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Druids Glen Resort
Druid's Glen Rd
Newtownmountkennedy, 31, Ireland


+353 1.287.0800
This resort is located a short distance south of Dublin and features two courses designed by Pat Ruddy. Societies are welcome here with advance booking. The peak walking rates for the Glen Course are €70 Monday-Thursday, €90 Friday-Sunday; rates for the Heath course are lower. Discounts and group packages are also available from their web site.

Holes lengths here are in yards.
  
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Type:Resort
Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:€60 - €74
   Weekend:€75 - €99
General Manager:Barry Dowling (DoG)
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Online & Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Short Game Practice:yes with sand bunker
Water Hazards:Moderate
Sand Bunkers:Moderate




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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
10/12/19 Kevin Bowman 85
10/12/19 Chad Snyder 80
9/8/19 Anders Karlsson 96
7/19/19 paulgraham1 93
7/16/19 Darren Breen 93
7/6/19 leigh tomlinson 86
6/14/19 Gary Maher 79
6/14/19 Mark Bolger 91
6/8/19 Pete Williams 91
5/25/19 Andrew Bowker 94
5/24/19 Andrew Bowker 106
5/17/19 manningcolly 106
4/25/19 Mark O'Donoghue 100
4/16/19 Carl McDowell 98
4/15/19 Carl McDowell 102
4/14/19 Carl McDowell 113
3/9/19 jimquin697 85
9/28/18 Michael O'Donohoe 101
9/4/18 Jan Sørensen 99
8/14/18 Duane M. Dodwell 100
4/17/18 paulgraham1 95
4/14/18 Jan Sørensen 93
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Recent Reviews

  bdr65@shaw.ca - 6/28/14
Was very happy with this course. Was paired with a member and had a very pleasant time. Only drawback was that we were playing behind a large group of society golfers so the pace of play was quite slow but the inherent beauty of the course made this more bearable.
  Bass Rock - 7/7/12
Too tricked up.
  Wantesgolf - 9/12/11
Beautiful course. Last 9 holes are amazing.
  proscan81 - 8/27/11
Rivals Augusta in full bloom..Exquisite scenery
  aglazier - 7/1/11
This was the only non-links "parkland style" course that I played in Ireland. It played very much like a US course, in that you didn't have to let your ball land short of the green and run on. Also, sprinkler heads were marked to the center of the green instead of the front edge. It was also the only course I played while in Ireland (Ballybunion, Royal Portrush, Royal County Down, Ardglass, Portmarnock) that wasn't located on the coast, so there was almost no wind. I forgot how big of an advantage that is.


The course was in great condition, it was nice. There were several memorable holes. I wouldn't go as far as saying "The Augusta of Europe" as the course likes to advertise. If that really is what Augusta is truly like, my desire to play Augusta just really went down. The course felt forced and contrived at times, like a wannabe super nice American golf course. It felt like it was trying to hard with some of the trees that were planted that obviously didn't fit in with the surrounding scenery. The way the trees were spaced in perfect distance intervals away from each other made it feel unnatural. The largest swans I'd ever seen patrolling a few of the greens was a bit over the top (not to mention there is evidence of them "having done their business" on the par 3 17th.

Clubhouse was uber-pimp, I'd highly recommend having lunch there. The leek soup is outstanding. The staff in the pro shop was not especially friendly or helpful.

Overall it was a good golf course and would be great to occassionally play in the States, but if you're playing in Ireland I would recommend staying with the links courses. I've heard Druids Heath (the other course is a links course and is much better).
  BillCul - 6/10/11
Best course in Ireland by far.
  Emma05.1 - 7/7/13
  Andos - 7/5/13
  kenwinter - 4/14/13
  geoffhill99 - 10/8/12
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