New Ross Golf Club — "A Pleasure to Play - all year round"

 

Welcome to New Ross Golf Club

 

Established in 1905 New Ross Golf Club is a mature parkland golf course situated between the scenic Barrow and Nore valleys with the magnificent Brandon and Blackstairs mountains providing the backdrop.

New Ross is one of the driest golf courses in South East Ireland, rarely closed due to bad weather and therefore can be enjoyed throughout the year.  The Par 70/73 golf course provides a great test for all abilities, with tree lined fairways and superbly contoured greens complemented by a number of water hazards.

We welcome all golfers - individuals, societies and corporate groups and our fantastic course is complemented by a wide range of clubhouse facilities including the Padraig Murphy Tees Restaurant, our club house bar and our Pro Shop.

We are currently accepting applications for new members, please visit our “Thinking of Joining” page.

Happy New Year!

We hope that 2015 is a very happy, enjoyable and successful year for you all, both on and off the golf course.  We look forward to working on behalf of the members, welcoming visitors from far and wide and leading our teams to some success over the coming year!
Best wishes & good golf for 2015.
Rory Hussey & Mary Dungan – Captains

 

 

Latest News

2015 Membership Offers

2015 Membership Offers

New Ross is happy to welcome new members to the club, and we believe we offer the best value around.  You will be guaranteed a warm and friendly welcome and a...

 
Men’s Results & News – Jan 25th

Men’s Results & News – Jan 25th

Men’s Results Club Singles – 14h S’ford (Sun Jan 25th) 1st – John Murphy (18) – 35 pts 2nd – Eddie Kent (19) – 33 pts 3rd – Declan Doyle (15) –...

 
Ladies Results Wed 21st January

Ladies Results Wed 21st January

1st. Bridget Murphy (26) 27 pts 2nd Maria Burford (15) 24pts (27-3 penalty pts) 3rd Geraldine Mackey (13) 24pts (25-1 penalty pts)

 
Christmas Classic

Christmas Classic

Well done to Marie Therese Wall and Dympna Molloy who won the Ladies prize with 46 points in the Christmas Classic.