Naas Golf Club
Kerdiffstown, Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland
- par: 70
- length: 5.740 m
- par: 70
- length: 5.740 m
- architect:Jeff Howes
Within County Kildare in the east of Ireland is the Naas Golf Club and its golf course. Found in an area littered with great golfing installations, Naas is in good company and this is a great destination for many to enjoy a golfing break as the capital Dublin is only around 30 km away. Naas itself lies a little to the south of the site and attractions in and around the local area include The Curragh horse racing course and Maynooth Castle.
Dating back to 1896, the club has a rich and diverse history spanning decades. Over its lifetime the club has played on courses in many number of locations in and around the local area. The club moved to its current site in 1940 and a nine hole course was laid out, the course was extended to the full 18 hole layout in 1989 by the revered designer Dr. Arthur Spring and it opened for play in the summer of 1992.
Of a traditional parkland style, the course measures just over 5300 metres from the yellow tees with a par of 70. Features here are as to be expected and the course is set on some beautifully rolling terrain. Fairways are lined with lush greenery here and bunkers and water features combine to make a good array of hazards. This is a challenging course for even the most experienced of players and all are sure to find this a tough yet enjoyable golfing experience.
Facilities here are good and there is both a bar and restaurant for players to enjoy after their rounds in which they are sure to receive a warm Irish welcome as well as some excellent food. There is also a well-stocked pro shop offering a selection of merchandise and goods for all to purchase. The club is also home to a resident professional and there is a separate (independently owned) driving range just a short walk from the first tee which players can use.
Tee time availability for visitors to this course is somewhat limited however there should be a time to suit most if booked in advance. Green fee rates are reasonable and reflect the quality of the course and its facilities as well as its location.
Access to the complex is good and visitors from much of the rest of Ireland as well as Northern Ireland should have no problem in getting here thanks to its proximity to the capital. There are a good selection of accommodation providers in and around the local area which should appeal to the tastes and budgets of most although Dublin city centre is also a viable option for most.
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Average rating obtained byThis rating for Naas Golf Club. is the average of 1 ratings obtained from www.top100golfcourses.co.ukI play this course on a regular basis and it just seems to get better and better. The green keeping staff have done a fantastic job as the greens are as smooth as silk, fairways mown like carpets. It is not a particularly long course but the greens really do make it a wonderful test for all levels of golfers. Friendly staff in the Pro Shop and Club house are always very welcoming. Very good value to play and should really be higher up in the Irish rankings than its current position of #93.
Average rating obtained byThis rating for Naas Golf Club. is the average of 1 ratings obtained from www.1golf.euVery nice well maintained community. Fairways and Greens are green. The Greens are very fast and well modeled. The bunkers are strategically placed. Water is relatively little in the game. Friendly service in a small Clubhouse. The game on this place is fun. Very good price/performance ratio.
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