Coollattin Golf Club

Coollattin Golf Club

    The 175 acre estate on which Coollattin Golf Club now sits has a rich history. Originally the parkland estate was used as a deer hunting ground and for hawking on horseback. Some years later the land was then used to build a nine hole course, cricket pitch and tennis courts which, between 1962 and the mid-nineties, has been transformed into the mature parkland gem that awaits travelling golfers today. Nestled in the stunning County Wicklow – known as the Garden of Ireland – this course is a fantastic addition to any golf tour of Ireland.

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    Coollattin Golf Club

    Coollattin is now a beautiful, 6,686 yard layout that is set in mature parkland, offering an enjoyable and stern test to golfers of many abilities. Ancient oak trees are a prominent feature of the course so accuracy is of paramount importance form the tee. Well placed bunkers, the odd water hazard and run off areas around the greens add to the challenge and not matter how you are playing you can’t help but enjoy the walk around this most picturesque of courses. The new 9 holes were designed by Peter McEvoy, one of the leading amateur golfers in the history of the game, and were built to USGA specifications.