Just love this place. Has recently been extended providing very comfortable bar and restaurant facilities. Food is very pricey for what it is (bar food not terribly adventurous but add in the fact that you can eat in the clubhouse ( franchised out but absolutely wonderful) there is a fantastic choice of places to eat. We received a room upgrade ( as Your Golf Travel requested) and it was a beautiful room overloooking the 13th tee. Staff were, as ever, absolutely wonderful and we would return tomorrow, given it’s proximity to such wonderful golf courses.
Druids Glen ResortSignature Collection
Druids Glen Resort is regarded as one of the most beautiful places to play in the world with the 'Druids Glen Course' having host both the Irish Open and Seve Trophy in years gone by. Often said to have the best set of par 3s in the U.K, the course winds its way through stunning woodland which boasts an array of eye catching flora and fauna. The resort is also home to a 5 star hotel which opened in 2002 and is the perfect place to stay after what is sure to be an unforgettable round of golf. If golf in Ireland is on your bucket list then Druids Glen Resort should definitely be part of your itinerary.
- An official 4* or 5* rating, as established by the qualifying criteria of the country
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- On arrival, enjoy a welcome gift
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- 1 in 12 goes free in 2018 & 2019 on stay & play packages! Valid Sunday - Thursday only (excludes July & August)
- EXTRA YARD OFFER: Free buggies on first round for 2019 travel dates!
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Golf Courses at Druids Glen Resort
Often uttered in the same breath as Augusta, Druids Glen may not have the character of some of the seaside courses around Dublin, but it is one of the best parkland layouts in the UK and Ireland.
Druids Glen Course
From the forest that once was home to the Druids, Pat Ruddy and Tom Craddock have created a masterpiece, featuring numerous spectacular holes. The most famous may be the 12th, a delightful downhill par-3 where golfers play over the now famous bank of flowers in the shape of a Celtic Cross, but this is but one hole in a course of classics.
|Designed by||Pat Ruddy & Tom Craddock|
|Previously hosted||Irish Open (1996-1999), Seve Trophy (2002)|
|Blue||7,046 yards||SSS 74|
|White||6,560 yards||SSS 73|
|Green||6,202 yards||SSS 71|
|Red||5,541 yards||SSS 73|
Druids Heath Course
The Druids Heath course may be relatively young, but it has already garnered much attention from the golfing fraternity. The mixture of heathland, parkland and links makes this one of the most exciting and innovative golf courses to be built in the last few years, and has only cemented Druids Glen's reputation as one of the premier golf break destinations.
There are over 1,000 pubs in Dublin, and a visit to at least a few of them to sample the local brew is essential to any Dublin Tour.
|Designed by||Pat Ruddy|
|Previously hosted||2006 Irish PGA Championship|
|Blue||7,437 yards||SSS 77|
|White||7,001 yards||SSS 76|
|Green||6,629 yards||SSS 73|
|Red||5,423 yards||SSS 71|
Hole 12 (Druids Heath), Par 4, 492 yards, SI 1
At 492 yards, the 12th is an especially tough hole to achieve birdie. While the fairway starts by sloping uphill, it then turns to the right and starts sloping left to right towards a dangerous looking pond. To reach the green in two will be a tough ask for most golfers, not only due to the length but also because of the bunkering which surrounds the green from both sides. A fantastic hole, presenting a challenge for all and requiring risk reward golf to make par.
Accommodation at Druids Glen Resort
The superb 5-star hotel at Druid's Glen is set in the magnificent Wicklow hills to the south of Dublin. Known as the Garden of Ireland, Co. Wicklow is truly splendid, and as such, the resort boasts a beautiful setting.
Opened in 2002 to much acclaim, the reputation of Druid's Glen has only strengthened since its inception, and was named European Golf Resort of the Year, at the International Golf Travel Market in 2005.
The 145 spacious guest rooms are designed for comfort and function, and offer all the requisite features from a 5* venue, including high-speed internet access.
In addition to the two supreme championship golf courses, the resort has excellent conference capabilities and leisure facilities.
The luxury Elemis Spa offers health and beauty therapy in its 7 treatment rooms.
Traditional classic meals are served up at Druids Brasserie.
- Driving Range
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Steam Room
- Beauty Salon
- Conference Facilities
- Private Dining
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The course was in fantastic condition and looked absolutely beautiful. Never too busy. We just loved playing golf here. Big carries for short hitters but spectacular. LOVE IT!
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Druids Glen Resort Frequently Asked Questions
Q - What time is check-in and check-out times?
A - Check-in from 4pm | Check-out from 12pm
Q - What time is breakfast?
A - 7-11am
Q - What is the dress code for dinner?
A - Smart Casual
Q - What restaurant do I need to book for dinner?
A - Hugo’s Restaurant
Q - Is there a range on site?
A - Yes
Q - Are there buggies available to hire?
A - Yes
Q - How many bars are there?
A - There are 3 bars on site
Q - Is there BT or Sky Sports in the communal area?
A - BT and Sky Sports
Q - Is there a charge for car parking on site?
A - There is complimentary car parking