New Ross Golf Club: Course Closed for Sanding
New Ross Golf Club is a magnificent and mature parkland course. This 18 hole course combines stunning scenery with a challenging yet enjoyable layout.
Originally a 9 hole course, New Ross extended to 18 holes in 1995 when the course was redesigned by Des Smyth & Declan Brannigan. Since then, Gary Flood has undertaken work to reshape four of the older greens and approaches. The result is excellent. From the tee, each hole demands thought, with tree lined fairways, water hazards, fairway bunkers and out of bounds providing the challenge. For many, the real challenge begins when they get to the greens – superbly contoured and always speedy, our visitors have year after year heaped the highest praise on the condition of our greens.
The course is set on a gently rolling landscape, overlooking New Ross to the South East and the Blackstairs Mountains and Brandon Hill to the North. New Ross Golfers will tell you that the view from the 11th tee is one of the finest to be found in the South East.