Druids Glen Course
East Ireland, Ireland
Druids Glen Course overview
Druids Glen has credentials that speak for themselves. At over 7,000 yards, the parkland course has been nicknamed as the Augusta of Europe and is one of the key courses that has been enhancing the east coast of Ireland as a first-rate golfing location. There are many fantastic features of the golf course – notably the fabulous Celtic cross on the 12th, the 18th-century clubhouse and the breath-taking views of the Wicklow mountains.
Enjoy peace and tranquillity here as you negotiate your way through the water features, floral displays, historical landmarks and manicured tree-lined fairways. Designed by Pat Ruddy & Tom Craddock, it is a course that is not to be missed in this scenic area of Ireland.
Did You Know?
Druids Glen Golf Course was home of the Irish Open from 1996 to 1999, the Seve Trophy in 2002 and was voted European Golf Course of the Year in 2001.