David Hayes Golf

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The Course

Dungarvan Golf Club, County Waterford is set against the backdrop of the Comeragh mountains and lies adjacent to the Dungarvan Bay.

One of the oldest sporting clubs in Dungarvan (established and affiliated to the G.U.I. in 1924). The championship standard course was professionally designed and enjoys blue flag status in the Bord Fáilte "Golfers Guide to Ireland".

This par 72 championship course which measures 6785 yards for gents and 5,505 for ladies (par 74) has been architecturally designed with seven lakes and man made hazards strategically placed to test all levels of golfer.

Type : Parkland

Green Fees : Mon - Fri €32 per 18 holes, Sat-Sun and bank holidays €44 per 18 holes. Special rates for society outings. The Dungarvan Golf Club Triangle special offer allows visitors to play all 3 Dungarvan golf courses for the price of 2.

Location : 4km east of Dungarvan on route N25 to Waterford/Rosslare. Ferry service - Rosslare 2 hour drive. Airport - Waterford Regional 30 min. drive.

Course Opening Hours : 7:00 a.m. to sunset.

Hire Service: For all golf clubs, buggies, electric caddy cars and caddy cars.

Open Competitions : First two weeks in July and second week in September.

Dress Code : Neat casual dress.

Catering Facilities : Full catering facilities available all day.

Course Design/Architect : Fives Enterprises (Dublin) Ltd.

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Links

Gold Coast Golf Club 

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Golfing Union of Ireland

This site provides a comprehensive guide to golf in Ireland. It gives contact details for all affiliated clubs and documents regarding the history of the organisation. Find it here.

Dungarvan Tourism

Dungarvan Tourism provides all the information one needs for a perfect holiday in Dungarvan. A host of activities are listed, and the site also provides accommodation information and contact info.

 

Waterford Tourism

Interested in touring the county? This site is an excellent guide for all tourists. Information on Walking, Horse Riding, Fishing, Gardens, Town-Country Homes, Cottages, Festivals and of course golf.

 

European Tour

Catch up on all the news, views and scores from the european tour. The site contains numerous player profiles and past scoring records.

 

World Golf

The title says it all, the site provides links to amateur and professional courses all over the world. On a country by country basis, it is possible to search for an individual course and look up relevant contact details.

South East Regional Tourism Authority

The official tourist guide to the South East of Ireland.

Golfing Union of Ireland

This site provides a comprehensive guide to golf in Ireland. It gives contact details for all affiliated clubs and documents regarding the history of the organisation. Find it here.