Golf in Wexford this Autumn
Wexford as the Perfect Golfing Destination
As a destination serving quality golf on every corner of Ireland’s Ancient East with a superb variety of golf courses, fantastic weather, top quality accommodation, and excellent alternative activities, at Visit Wexford we want you to #KeepDiscovering and make the most of County Wexford’s golfing experiences this Autumn. County Wexford has a powerful hold on the golf scene with golf clubs and courses perfectly placed across the sunny south east. With numerous well-established golf clubs located in each district, the county covers every area when it comes to finding the perfect pitch to putt.
No matter what part of County Wexford you decide to stay in, there will be a golf course on every corner!
#KeepDiscovering Wexford this Autumn with a round of golf in Ireland’s Ancient East
Wexford’s Golf Courses & Clubs
This autumn, visit Rosslare Golf Club and enjoy one of Ireland’s few hidden gems of Irish Links Golf Courses which boasts place on the edge of the south east coast in County Wexford, overlooking Wexford Harbour to the west and Rosslare Strand to the east. Compromising of two golf courses, The championship ‘Old Course’, rated in Ireland’s Top 100 courses, and the Burrow Links course, this course has seen it all since 1905 and this autumn, it’s waiting for another great round of golf.
Learn more about Rosslare Golf Club HERE
Situated on the banks of the River Slaney, Bunclody Golf and Fishing Club is situated across an outstanding 300 acres of breathtaking parklands in the former Hall-Dare Estate on the Carlow Wexford border. Since 2009, the club has been renowned and ranked as one of the top 20 parkland courses in Ireland, while 2015 saw the club voted ‘The Best Hidden Gem in Ireland.’ Set on the banks of the River Slaney, the Championship course runs over 7000 yards and has a broad diversity of golf holes, rarely seen on just one golf course.
Learn more about Bunclody Golf & Fishing Club HERE
Set on the cliffs of stunning St. Helen’s Bay with panoramic views of the South Wexford Coastline, St. Helen’s Golf Course is one waiting for adventure this autumn. With a challenging 18-hole course, the course also has a combination of parkland and links terrain. As the golf lover comes closer to the final hole, they’ll embark on some of the finest views of the Irish sea.
Learn more about St. Helen’s Golf Resort HERE
Offering breathtaking views of sea and town, Wexford Golf Club boasts an 18 hole parkland course and 71 par course with a practice green to die for. The club situates itself right in the hear of Wexford town and the ideal spot to catch a game of golf this autumn. Take your feet up and enjoy the scenery while being served food and drink in the Masters Restauraunt boasted by the central location it is surrounded by.
Learn more about Wexford Golf Club HERE
Enniscorthy Golf Club boasts a superbly manicured parkland golf course, proving to be a great test of golfing skill for all ages and standards. The course provides wonderful views of the countryside with its modern club met by rural stunning autumnal settings and mature trees that provide a unique relaxing rustic golfing experience labelling it one that contains some of Wexford’s most profound country values.
Learn more about Enniscorthy Golf Club HERE
The New Ross Golf course is set on a gently rolling landscape, overlooking New Ross to the South East and the Blackstairs Mountains to the North. The Par 70/73 golf course provides a great test for all abilities and is one of the driest golf courses in South East Ireland. It’s situation between the scenic Barrow and Nore valleys with the magnificent Brandon and Blackstairs mountains providing the backdrop is certain to set the autumnal buzz during a round of golf this autumn.
Learn more about New Ross Golf Club HERE
Courtown Golf Club is a lovely parkland course located 5 km from Gorey and an hour from South County Dublin setting a picturesque and challenging round for those who meet it’s lawn. The course panoramics stunning views of the North Wexford coast, as it sits just a few meters away from the South Irish Sea while also surrounding itself by forestry on three sides, boasting plenty of mature trees. Like Club Choice states, ‘it provides a delightful distraction to many a bad round.’
Learn more about Courtown Golf Club HERE
#KeepDiscovering County Wexford this Autumn and delve into the best golfing experience that the sunny south east has to offer. No matter what part of County Wexford you decide to stay in, there will undoubtedly be a golf course on the doorstep.
Whether you head North, South or central Wexford delving into the greens that provide you and your golf buddy the ideal trip away, Visit Wexford wants to ensure you master the best hole-in-one trip!