Tramore Golf Club in County Waterford, is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland, where golf has been played since 1894. It continues to be one of the most popular venues for golf in Waterford. It became established as one of the premier parkland courses in Ireland and has played host to the Irish Close Championship on three occasions. Tramore Golf Club now boasts 27 holes with sand based greens constructed to USPGA standards.
The view from the clubhouse is magnificent with the majestic Comeragh Mountains in the distant background. Tramore Golf Club has a superb golf course with excellent on site facilities including, a practice area, pro shop and clubhouse facilities with a bar and restaurant.
A friendly and relaxed welcome awaits every visitor looking for an exciting test of golf in an ideal environment.
- Tramore Golf Club is a parkland course built on rolling terrain, with many fairways framed by mature trees.
- Enjoy playing a round of golf or two with the magical Comeragh Mountains as your backdrop.
- Tramore golf course is both a challenging and perfectly landscaped course.
- Experience a warm and welcoming atmosphere in the clubhouse bar and restaurant.
The Old Course offers 18 holes of spectacular parkland, but if your time is limited the Newtown 9 hole course is a great option.