About the Club

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Malahide Golf Club is a championship parkland course.

The 27-hole course is laid out over 180 acres of mature wooded parkland. This distinguished course is a true test of golf and has been developed to USGA standards. The Club provides full practise and warm-up facilities that include a long game practice range, pitching green, chipping green and putting greens.

The Club is located on Dublin's north coast, close to the seaside villages of Malahide and Portmarnock and is just 15 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Founded in 1892, Malahide Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland. This Venerable Club has produced championship golfers that include a Ryder Cup player, several Walker Cup players and Irish Open Champions.

Of particular note – members have included:

* John Francis Jameson (of the Jameson whiskey family), Irish Amateur Close Champion 1910.
* Tom Craddock, Irish Amateur Open Champion 1958, Irish Amateur Close Champion 1959.
* Raymond Kane, Irish Amateur Close Champion 1971.
* Philip Walton, Irish Amateur Close Champion 1982. Philip sank the putt that won the Ryder Cup for Europe at Oak Hill Country Club in 1995.

Our iconic clubhouse provides a full range of facilities. The bar and restaurant on the first floor provide spectacular views over the course and across the bay to Howth peninsula. Golf carts are available for hire, and our Pro Shop offers an extensive range of clothing and equipment.

Our team is here to help you.

You're welcome to visit and play our championship golf course.

Eddie Farrell
General Manager - Malahide Golf Club
Phone +353 (0) 1 845 1611

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Phillip Walton

Malahide member Philip Walton achieved international fame when he sank the winning putt at in the 1995 Ryder Cup at Oakhill in the U.S. As an amateur, Philip won Irish, Scottish and Spanish Amateur Championships, and played Walker Cup golf.

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