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Craddockstown Golf Club
Naas, Co. Kildare
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Craddockstown Golf Club in County Kildare is a golfing jewel waiting to be explored. It is situated on the outskirts of Naas, nestled between Punchestown, the Curragh and Naas racecourses. The famous K Club is also just 14kms from Craddockstown Golf Club.

Craddockstown Golf Club in County Kildare, is

an idyllic 144 acre parkland course with six mini lakes to test any golfer's handicap. Set in the magnificent surroundings of the Kildare countryside. It provides a true test for golfers of any standard with several signature holes surrounded by beautiful water features.

The bunkering is well located and lurks to catch that wayward tee or approach shot. There is an abundance of wildlife on the course to enhance the natural setting of Craddockstown Golf Club. The club house is centrally placed to ensure panoramic views over the course. There is also a pro golf shop and full practice facilities.

Golf course details
Type of course
Parkland
N. of holes
18
Par
72
Distance
6,133m; medal distance 5,748m; ladies distance 4,963m
Contact details
Craddockstown Golf Club, Blessington Rd, Tipper South, Naas, Co. Kildare, W91 YY00, Ireland
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