Luttrellstown Castle Golf & Country Club

18 Hole

Luttrellstown Castle Golf & Country Club

Luttrellstown Castle Golf & Country Club

Castleknock, Dublin, Ireland

Phone: +353 1 808 9988, Fax: +353 1 808 9989

Characteristics

Luttrellstown Castle is a stunning period residence located 20 minutes from Dublin City Centre and Dublin International Airport. Dating from the early 15th century, Luttrellstown Castle, which is set in its own 560-acre estate, has seen almost 600 years of history.

The lush and fertile land surrounding the castle has provided Luttrellstown with the perfect parkland setting for 18 holes of glorious golf. Set out in 1988 and recently redesigned in 2006 on land already abounding in mature trees and natural water features, the mammoth 7347 yard course is now firmly positioned as one of Irelands premium championship courses.

The Course

18-Hole Course

Style: Parkland

Scorecard
TeeParSSSLength
Blue (Men)72747347 yards
White (Men)72716812 yards
Green (Men)72706364 m
Red (Women)72725529 yards

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range
  • Putting Green

Visitors

18-Hole Course

Visitors are welcome every day.

Green Fees

18-Hole Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes75 €75 €

Amenities

Club Amenities

  • Pro Shop
  • Restaurant

Rentals

  • Clubs for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire

The Club

Personnel

TitleName
ProEdward Doyle

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golfreviewer 1 Review

Has good potential, but struggling to get there

While generally a nice course, with a modern clubhouse, there are a few things that keep Luttrellstown Castle Golf Club from being a recommendation for a serious golfer.

Firstly, there is their tolerance for slow play. Expect to spend up to five hours trudging behind hacker four-balls at certain times of the day. You might expect a member of staff to move things along, but I haven't seen any effective approach to dealing with that problem during several rounds at Luttrellstown.

Secondly, while the food served is nice, the management of the dining area leaves a lot to be desired. You wait, and wait, in a dining area that resembles a creche at times. Small children screaming and knocking over drinks, walking on tables. Not good. I'm all for a family friendly environment, but not a free for all in dining areas. Surely that clubhouse is large enough to cater for both golfers and those who want a place for small children to play?

And third. They have a great practice area. But it can shut down randomly, as they run out of practice balls. Yes, I am not joking, they actually run out of practice balls! If you have traveled there to do some practice, you may be turning around and leaving to find an alternative golf club to hit a range ball.

On the upside, some of the staff are very friendly and helpful and add life to the place. A few others could do with some hospitality training. The members are, well, OK. Perhaps the problems I have outlined above make it difficult for them to have a smile on their face when they meet you.

DaenuK 20 Reviews
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Fairly varied place in top condition

Already the first tea let you guess what is on you. A place with some water hazards, wide fairways and perfect tricky greens. The place is long, but because it is very wide and you can hardly lose any balls, very fair.
The clubhouse is gigantic. Absolutely in the restaurant there eat or at least on the terrace on the 1st floor something to drink.
70 euros for the green fee go as normal.

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kstoeger 4 Reviews
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A Must

Each year, a "must" on our itinerary. Highly Recommended.

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