Your guide to our great course
The Tom MacKenzie and Donald Steel-designed Golf Course at Luttrellstown Castle Resort is situated along the banks of Dublin’s world-famous River Liffey. Off the championship tees, this majestic, 18-hole parkland course plays at 7,347-yards and par 72. However, there are tee boxes to match any handicap, making this a course for anyone looking for a challenge.
The Golf Course at Luttrellstown Castle Resort is one worthy of Ireland’s reputation as a leading global golfing destination. Every one of the 18 greens have been carefully re-contoured to meet USGA specification. Around them, links-style, false bunkering is positioned on multiple approach shots. This high standard is also evident in the fact that off the championship tees, three of the course’s four par-3 holes all stand at over 200 yards in length, while two of the par-4s measure almost 500 yards.
Revetted bunkers, gathering slopes, hazards and gorse, have given this course a reputation as a what is now referred to as an inland links. However, with the expansive trails of this sprawling estate consisting of chestnut, beech, mature oak and lime trees set around a centuries-old castle, The Golf Course at Luttrellstown Castle Resort is definitely a parkland paradise.
By the numbers
- 567 acres of lush private parkland • 7,347-yards of championship golf • 300 species of plants and tress including chestnut, beech, mature oak and lime • 18 USPGA-approved greens • €20million invested • 35,000sq ft of alpine-lodge-style clubhouse • over 3 storeys • 600 year old private parkland estate • 20-acre Liffey-fed lake • 20 minutes from Dublin International Airport • 200+ yard par 3s • 500-yard par 4s • 30 minutes from Dublin City Centre