Malahide Golf Club is a 27-hole parkland course located between the North Dublin seaside villages of Malahide and Portmarnock. Situated in its current location since 1990, the Club was founded in 1892 and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland.
The Club has an active membership of 1300 Men and Ladies and a large Juvenile membership. It competes in Inter-club competitions at all levels both regionally and nationally. Well-known former members include Irish internationals Tom Craddock and Paddy Caul as well as the famous Walker and Ryder Cup player, Philip Walton (who holed the winning putt at for Europe at Oak Hill Country Club in 1995). The club competes at all levels in Men's and Ladies' competitions for the GUI and ILGU respectively.
The Club welcomes visitors from both Golf Societies and Players from other clubs. Details of green fee rates for visitors are provided in the Visitors section of this site.