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.

Latest News

Following the government announcement of further measures to reduce the threat from the coronavirus (Covid-19), the GUI and ILGU have advised that all golf clubs, practice facilities and courses shut down with immediate effect until 19th April next. While golf is an outdoor sport that allows players to exercise in the fresh air, the message from the experts is clear – People must stay at home to help to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Whilst we will all miss our golf over the coming weeks, our priority now is the safety of the wider community. The course is now closed. The course greens staff will continue to work on the course for the time being, as this can be done safely and in keeping with HSE and GUI guidelines and advice this situation will be kept under ongoing review. The club office remains contactable by phone on 0872509929

We will update you as best we can over the coming weeks regarding further developments, and appreciate the cooperation of all members at this difficult and unprecedented time.

In the meantime we wish all our members, staff and their families well – we hope you stay safe and healthy and look forward to meeting in the club again when life returns to normal, as it inevitably will.

Fantastic New Membership Offer

May 2020 to Dec 2021 (20 months)

Male and Female – €650 (Plus GUI or ILGU Fee)

Apply now to avail of this offer – phone 087 699 6909 or email [email protected]

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A lighter moment

At these difficult times it is important to look forward. It is only a little while ago we were celebrating the Captain’s Drive. Here is a little video made up of some of the photos.

Let’s all look forward to the course reopening and the next celebration.

Mary Gorry

Great article in the Wicklow People about our own golfing legend Mary Gorry. Just have a look at those achievements. Well done Mary.

If you would like to read the full article, you can find it at Wicklow People – Celebrating one of our best golfers.

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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.


Diary Dates 2020

Following Government instructions we are closed until 13th April

We will keep everyone informed on the website and via Social Media.


  • Thurs 26th / Fri 27th/ Sat 28th / Sun 29th Patterson’s Butchers Easter League 7th Round
  • Sat 28th Club Race night @ 8pm


  • Thurs 2nd / Fri 3rd / Sat 4th / Sun 5th Mitchell Cup Qualifier
  • Sat 4th Patterson’s Butchers Easter league Play-off 10am - Teach Dolmen GS
  • Good Fri 10th / Sat 11th / Sun 12th Open 3 Person Team Event - U.S. Masters
  • Easter Bank hol. Mon 13th 3 Person Team event in aid of Baltinglass Hospital Patients Comfort fund.
  • Thurs 16th / Fri 17th / Sat 18th / Sun 19th Summer Fourball & Mitchell Cup Qualifier
  • Top 32 qualify for Mitchell Cup Matchplay. Top 16 qualify for Summer Fourball Matchplay.
  • Sat 18th @ 11.30 Long Bar GS
  • Thurs 23rd / Fri 24th / Sat 25th / Sun 26th Gun Club Trophy V Par - GOY sponsored by Louie Fagan
  • Sun 26th / Thurs 30th Ladies Spring Medal
  • Sat 25th @ 7pm Presentation Night for prize winners from Feb 16th to Apr 19th & Open Draw for Matchplays


  • Fri 1st / Sat 2nd / Sun 3rd Open Men’s Super Singles S/F
  • Bank hol. Mon 4th Open 3 Person Team Event in aid of Sli an Chroi SPMS Kiltegan
  • Thurs 7th / Fri 8th / Sat 9th / Sun 10th Junior Intermediate & Minor Scratch Cup sponsored by Maurice Byrne
  • Thurs 14th / Fri 15th / Sat 16th / Sun 17th 18h Singles GOY
  • Sat 16th / Sun 17th Pierce Purcell Qualifying GUI event - U.S.P.G.A.
  • Thurs 21st / Fri 22nd / Sat 23rd / Sun 24th Spring Medal Strokes GOY Sponsored by the doyleprint.ie Club C’ship qualifier
  • Fri 29th/ Sat 30th / Sun 31st Open 3 Person Team Event

‘Balto 9 n D/Wine’ will be on Fridays. Shotgun start @ 6.30pm 8th / 15th / 22nd / 29th


  • Bank hol. Mon 1st Open 3 Person Team Event in aid of Donard Parish
  • Fri 5th / Sat 6th / Sun 7th Captain’s (Liam Horgan) Prize GOY Club Championship qualifier
  • 18 holes Strokes with scores of 72 or better qualifying for 9 holes playoff Sun 7th @ 4pm
  • Sat 6th Ballycommon GS
  • Thurs 11th Anne Sheerin Memorial
  • Thurs 11th / Fri 12th / Sat 13th / Sun 14th Club Trophy – GOY - Sat 13th Flemings Bar GS
  • Sun 14th Failte Cup Shotgun start @ 2pm
  • Thurs 18th / Fri 19th / Sat 20th / Sun 21st Club Classic Open 4 Person Team - U.S. Open
  • Sat 20th Decie GS
  • Thurs 25th / Fri 26th / Sat 27th / Sun 28th Summer Medal GOY Sponsored by Hennessy’s Hardware Club Championship qualifier
  • Fri 26th Leinster GAA Club Legends Charity Event Shotgun start @ 12
  • Sat 27th St Laurence’s GAA GS 10-11.30
  • Sun 28th Ladies Summer Medal
  • Sat 27th @ 7pm Presentation Night for prize winners from Apr 26th to June 21st

