Highfield Golf & Country Club in County Kildare is a fine example of a traditional parkland design. The natural contours of the historical Highfield Estate, cared for by the Duggan Family for over 270 years, provides the perfect canvas for this naturally derived 18 hole parkland golf course.
The clubhouse is an unusual structure, the only one of its kind in Ireland. Some 800 Canadian cedars were used in its construction. On a cold day, a turf fire can be found burning in the Conker Bar of this Canadian log clubhouse at the Highfield Golf & Country Club amidst the aroma of freshly baked scones and homemade jam. Toasted specials are served daily with bar food served every weekend. Try the house special steak on a hot stone or fish special delivered fresh from Howth.
There is a driving range open to the public and tokens are available at reception. Visitors are always welcome to the Highfield Golf & Country Club.
Driving Range also on site, or try out your skills at Footgolf.