Enjoy the tranquillity of the mystical Druids Glen, with manicured tree-lined fairways, historical landmarks, spectacular water features and vibrant floral displays.
Known as "The Augusta of Europe” this famous course designed by Pat Ruddy & Tom Craddock, opened in 1995. Just a year after opening, Druids Glen hosted the Irish Open for four years in a row. Colin Montgomerie won two years running, followed by David Carter and Sergio Garcia, shooting a 64 in the final round. Druids Glen has hosted the prestigious Seve Trophy, a bi-annual event between the leading Tour Players of Britain & Ireland and Continental Europe.
When you come to play at Druids Glen, you're playing one of the finest, most challenging, and most enjoyable golf courses in Europe — a course good enough to host the most prominent event in Irish golf.
This course is to be relished at every moment. Every hole is packed with imagination, shape and character. Majestic trees, old walls, bridges and swathes of water all play their part. The Par 3 17th is only 178 yards, but it is the island green which you hit over water to get to which is the challenge. If that’s not enough, the green is surrounded by water also. This is a course to tick off the list, as it is an absolute dream.
In 2000, Druids Glen was named “European Golf Course of the Year.”