Welcome to Baltinglass Golf Club

Originally founded in 1928 situated in beautiful West Wicklow overlooking the River Slaney, with the famous Wicklow mountains creating a stunning backdrop to the east golfers cannot but be impressed by the peaceful beauty which surrounds them. Baltinglass Golf Club is a delightful parkland course with manicured fairways and challenging greens offering an enjoyable experience to golfers of all abilities. Owned by the members, our relaxed friendly club guarantees a warm welcome, together with tasty food and refreshments, in convivial clubhouse surroundings.

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Open Men’s Singles every
Sunday from 12
Monday and Tuesday all day
every week until September.

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More current Members information available on the Members Page.

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The course enjoys a sublime setting overlooking the town of Baltinglass with panoramic views of the Wicklow mountains.

Clubhouse and Bar area. Take a seat in our conservatory where stunning views of our golf course and of surrounding landscape can be taken.

Relax after your round of golf and enjoy good food and drink in our Clubhouse and restaurant.

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Diary Dates

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Open Men’s Singles every
Sunday from 12
Monday and Tuesday all day
every week until September.
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August

  • Fri 2nd / Sat 3rd Captains Plate
  • Sun 4th Captain’s (Martin Hennessy) Prize Final Round from 9am. GOY
  • Bank hol. Mon 5th Open 3 Person Team Event in aid of SPMS Makunga Fr W Walshe
  • Fri 9th / Sat 10th / Sun 11th Friends of Baltinglass Trophy. GOY
  • Thurs 15th Ladies Open sponsored by Romie McGreal
  • Fri 16th 9’n’ Dine @ 7pm
  • Fri 16th / Sat 17th / Sun 18th Autumn Medal Stroke. GOY
  • Fri 23rd / Sat 24th / Sun 25th Open 3 Person Team event in conjunction with Juvenile Section
  • Sat 24th Cullen Trophy Final @ 2pm Sponsored by Dar Golf Construction
  • Fri 30th / Sat 31st 18h Singles. GOY
  • ‘Balto’s’ will be on Tuesdays. Shotgun start @ 6pm 6th / 13th / 20th / 27th

September

  • Sun 1st 18h Singles. GOY
  • Wed 4th / Thurs 5th / Fri 6th / Sat 7th / Sun 8th Festival of Golf
  • Sat 7th Kiltegan GAA Classic from 12
  • Fri 13th / Sat 14th / Sun 15th President’s (Jim Murray) Prize. GOY
  • Sun 15th @ 7pm Presentation Night for Prize winners from June 16th to Sept 15th
  • Sunday 15th / Thursday 19th Ladies Autumn Medal
  • Fri 20th / Sat 21st / Sun 22nd 18 holes Singles. GOY
  • Sat 28th Club Championship Final Playoff. GOY
  • Fri 27th / Sat 28th / Sun 29th 18h Singles. GOY

October

  • Fri 4th / Sat 5th / Sun 6th 18 h Singles Winter League 1st round
  • Fri 11th / Sat 12th / Sun 13th 18 h Singles Winter League 2nd round
  • Fri 18th / Sat 19th / Sun 20th Winter League 3rd round
  • Fri 25th / Sat 26th / Sun 27th Open 3 Person Team Event
  • Mon 28th Open 3 Person Team Event in aid of Baltinglass Hospital Patients Comfort Fund

November

  • Fri 1st / Sat 2nd / Sun 3rd Winter League 4th round
  • Fri 8th / Sat 9th / Sun 10th Winter League 5th round Sat 9th Men’s Section AGM @ 6pm
  • Fri 15th / Sat 16th / Sun 17th Winter League 6th round
  • Thurs 21st Ladies Section AGM @ 3pm
  • Fri 22nd / Sat 23rd / Sun 24th Winter League 7th round
  • Sat 30th Singles Hamper & Winter League Playoff @ 10am
  • Sat 30th Mass for deceased members @ 6pm Presentation Night for prize winners from Sept 22nd to Nov 30th

December

  • Sun 1st Singles Hamper
  • Sun 1st Club AGM @ 6pm
  • Sat 7th / Sun 8th Fourball Hamper
  • Thursday 12th Ladies Christmas Party
  • Sat 14th / Sun 15h Singles Hamper
  • Sat 21st to Fri 3rd Jan Open 2 Person Shambles

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About Us

90 years after its inception, Baltinglass Golf Club could be said to have come of age. The addition of a new nine holes to the existing course has complemented an already outstanding facility. The striking beauty of the countryside cannot but impress a visitor to Baltinglass Golf Club. Looking down towards the town the former Presentation Convent and the Church stand out.

Nestling in the Slaney valley stands the ruins of the Cistercian Abbey, founded by a group of Cistercian monks from Melifont on lands granted to them by Diarmuid McMurrough, High King of Leinster in 1148. The abbey became the focal point of learning and activity until it’s suppression in 1541. The lands comprising of 59,000 acres included several castles and water mills. The golf course stands on part of the lands, which were owned by the monks.

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