Palmer North Course
The Palmer North Course in Kildare, Ireland is more than just a golf course. It's a masterpiece that draws golf enthusiasts from all over the world. Recognized as one of Europe's greatest golf courses, the Palmer North Course gained international acclaim when it hosted the 36th Ryder Cup in September 2006.
With 18 of the most exciting and dramatic holes in Europe, the Palmer North Course offers a challenge that entices even the most avid of golfers. The 7,350-yard course is set around the River Liffey, flowing through the 550-acre lush Kildare estate. The course has mature indigenous Irish trees that carve their way around the fairways, allowing the golfer to test their game in all aspects.
As you take a walk through the course, you will be treated to a joyous experience with a myriad of landmarks throughout. These landmarks add interest and surprises at every stage. A quaint 19th-century iron bridge at the 16th provides players with a safe passage to an emerald island hugged by two watery arms of the River Liffey. The ruins of an ancient church can also be spotted as you approach the 13th.
The island 16th, moon-shaped 17th, and dog leg par-five 18th are the most wonderful finishing golf holes you will experience, leaving a lasting impression with golfers worldwide. But it's not just the challenge that entices golfers to the Palmer North Course, the club offers excellent facilities, including a well-stocked pro shop, practice facilities, and a clubhouse with a fully licensed bar and restaurant.
The Palmer North Course is located just a short distance from Dublin, making it easily accessible and the perfect destination for golfers seeking a true golfing paradise. Book your tee time today and discover why the Palmer North Course is recognized as one of Europe's greatest golf courses.