Rathsallagh Golf Club
Designed by Christy O'Connor Jnr and Peter McEvoy the golf course at Rathsallagh has rapidly taken its place as one of the top golf courses in Ireland. After only two years in operation it was officially listed in the top 30 (out of over 350) of Ireland's Greatest Golf Courses of 1997.
Home to important domestic tournaments, many regard Rathsallagh as the best parkland course in Ireland.
Measuring 7200 yards from the Medal Tees Rathsallagh is one of the best laid out courses you could play. Several lakes and small streams meander their way accross the fairways creating a US PGA feel about the design and the greens are immaculate to putt on. Or as one of our visitors commented recently - "like putting on velvet". The undulating countryside creates the perfect golf terrain which proves a great test for golfers but is fair to all.
The Clubhouse overlooks the 9th, 10th and 18th holes and is the perfect location to watch your partners finish their round from. Excellent food and beverages await you in this fine facility upon your return. The Golf Shop stocks an excellent selection of clothing, balls and accessories, and Club, Shoe and Buggy and Electric Golf Cart Hire are all available on request.
From Dublin Airport: take the M50 south to N7. Take the N7 south for Naas Bypass, exit to M9 southbound (this is the Kilcullen bypass), heading for Carlow and Kilkenny. At the end of the Kilcullen bypass continue on for another 4 miles where you will pass the Priory Inn on the left. Continue on for about 2 miles and turn left for Rathsallagh (Rathsallagh is signposted from here). Turn left at first T-junction, another mile and you will cross an old railway bridge and immediately turn left. Entrance to Rathsallagh is 3/4 of a mile on your right.
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Green Fee Rates 2016