Leinster is one of the four provinces of Ireland and is situated in the east of Ireland. The traditional flag of Leinster features a golden harp on a green background. The capital city of Ireland - Dublin - lies in this province. The Royal Curragh Golf Club - located in County Kildare - is Ireland's oldest golf course and the oldest in Leinster. There is proof that golf was first played on the plains of the Curragh iin 1852.

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Played on: 31 December 2020
Handicap while playing: 9.7
Killeen Castle

Played recently in an Open Competition. Has to be one of the best decisions I've made. A really wonderful lay out and some fabulous holes. Very pleasant surroundings with the Castle as backdrop on many holes. Fairways and greens were in wonderful order particularly in mid December.

Played on: 17 September 2020
Handicap while playing: 28.0
Championship Course (Red/Blue)

Excellent test of golf. The wind has to be mastered and wayward shots penalised. However the links course gives plenty of reward for accuracy and imagination. The bunkers are challenging and still a very enjoyable day of golf.

Played on: 22 April 2021
Handicap while playing: 7.0
East Course
West Course

I have mixed feelings about this one because it should be up there at the top. The place is gorgeous, I mean absolutely stunning and the price point is high. Greens and fairways are usually in great conditions. It really has everything to be a great golf club. But some noticeable things are lacking. The driving range is very poor for a place like that. The mats are in awf…

Played on: 17 November 2020
Handicap while playing: 6.0
Killeen Castle

I wanted to play the course the solheim cup was played on.

Played on: 29 February 2020
Handicap while playing: 13.9
Esker Hills

I played Esker hills on a mid February morning as Storm Ellen was gathering around Ireland and still fully enjoyed the round. The clue is in the name, a very hilly course where you are exposed to the elements on a large number of holes. There's a practice green beside the club house and while I only saw a net to practice your striking I did not have the time or weather …

Played on: 4 February 2020
Handicap while playing: 18.0

What a find in Dublin Ireland, we truly enjoyed every shot and step at howth.

Played on: 21 January 2020
St. Anne's

det er helt i top.

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Played on: 5 May 2020
Handicap while playing: 12.0
St. Anne's

The practice facilities are average enough really only catering for the short game, for which they are pretty good. For a pre round warm up there are very good and really important they are adjacent to the clubhouse. A lovely drive through low lying Sand dunes with glimpses of the course, brings you to a well protected car park The Clubhouse is deceptive from the outside…

Played on: 9 January 2020
Handicap while playing: 8.0
St. Anne's

I have played St Anne's a good half a dozen times. Always enjoyed this flat, short but true links that offers great views on bull island and the Dublin bay. Greens tend to be very good and fast. The 360° club house offers beautiful views on Howth and the Dublin Bay. Recommended if looking for a good Irish links close to Dublin.

Played on: 5 January 2020
Handicap while playing: 36.0
Corballis Links

Een prachtige links baan, werkelijk een geweldige ervaring. Neem genoeg ballen mee veel blind shots. En mis je de fairway betekent bal kwijt. Wij vonden de holes met vergezichten over de zee echt schitterend. De baan heeft zeer gevarieerde holes, uitstekend onderhouden greens. We hadden hem graag nog eens gespeeld maar ons reis schema liet dat helaas niet toe. Person…

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Play golf in Leinster

Leinster is a great golf destination and is home to many historic and highly rated golf clubs. Along the coast near Dublin you will find great links courses like The Island Golf Club, The European Club, Portmarnock Golf Club, Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links and The Royal Dublin Golf Club. But there are also many lovely parkland courses in Leinster, like Killeen Castle, The K Club, Mount Juliet Estate, Druids Glen and Wicklow Golf Club, which is basically a parkland clifftop course. So, there is enough variety in Leinster for all type of golfers. In and around Dublin the green fee prices can be high, but a little bit further inland or further away, the prices drop quickly. Combine a golf trip to Leinster with some nightlife in Dublin and you'll have a great golf break. Getting to Leinster is easy. Dublin Airport is located in this province and is located just 10km north of Dublin City Centre. There are several transport options for those travelling to Dublin City Centre and beyond.
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