Length: 7058 yards
Course designer: Craddock & Ruddy
Venue: Irish Open, Seve Trophy
Druids Glen is often referred to as "The Augusta of Europe", and is regarded as one of the finest inland courses in Europe, hosting the Irish Open four times as well as the Seve Trophy in 2001.
The flora and fauna of the Glen provide a colourful backdrop to a magnificent golf course, with the fairways so well maintained to remind the golfer of Amen Corner and the US Masters. The forests and streams produce a haven for wildlife in what was once a home to the old Druids.
From Dublin Airport:
Take the M1 then follow M50 Southbound. At roundabout take 2nd exit towards Dundrum. At next roundabout go straight again (Dun Laoghaire) and at next roundabout again go straight (Sandyford). At traffic lights turn right towards Sandyford/Enniskerry. At next roundabout take 2nd exit, towards N11 Dun Laoghaire. At large roundabout take 2nd exit. You will then see Leopardstown Race Course on right. At 3rd set of traffic lights, turn right onto N11 towards Wexford. Take the Newtownmountkennedy exit and follow brown signs for Druids Glen Marriott Hotel (approx. 3km from N11)