Reasons to Visit County Louth Golf Club
County Louth hosted the 2019 Irish Open which Shane Lowry won as an amateur
The course originally opened in 1892 with the present day course updated in 1938
The course now measures championship length at over 7000 yards
County Louth Golf Club is often referred to as ‘Baltray’, the village in which it is located close to the historic town of Drogheda.
Originally dating back to 1892, the current championship links was designed in 1938 by the renowned Tom Simpson. The course is laid out in two nine-hole loops and covers almost 200 acres of links land. The golf course has become noted for excellent presentation standards and for the many unique greens complexes.
Consistently ranked among the Top 10 courses in Ireland, County Louth Golf Club has a tradition of hosting major National and International events both Amateur and Professional. In 2009 the Club hosted the Irish Open and gained recognition around the world when Shane Lowry made history by winning a European Tour event as an amateur.
In addition to the golf, the Club is well known for the hospitality shown to visitors and for its excellent food and beverage service.