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Seapoint Golf Club

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Termonfeckin, Co. Louth

Course Type: Links
Location: 45 minutes north of Dublin airport on the M1 through Drogheda follow signs
Founded: 1993

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Tel: +353 982 2333

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Seapoint Golf Club

Originally designed by Ryder Cup Player Des Smyth and Irish International Amateur Player Declan Branigan, Seapoint golf course has recently been upgraded and improved by father and son design team Declan and Ronan Branigan.

With magnificent views of the Mourne Mountains in the distance, Termonfeckin beach and the Irish Sea to the East, the landscape at Seapoint reflects all the qualities of true links land, with natural dunes, marram grasses and indigenous plants in plentiful supply. Much of the front nine has a sort of heathland quality, despite being sand based. But the last four holes, which run parallel to the sea, are on classic duneland which would not be out of place in Ballybunion.

Seapoint is a relatively young golf club but what they lack in age they are certainly making up for in terms of reputation! Recent reviews and articles have described Seapoint as “one of the up and coming links courses in Ireland”, “ a must play course for all golfers”, “one of the finest links courses in the world” and “choc full of variety and challenging strokes.”

Distance and driving times (traffic dependent):

County Louth Golf Club (Baltray)        16km (5m),  15 mins
Nuremore Hotel & Country Club         52km (32m), 50 mins
Headfort Golf Club                            46km (29m), 50 mins
The Island Golf Club                         48km (30m), 40 mins

Other distances, times and route planning

" /> Originally designed by Ryder Cup Player Des Smyth and Irish International Amateur Player Declan Branigan, Seapoint golf course has recently been upgraded and improved by father and son design team Declan and Ronan Branigan.

With magnificent views of the Mourne Mountains in the distance, Termonfeckin beach and the Irish Sea to the East, the landscape at Seapoint reflects all the qualities of true links land, with natural dunes, marram grasses and indigenous plants in plentiful supply. Much of the front nine has a sort of heathland quality, despite being sand based. But the last four holes, which run parallel to the sea, are on classic duneland which would not be out of place in Ballybunion.

Seapoint is a relatively young golf club but what they lack in age they are certainly making up for in terms of reputation! Recent reviews and articles have described Seapoint as “one of the up and coming links courses in Ireland”, “ a must play course for all golfers”, “one of the finest links courses in the world” and “choc full of variety and challenging strokes.”

Distance and driving times (traffic dependent):

County Louth Golf Club (Baltray)        16km (5m),  15 mins
Nuremore Hotel & Country Club         52km (32m), 50 mins
Headfort Golf Club                            46km (29m), 50 mins
The Island Golf Club                         48km (30m), 40 mins

Other distances, times and route planning

Professional: David Carroll
Number of Holes: 18
Type: Links
Designer: Des Smyth & Declan Brannigan
Championship Length: 7,120 yards
Greenfees: Midweek €45/50/55, Weekend €55
Par: 72
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Seapoint Golf Clubhouse
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Facilities / Features

  • Soft Spike Mandatory
  • Caddies for Hire (booking required)
  • Golf Club Hire
  • Putting Green
  • Full Bar Facilities
  • Motorised Pull Carts Available
  • Practice Ground
  • Dining Facilities
  • Motorised Buggies Available
  • Driving Range

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