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.