Macreddin Golf Course, described by Golf World Magazine as “Outstanding and Truly Spectacular “, was designed by Irish Ryder Cup Hero Paul McGinley.
Utilising 160 acres of Macreddin Valley, Ryder Cup hero, Paul McGinley chose this designated area of outstanding natural beauty for his first golf course design. Incorporating all the natural elements of the landscape, including statuesque pines, well protected greens, elevated landing areas and a free flowing brook, Paul drew on his years of experience on all the worlds leading courses to showcase his talents.
Located only 50 minutes from South Dublin, Macreddin Golf Club offers accessibility and aesthetics in equal measures.
The front nine sweeps eastward from the clubhouse. Mature tree-lined fairways synonymous to Macreddin Golf Club are evident from the opening holes. Panoramic views throughout the valley combined with meandering fairways between gentle slopes and natural contours of the terrain, epitomise the style and splendour of the first nine holes.
The free flowing brook weaves its way through the back nine ensuring that decision making is an essential tool each golfer must carry.