Dublin/Wicklow and the Southeast Golf Tour


The golf world took notice when American Express selected Mount Juliet as the venue for their World Championships in 2002 and again in 2004. Further comments would be irrelevant to describe this superb Jack Nicklaus designed layout, on the banks of the river Nore in Co. Kilkenny. Tiger Woods and his fellow players, described the greens as being of the purest quality they had played. The Southeast was on the Golf Map.

Amongst the lesser known golfing gems in the South East are Kilkenny, Faithlegg, Gowran Park, Waterford Castle, Dungarvan, Clonmel, Thurles & Ballykisteen, all of which will allow the visiting golfer experience the true meaning of a golf challenge whilst enjoying the wonderful friendliness of the Irish people.

The Wicklow courses chosen are equally as well known as Mount Juliet. The two championship courses,Druids Glen and Druids Heath are world class. It's neighboring golf course, Woodenbridge will be a challenge to any golfer.

Check out our Dublin/Wicklow and Southeast travel guides for things to do and see in the area.


At a Glance

  • Eight Days and Seven Nights.
  • Five Rounds of Golf at Druids Glen, Woodenbridge, Faithlegg, Waterford Castle and Mount Juliet.
  • Car Hire.
  • Hotel Accomodation in Wicklow and Waterford.


1. Druids Glen Golf Course
2. Woodenbridge Golf Course
3. Faithlegg Golf Course
3. Waterford Castle Golf Course
5. Mount Juliet Golf Course



Tour Highlights

Druids Glen

Druids Glen Golf Club lies in County Wicklow 20 miles south of Dublin in the tiny village of Newtown Mt. Kennedy. It is less than one mile from the Irish Sea and within shouting distance of the towering Wicklow Mountains.



Woodenbridge Golf Club

The second oldest golf course in the country with a truly magnificent setting bounded on the west by a river and on the east by pheasant filled woods.