About Us...


The course was originally a municipal landfill site (dump!) and was also used as a depot for cement mixing etc. when the N11 dual carriageway was being constructed.
In 1969 some of the local residents put their heads together and got a few greens up and running.  Then a group of lads who played regularly on a public course in Bray, The Abbey, joined up and formed the nucleus of the present club.
We didn't even have a clubhouse until about 1975-6, changing from the boots of our cars - very cold and uncomfortable in winter! 
Now it's a challenging 18-hole track, with a varied selection of shots, from 35m to 65m with the Shanganagh River running alongside, just yards off the busy N11. 
Although membership is small in comparison to some of the more well known clubs, we have done very well at County, Provincial and National levels, and not too many Dublin clubs relish the trip out to Loughlinstown in the Dublin Leagues!!

 As well as the three castles of Dublin, the Club Crest also depicts an image of the Big Tree, now just a memory, a famous landmark in the centre of the dual carriage way in Loughlinstown.

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