"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
Each year visitors from all around the world visit the links at St. Anne’s Golf Club. All are very welcome at St. Anne’s and will be made to feel at home.
We can accommodate visitors every day of the week. Special rates are available for groups of 12 or more.
Why St. Anne’s?
St. Anne’s is well equipped to handle the needs of visiting groups, and we welcome society, corporate and tour groups throughout the year. Learn more about our group golf services:
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St Anne’s Golf Club now has one of the most impressive club houses in the country with spectacular views of Dublin Bay. It is a wonderfully modern clubhouse with an unrivalled and uninterrupted panorama stretching from Howth Head to the north across the Liffey estuary and the city to Bray Head and the Wicklow mountains to the south. Enjoy our extensive restaurant menu while taking in the breathtaking views of Dublin Bay, Howth Head, and the Liffey estuary. Learn more about our facilities.
St. Anne’s is located in the heart of one of the finest bird sanctuaries in Ireland on the Bull Island Nature Reserve. It shares the island’s designated golfing facilities with its neighbour, The Royal Dublin Golf Club. The North Bull is a bird sanctuary of major international significance and an important wintering site for wildfowl. Thousands of birds use the salt marsh as a resting feeding and feeding place. Perhaps the best known symbol of wildfowl on the island is the Brent Goose. The golfers of St. Anne's are proud of the rich wildlife on the course, which adds an additional dimension to their enjoyment of the sport. Learn more about our location.
The golf club cannot accept liability for any injury to other persons by visiting players whilst on the club property and all players acknowledge that they enter onto the golf course or into the club premises at their own risk and consent to the risk of loss, damage or injury howsoever caused.