Bray Golf Club is a magnificent USGA-standard parkland course, set in nearly 200 acres, combining stunning scenery with a classic layout.
The course has been in play since 2003 and was designed by Des Smyth (Ryder Cup Vice-Captain) and Declan Brannigan. Described as a striking example of modern design with old style golfing values, Bray provides the perfect environment for all golfers.
Spectacular views of the Wicklow Mountains and Killiney Bay are evident throughout the course. The signature hole is the 11th measuring 320 yards from the White Markers.
From the tee the views are spectacular as the fairway rises up in front of you winding its way between strategically placed bunkers to meet the tiered green. The backdrop to the hole is the beautiful Killiney Bay with the sea extending from Bray promenade all the way to the village of Dalkey.
A comfortable and convivial ambiance is assured in the clubhouse which contains spacious changing facilities and a substantial bar and restaurant. Players are made to feel welcome following their round of golf and they can avail of the extensive menu that will appeal even to the most discerning of palates.
Mon, Thurs, Fri 7.30am – 12noon €25; 12noon – 4.30pm €40.
4 for the price of 3 7.30am – 12noon 4 play for €75 & 12noon – 4.30pm 4 play for €150
Location : From the N11 take the turn for Bray/Greystones. The course is situated just South of Bray on the Bray to Greystones Road
Holes : 18
Length : Men – 5645m; Ladies – 5077m
Par : Men – 71; Ladies – 72.
Course Type : Parkland Green