The 18 hole parkland golf course in County Waterford, is set in a tranquil, scenic location with the surrounding Comeragh Mountains, Drum Hills and River Brickey adding to its natural beauty. The parkland course was constructed in 1993 and the terrain can be described as rolling. The holes are routed in two loops of nine, with each ending at the clubhouse. The course was Eddie Hackett's 100th design.
The 6th to the 9th holes are separated from the course by a gentle hill. As you walk down the long path to the 6th tee box these holes look similar but are not. They are of different lengths and offer different tests. The West Waterford Golf Club has used the hills and trees well, especially on holes 2 and 3. The 12th, 14th and 15th hole run alongside the River Brickey.
The course is open all year and welcomes corporate and society bookings. Discounted tee times are also available.
- The course was designed by Eddie Hackett on 150 acres of rolling parkland, on the banks of the River Brickey, with the Knockmealdowns to the north and the Drum Hills to the south.
- The 9th green by the clubhouse offers magnificent views of the Comeragh Mountains.
- An interesting feature of the front nine holes are laid out on a large plateau, featuring a stream which comes into play at the 3rd and 4th holes.
Play all 3 golf courses in the Dungarvan Golf Triangle for a discounted single green fee. Exceptional value for 3 wonderful courses.