County Louth Golf Club, Drogheda

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County Louth Golf Club is a links golf course located in the village of Baltray, County Louth in Ireland. It is situated approximately 4 miles from the town of Drogheda.

The Irish Open professional golf tournament which is part of the PGA European Tour has been held there on two occasions, in 2004 and 2009.
The current course was designed in 1938 by Tom Simpson and is laid out over 190 acres (77 ha) of land. The 18-hole course par score is 72 with a course length of 7031 yards.
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  • Played here in August. It was wonderful. The course is incredible but for me the best part was the staff working at the Club. Everyone from proshop to restaurant was wonderful, incredibly friendly....  more »
  • One of Ireland's finest golf courses although not the best known. Playable for all standards. Warm welcome in club and good catering. Worth a detour but book  more »
  • Fantastic golf course in excellent shape last month. What you see is what you get with only one blind shot from what I remember. Fun layout and awesome stretch of finishing holes.
  • Very enjoyable. Course in great condition and great value breakfast after our round. Will be back
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