Druids Glen golf course is one of the premier parkland courses in Ireland. The course hosted the Murphy's Irish Open from 1996 to 1999 and was the host venue for the Seve Trophy in 2002. The classic parkland course features many signature holes and provides golfers with a thrilling golf experience amidst a beautifully manicured landscape.
Druids Glen is often referred to as "the Augusta of Europe". The flora and fauna of the glen provide a colourful backdrop to a magnificent golf course. The forests and streams produce a haven for wildlife in what was once a home to the druids. Voted European Golf Resort of the Year 2005 by International Association of Golf Tour Operators.
The spectacular Druids Heath was the venue for the Irish PGA Championship and has been host to US Open Champions Retief Goosen, Graeme McDowell, Brittish Open Champion Darren Clarke and Ryder Cup stars Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter, Paul McGinley and Sam Torrence.