‘Balto 9 n D/Wine’ will be on Fridays. Shotgun start @ 7pm 5th / 12th / 19th / 26th

OFS play on Wednesdays. Shotgun Start @ 12

Ladies Competitions are hosted on Thursdays.
**For Societies check BRS Timesheets / Club Notice board**

For May, June, July & August there will be an Open Men’s Singles every Sunday afternoon from 12, all day Monday & Tuesday


  • Thurs 2nd Ladies Summer Medal
  • Fri 3rd / Sat 4th / Sun 5th Artillery Trophy – GOY - Sat 4th Ballymore GS=
  • Thurs 9th to Sun 19th Open Week
  • Thurs 9th Ladies Open sponsored by Upstairs at Quinns
  • Fri 10th Sat 11th Sun 12th Open 3 Person Team Event - Sat 11th Blessington GS
  • Mon 13th Tues 14th Wed 15th Open Singles by David Nagle Baronstown Stud
  • Thurs 16th / Fri 17th Open 2 Person Team Event
  • Sat 18th/ Sun 19th Open Singles sponsored by Jason Seitz Carlow Coatings - Sat 18th Ferns GS - British Open
  • Sat 18th Badminton Club Classic from 1pm
  • Thurs 23rd Lady Captain’s Catherine Lord Prize First Round
  • Sat 25th Lady Captain’s Catherine Lord Prize Final Round Timesheet booked from 12pm
  • Fri 24th Sat 25th Sun 26th 18holes Singles GOY
  • Fri 31st Open 3 Person Team Event

‘Balto 9 n D/Wine’ will be on Fridays. Shotgun start @ 7pm 3rd / 24th / 31st


  • Sat 1st Sun 2nd Open 3 Person Team Event
  • Sat 1st from 11am Classic in aid of Cancer Research G Whelan
  • Bank hol. Mon 3rd Open 3 Person Team Event in aid of SPMS Makunga Fr W Walshe
  • Fri 7th / Sat 8th / Sun 9th Friends of Baltinglass Trophy sponsored by Pat Byrne & Denis Walsh - GOY
  • Thurs 13th Ladies Open sponsored by Romie McGreal
  • Fri 14th / Sat 15th / Sun 16th Autumn Medal Stroke sponsored by Dave Aher – Tuscar Aero Consulting GOY Club C’ship qualifier
  • Sat 15th @ 11am Carbury GS
  • Fri 21st / Sat 22nd / Sun 23rd 18h Singles - GOY
  • Fri 28th / Sat 29th / Sun 30th 18h Singles - GOY
  • Sat 29th Cullen Trophy Final @ 2pm Sponsored by Dar Golf Construction

‘Balto 9 n D/Wine’ will be on Fridays. Shotgun start @ 6.30pm 7th / 14th / 21st / 28th


  • Thurs 3rd Lady President’s (Margo Doyle) Prize
  • Fri 4th / Sat 5th / Sun 6th 18h Singles - GOY
  • Sat 5h Kiltegan GAA Classic from 11
  • Fri 11th / Sat 12th / Sun 13th President’s (Tom Hannafin) Prize - GOY Club Championship qualifier
  • Sat 12th 11am-2pm Blessington GS Frank O’Neill Memorial
  • Sun 13th 10.30am Moores GS
  • Sun13th @ 7pm Presentation Night for Prize winners from June 28th to Sept 13th
  • Mon 14th Hollow Tinning of Greens
  • Fri 18th / Sat 19th / Sun 20th 18 holes Singles - GOY
  • Sat 19th Club Championship Final Playoff - GOY
  • Sun 20th / Thurs 24th Ladies Autumn Medal
  • Fri 25th / Sat 26th / Sun 27th Open 3 Person Team event in conjunction with Juvenile Section


  • Fri 2nd / Sat 3rd / Sun 4th Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 1st round
  • Fri 9th / Sat 10th / Sun 11th Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 2nd round
  • Fri 16th / Sat 17th / Sun 18th Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 3rd round
  • Fri 23rd / Sat 24th / Sun 25th / Mon 26th Open 3 Person Team Event
  • Fri 30th / Sat 31st Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 4th round


  • Sun 1st Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 4th round
  • Fri 6th / Sat 7th / Sun 8th Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 5th round - Sat 7th Men’s Section AGM @ 6pm
  • Fri 13th / Sat 14th / Sun 15th Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 6th round
  • Sat 14th Poulaphouca GS 10am
  • Thurs 19th Ladies Section AGM
  • Fri 20th / Sat 21st / Sun 22nd Kaideen Knitwear Winter League 7th round
  • Fri 27th / Sat 28th / Sun 29th Kaideen Knitwear Winter League Final round


  • Sat 5th Turkey Team Event & Kaideen Knitwear Winter League Playoff @ 10am
  • Sat 5th Mass for deceased members @ 6pm Presentation Night for prize winners from Sept 20th to Dec 5th
  • Sun 6th Turkey Team Event
  • Sun 6th Club AGM @ 6pm
  • Thurs 10th Ladies Christmas Party
  • Sat 12th / Sun 13th Turkey Team Event
  • Sat 19th to Fri 1st Jan Turkey Singles Competitions
  • Baltinglass Golf Club Diary 2020

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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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