Greystones is one of the world’s oldest golf courses and has been welcoming visitors since it was established in 1895. Situated 25km south of Dublin, in an area known as the Garden of Ireland, it is surrounded by the Wicklow Mountains and has wonderful, panoramic views of Dublin Bay. The course has been significantly developed over recent years yet still retains its charm and beauty. In 1998, the club begam upgrading the course with USGA-standard greens and tees. Since then, world-renowned course designer Ron Kirby re-designed the back nine, which has enhanced the natural features and beauty of the course.
Greystones is one of the world’s oldest golf courses and has been welcoming visitors since it was established in 1895.
Golf course details
Type of course
N. of holes
5,144m; medal 5,173m; ladies 4879m
Free car parking
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