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Beaverstown Golf Club

Parkland

Donabate, Co. Dublin

Course Type: Parkland
Location: Through Donabate Village, see signs for left turn
Founded: 1985

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Beaverstown Golf Club

Beaverstown Golf Club's unique design, laid out on 132 acres that includes 20 acres of mature apple trees, borders the shores of Rogerstown estuary and nature reserve. It makes the best use of these and its other natural features - six lakes and a stream which meanders through the course – to make your visit a golfing experience.

With water coming into play on twelve holes and the aforementioned apple trees lining eight holes, premium is placed on accuracy off the tee, providing a testing challenge to golfers of all abilities.

Originally designed in 1982 by the legendary Eddie Hackett (Old Head of Kinsale, Connemara, Waterville, Enniscrone,) and remodelled by Peter McEvoy OBE (Fota Island, Rathsallagh, Powerscourt), the course is a true test of golf.

Located just 6km north of Dublin Airport, just off the M1 motorway, a trip to Dublin would not be complete without playing this hidden gem of Irish golf.

Professional: Ed Martin
Number of Holes: 18
Type: Parkland
Course Name: Beaverstown Golf Club
Designer: Eddie Hackett, remodeled by Peter McEvoy
Championship Length: 5,972 metres
Greenfees: Midweek €35; Saturday €45 (not avail Wed or Sun)
Par: 72
Beaverstown Golf Club - Donabate County Dublin Ireland
Beaverstown Golf Club - Donabate County Dublin Ireland
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  • Soft Spike Mandatory
  • Putting Green
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  • Motorised Buggies Available

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