Golf & Golf Courses in Kilkenny
Our Kilkenny Tourism website has a lot of information about golf and golf courses in Kilkenny. Choose from a wide selection of sports including:
Adventure activities, bowling, golf, swimming, fishing, walking and much, much more.
When it comes to golf and golf courses in Kilkenny, look no further than Kilkenny.
18 hole Jack Nicklaus designed Championship Golf Course, 18 hole putting course, 3 hole golf academy and golf practice area, including driving bays. Ranked among the world's finest parkland courses. Has hosted the Irish Open on 3 occasions.
Pococke Golf Course is a mature 12 hole Parkland course, open to the public and which is just 5 minutes from Kilkenny City Centre. Footgolf is played on an 18 hole golf course using a football. Rugbygolf... the new sport in Ireland is played over 9 holes, using a rugbyball and kicking tee. PDF of booklet.
Set amidst the old Annaly Estate, a wonderful parkland golf course with tree-lined fairways and superb greens, complemented by various water hazards, lakes and streams. Societies welcome, special group rates on request.
A beautiful eighteen hole parkland golf course situated on over 120 acres of prime Kilkenny land. Ideally situated in the South East and only 20 minutes drive from Kilkenny.
Don't miss an opportunity to play this fantastic 18 hole, beautifully designed golf course with breath-taking views of the surrounding landscape. The course is set in a 200-year-old forest of elevated beauty, with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. With new developments of this course completed in 2003, the new layout has been uniquely designed and well received by all players.
Enclosed bays, with plenty of outdoor grass space, superb putting green and pitching area. Open 10am - 9pm (Monday to Friday) and 10am - 6pm (Saturday & Sunday).
18 Hole Championship Parkland Course in Kilkenny. Playable all year round due to sand based greens. Close to city centre. Full catering facilities available. Set on 120 acres of parkland and measures 5,933 metres with a par of 71.