. This course is only a 30 minute drive from Waterford city.


Faithlegg Golf Club

Designed by the well known Irish golf course architect Paddy Merrigan, the Faithlegg Golf Course opened in 1993. This is a challenging course that features unforgiving greens, water hazards and ‘perfectly’ place sand traps.


Waterford Golf Club

Boasting stunning views this parkland course is a golfers delight on the edge of Waterford city. Founded all the way back in 1912, the front and back 9 of Waterford Golf Club has been designed by two multi-winning Open Champion, Willie Park and James Braid.


Tramore Golf Club

Tramore Golf Club’s parkland course is one of the oldest in the country dating back to 1894 and its 18 seaside championship holes provide a stern test for golfers.


Dunmore East Golf Club

Overlooking the coastal village of Dunmore East this golf course offers panoramic views of the village, hook Peninsula and the Irish Sea. Looks can be deceiving as Dunmore Easts Golf Club is a beautiful course yet it is both stimulating and challenging.


Waterford Castle Hotel and Golf Club

Waterford Castle Hotel and Golf Club claims to be Ireland’s true island golf resort. This par 72 championship course was deigned by former Ryder Cup player Des Smyth and is set over 200 acres of mature woodland and parkland.