Newbridge Golf Club in County Kildare is an 18-hole parkland course just 30 minutes south of Dublin City. The course boasts USGA specification greens and tees. Experienced and novice golfers will enjoy the challenges that the course offers. The first 9 holes are dominated by the Hill of Allen, the 3rd and 6th dance around the Bog of Allen, and holes around the turn are especially challenging, with water features giving the golfer something extra to watch out for.
Over 40,000 trees of many varieties have been planted, including Japanese larch, cedars of Lebanon and Norwegian maple along with the more common place oak and copper beech trees. All of the planting contributes to the peaceful and relaxed atmosphere on the course.
The club is noted for its wildlife, with herons, moor hens, kingfisher and wild ducks all prominent throughout the course. There is also an active grey partridge and pheasant breeding programme under way.
After putting your final shot on the 18th, enjoy the facilities in the clubhouse, including the Bay Leaf restaurant and the clubhouse bar that features a 180 degree view of the course.