Mullingar Golf Facilities

The Mullingar Park Hotel is a perfect base for the golfer to experience the likes of Mullingar Golf Club, Esker Hills Golf Club, New Forest Golf Club, Glasson Golf Club and a wide range of championship golf courses.


Mullingar Golf Club

Belvedere, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath | Tel: +353 (0)44 934 8366 | Web:

A championship challenge set in old wooded and delightful undulating parklands. Generous rolling fairways wind their paths through mature timbers. It hosts important amateur events annually in the shape of the Mullingar Scratch Cup. Visitors are very welcome. Prior arrangement required.


New Forest Golf Club

Tyrellspass, Co. Westmeath | Tel: +353 (0)44 92 21100 | Web:

Designed by world renowned designer and former Walker Cup Captain, Peter McEvoy, this Westmeath venue is a parkland gem, its undulating features highlighting some of the finest putting surfaces and fairways in Ireland.  In addition the Clubhouse, a converted 18th Century Manor House, boasts luxury locker rooms facilities, an all-encompassing restaurant and a conservatory bar with panoramic views.

Situated in stunning forested surroundings in Tyrellspass, Co. Westmeath, the golf club lies less than 5 minutes from the M6 motorway. Containing a top quality driving range, short game area, practice putting greens and pro shop with all the latest equipment & apparel wear, it really is a haven for the discerning golfer.


Edenderry Golf Club

Edenderry, Co. Offaly | Tel: +353 (0)46 973 3911 | Web:

The Golfing "Gem" of the Midlands established since 1940 less than 30 minutes from the hotel off the M4 motorway


Moate Golf Club

Moate, Co. Westmeath | Tel: +353 (0)90 648 1271 | Web:

Originally founded in 1900, Moate Golf Club moved to its present site in 1940 as a 9-hole course. In 1993, it was extended to an 18-hole course. It is set in gently rolling parkland and presents a variety of challenges to both beginners and experienced golfers.


Esker Hills Golf Club

Ballykilmurray, Tullamore, Co. Offaly | Tel: +353 (0)57 935 5999 | Web:

Esker Hills Golf Club is a Christy O' Connon Jnr designed masterpiece, built on unique terrain where no two holes are remotely alike. Spend some time here exploring the ultimate golfing test - its well worth the effort! Located just over an hour from Dublin, Galway and Limerick. More than 10,000 years ago the retreating glaciers of the ice age created the stunning landscape of plateau, sweeping valleys, natural lakes and free draining soil on which Esker Hills is built. Noted for its distinct links feel, superb sand based greens and warm welcome.


Glasson Golf & Country Club

Glasson, Athlone Co. Westmeath | Tel: +353 (0)90 648 5120 | Web:

One of the most scenic Courses you will ever play, and is internationally recognised as one of Ireland’s premier Parkland Courses.


Ballinlough Castle Golf Club

Ballinlough, Clonmellon, Co. Westmeath | Tel: +353 (0) 44 966 4544 | Web:

Situated in the rich pastureland of North County Westmeath, Ballinlough Castle Golf Course is probably the most natural course you will play, with a mixture of sand and traditional greens meandering through 180 acres of mature parkland, with just a hint of water, that will prove to be a test for golfers of all levels.


Mount Temple Golf Course

Mount Temple Village, Moate, Co. Westmeath | Tel: +353 (0) 90 64 81841 | Web:

Mount Temple is a traditional Championship golf course which is renowned for its large links type greens and undulating fairways. Sitting on a sand based esker affords the course the advantage of being playable all year round. The course was "Built by God, polished by man". Great views from the course for over 75 miles of Ireland’s midland counties. It presents a real challenge to all golfers with amazing views stretching 100km over the heart of Ireland.


Castle Barna Golf Club

Daingean, Co. Offaly | Tel: +353 (0)57 935 3384 | Web:

Only an hour from Dublin via the N6, the idyllic Castle Barna Golf Club in County Offaly is one of Ireland's hidden gems, set on some of the most beautiful countryside in the Heart of Ireland. Open for membership green fees and societies. Nestled along the banks of the Grand Canal on its route from Dublin to the Shannon. The fairways are always in mint condition, the greens are immaculately manicured and whether you are a high or low handicap golfer you will seldom make the same putt twice. The course is interspersed with many trees, some of which are hundreds of years old. The course plays 5’798 meters, par 72 Standard Scratch 69 from the back trees and the course enjoys great popularity with tourists, visitors and societies.