Golfing in Meath

County Meath Golf Club

County Meath Golf ClubCounty Meath Golf Club boasts one of the most mature parkland courses in the Royal County. This 6088 metre par 73 parkland golf course is maintained to a very high standard. The fairways are designed to be a challenge for golfers who aspire to position themselves long off the tee, but are forgiving to shorter drivers.

Knightsbrook Golf Resort (Top 100)

knightsbrook Golf ResortA Christy O'Connor Junior designed course, Knightsbrook is a challenging and incredibly creative course.  It enjoys a stunning location with views over undulated fairways, testing greens and demanding water features.  It also features a  spacious and contemporary clubhouse.  Knightsbrook Golf Resort will play host to the Junior Solheim in 2011.

Killeen Castle

Killeen Castle is a spectacular 600 acre estate which is home to the now famous Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course.  It also features Europe's only Dave Pelz Scoring Game School.  Killeen Castle Golf course is to host the Ladies Irish Open in August of 2010 as well as the prestigious world renowned Solheim Cup in 2011.

Rathcore Golf and Country Club (Top 100)

Rathcore Golf and Country ClubThe sculptured course is a place of natural undulating beauty. Enhanced by a tree lined horizon of oak and furze then punctuated by six stone lined spring water lake lets. The charm and special ambience of the course has been crafted in rapport with nature to provide a unique challenge to every standard of golfer.  

Royal Tara Golf Club

Royal Tara Golf ClubWith 27 holes in mature parkland the main features of Royal Tara is the avenues of trees that each golfer must negotiate to come in with a decent score. The slick sand based greens open all year round; make this a little gem in the heart of the Bellinter Valley.  

Headfort Golf Club Old and New (Top 100)

headfort Golf Club Old and NewThere are two beautifully sculpted parkland courses for you to enjoy. Established in 1928, Headfort Golf Club is one of the finest parkland complexes in the Country. Boasting a 36 hole layout, both courses have beautiful trees which enhance this picturesque setting, Headfort, now in existence since 1928, is an experience to rival the best golf courses in Ireland.