"I have played the links at St. Anne's Golf Club on many occasions. A traditional links near the city centre, it's got teeth from the back tees and a great mix of long and short par 4 holes. The 17th is one of the best par 3 holes in the country. I always get a friendly welcome from the members and I would personally recommend a visit."
3 Time Major Winner
European Ryder Cup Player
St. Anneís Golf Club is an impressive and testing 18-holes links golf course (par 71) situated on Dublinís most famous ecological attraction - Bull Island Nature Reserve in Dublin Bay. The island, a bird sanctuary under the protection of Unesco, is a natural links terrain of sand and dunes. The islandís beach is over three miles long.
In 2003 St Anneís completed a major development of the course and clubhouse, which affords spectacular panoramic views of the bay and Wicklow mountains beyond. Visitors are welcome all year round and will be greeted with traditional friendliness. Restaurant facilities are available all day. Other reasons to visit St. Anne's Golf Club include:
St. Anneís Golf Club is a member of the IGTOA. In addition to delivering a first class product we can offer exceptional value to member groups. Especially for Tour Groups:
|St. Anneís Golf Club
Bull Island Nature Reserve
Dublin 5, Ireland
There are dozens places to stay that are close to the Club, Dublin city and a host of tourist attractions.
Dublinís northern coastline provides spectacular views and is dotted with great tourist attractions, historical sites, restaurants and pubs, and points of interest. Your round of golf is just the beginning of a great day in Dublin!
St. Anneís Golf Club is close to Dublin Airport, the city centre, and the M50 motorway. Directions are available from most key starting points.
From the M50 Motorway
Continue to the very end of the M50 motorway, following the signs for Malahide. You are now on the N32. Stay on this road, going straight through the traffic lights at Clare Hall (Tesco store on right). Keep straight, passing through one small roundabout. At the next roundabout, take the 3rd exit in the direction of Donaghmede. You are now on Grange Road. Keep straight until you reach a "T" Junction. Turn right and then take the first left onto Raheny Road. Keep straight to Raheny Village (large church on right hand side). Continue straight through the traffic lights and turn left at "T" Junction. You are now on Watermill Road. Keep straight through the traffic lights that bring you onto the Causeway Road. The entrance to St. Anneís is on the left hand side, just before the roundabout at the end of this road.
From Dublin Airport
Take the M1 in the direction of Dublin City Centre. Take the first exit following the directions for M50 and Malahide. You will be going left on exiting the motorway. Follow the instructions above (From the M50 Motorway).
From the EastLink Toll Bridge
On exiting the Eastlink Toll Bridge take the East Wall Road (to the right of the Point Depot) and follow all the way around until you reach the Alfie Byrne Road (this is the first right hand turn after the entrance to Dublin Port). At the end of the Alfie Byrne Road you will come to a "T" Junction. Turn right onto the Clontarf Road. Keep straight on this road, passing the wooden bridge on your right until you come to the next turn on your right which is the Causeway Road. The entrance to St. Anneís is on the left hand side, just before the end of this road.
From Dublin Port
Exiting Dublin Port turn right onto East Wall Road. Take the first turn right from East Wall Road onto Alfie Byrne Road. Follow the instructions above (from Eastlink Toll Bridge).