Tramore Golf Club is located in the South East of Ireland, and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland where golf has been played since 1894. It is situated to the south of Waterford, with the Comeragh Mountains forming an impressive backdrop.
It is home to two courses the 18 hole Old Course and newer shorter 9 hole Newton 9, a short course, both conform to USGA standards. It continues to be one of the most popular venues for golf in the South East of the country. The parkland Old Course at Tramore Golf Club is a Par 72 course, measuring 6,700 yards off the Championship Tees.
The course benefits from a great layout and design as it curves along the rolling terrain and amongst the mature trees.
The main features here are
- gentle undulating greens,
- trees and water,
- there are two streams that flow through the course, creating water hazards that need to be navigated on your way around.
- The course features some great holes and some quirky holes.
It is a fair test for golfers of all abilities, don’t be distracted by the stunning beauty or it could be your undoing. It is a very pleasant course to walk around with no hills.
Tramore has established itself as one of the premier parkland courses in Ireland, the course is pristine and well maintained. The sand based greens are fast and true, the good width fairways are lined with coloured trees and bushes, strategic bunkering and rough all add to the challenge here.
When you play Tramore Golf Club you are assured to play 18 flawlessly manicured golf holes, each with its own unique appeal. The reputation of Tramore Golf Club continues to flourish and it appears in the Top 50 Irish Golf Courses lists.