Golf is one thing some people come and stay in Trim for. Golf plays a major part in the increase of tourists to the town of Trim. So if you are thinking about coming to Trim and looking for stuff to do, golf is one to be on the list.
Referred to many of the locals as “Trim Golf Club”, County Meath Golf Club is the oldest golf course in Meath.
Situated less than 2 kilometres from the town of Trim – home of Trim Castle, one of the largest Norman castles in Ireland, close to the Hill of Tara where the high kings of Ireland once lived and near Newgrange lies this excellent parkland golf course.
This 6088 metre par 73 parkland golf course is maintained to a very high standard. Each hole tests every aspect of an individual’s game from tee to green. The fairways are designed to be a challenge for golfers who aspire to position themselves long off the tee, but are forgiving to shorter drivers.
The greens are sand based, each with their own individual character, some elevated, some two tiered and all guarded by approach bunkers that pose questions of any approach shot about to be played.
The facilities of the clubhouse, which include a Professional Shop, modern locker rooms, bar and restaurant, are of a very high standard. This also includes a driving range and practise area to a very high standard.
Co.Meath are very proud of their course and clubhouse facilities, they welcome Golf Societies and the casual golfer to come and play their magnificent course.
Ph (046) 943 1463
A golf hotel and resort unlike any other, Knightsbrook Hotel Spa & Golf Resort is situated in the designated heritage town of Trim, a mere 35 minutes from Dublin City Centre.
The golf resort not only offers superb accommodation and unparalleled scenery, but also boasts an 18-hole championship golf course designed by the late Ryder Cup Legend Christy O’Connor Jnr.
Challenging and incredibly creative, the Knightsbrook Course enjoys a stunning location with views over undulated fairways, testing greens and demanding water features.
Also you can freshen up in the luxurious locker rooms and peruse the extensively stocked Golf Shop for some bits and pieces that can help you to improve your performance on the course.
Also the course was host to the 2011 Junior Solheim Cup, with the main event taking place in Killeen Castle.
Ph (046) 948 2102
South Meath Golf Club is located 1 mile outside of Trim, Co. Meath on the Longwood Road, 30 minutes from Dublin.
Full 18 hole course open with many challenging new holes which offers great golf at affordable prices.
Original layout Designed by Eddie Hacket Irelands foremost golf course designer.
The Present 18 hole layout with several water features presents a fair test for golfers of all standards.
Green fees and societies are welcome.
Ph (046) 943 1471