Grange Castle Golf Club

Nangor Road, Clondalkin 22

Founded in 1998 the 18-hole championship course is regarded as one of the finest public golf courses in Ireland. Located just ten minutes from the M50, N7 and N4, Grange Castle provides golfers of all abilities with a truly enjoyable golfing experience in a wonderful parkland setting.

Designed by Patrick F. Merrigan, whose pedigree extends to courses such as the Old Head of Kinsale, Failthlegg and Slieve Russell. Owing to its excellent condition, fine greens and fantastic golf holes, Grange Castle Golf Course has quickly established a reputation of quality and value.

The Par 72 course has been crafted to championship standard and measures just under 6,800 yards off the blue tees. The greens have been developed to USGA specification and have been the subject of much praise from members, visiting golfers and societies since the course opened. Set amid the backdrop of the picturesque Dublin mountains and beautifully designed with 7 lakes and a number of streams running throughout, Grange Castle Golf Course continues to mature into a top golf destination.

Open to the public all year round, Grange Castle has a timesheet in operation seven days a week. The course is professionally managed and maintained by Synergy Golf Limited, one of Ireland's leading golf course management and maintenance companies.

Restrictions: Please ring 00353 14641043 or email: info@grangecastlegc.com club in advance to make a booking, all reservations are subject to availability.

  • Members Offers
  • 4 for the price of 3 green fees
  • Standard Green Fees
  • Midweek: €20 (Mon-Fri)
  • Weekend: €28 (Sat, Sun, Bank & Public Holidays)
  • Member Savings
  • 4-Ball Saving: €28
  • 2-Ball Saving:
  • Course Features
  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 72
  • Length: 6165 m
  • Parkland Course
  • Weekend Play Available

COURSE LOCATION

Nangor Road, 22 53.3155 -6.43261

Members get 4 for the price of 3 green fees at Grange Castle Golf Club with Open Fairways. 2 ball saving every time you play!

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