Welcome to The Royal Dublin Golf Club
Founded in 1885 by Sir John Lumsden, The Royal Dublin Golf Club is steeped in golfing history and presents a stern golfing examination on a truly magnificent links course and is widely accepted as one of the greatest links courses in the world. The links was originally designed by H.S.Colt, the world famous golf architect from Sunningdale.
The Royal Dublin Golf Club has hosted many Irish championships, starting with the Irish Amateur Open back in 1894. The Royal Dublin Golf Club hosted The Carrolls Irish Open from 1983-1985 with Seve Ballesteros winning in 1983 and 1985 and Bernhard Langer winning in 1984. The Club has also regularly hosted the Irish Amateur Close and the Irish PGA.
“Five-star golf”, “a top course”, “challenging but rewarding” are some of the comments made by our visitors after playing the links at The Royal Dublin Golf Club. Our links is a traditional out-and-back design created in 1920 by Harry Colt. In the early 2000's the Club enlisted links design expert Martin Hawtree to make significant changes which have been widely praised and acknowledged by many. After these changes the links remains challenging for today’s golfer.
The Visitor Experience
Visitors are important to all at The Royal Dublin Golf Club. We strive to provide a top class service from our links to our food and professional shop service. Whether arriving on your own or as part of a large group, we believe the experience will be a memorable one.VIEW CLUB HOUSE VIEW GREEN FEES VIEW PRO-SHOP
News & Media
Golfing The World Visits Royal Dublin
Royal Dublin recently featured in a US golf travel show called Golfing The World. The show is hosted by golf writer, Tom Coyne, and produced by Kevin Friend. Tom Coyne has published a number…
We would like to remind the members that the John Lumsden Memorial Cup is taking place on Sunday August 5th. Peter Finnegan has prepared a piece on the history of the event which you can read below.
The John Lumsden…
Legendary Royal Dublin Professional Michael “Dyke” Moran (1909-1913)
Michael "Dyke" Moran was born in 1886 in a small one-roomed cottage on Bull Island, Dollymount in the demesne of what was to become the Royal Dublin Golf Club.…