Lisheen Springs Golf Club

3-star: a good golf course with many fine features.
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Lisheen Springs Golf Club is home to a challenging course that meanders its way through a picturesque valley. Set in some wonderfully natural countryside to the southwest of Dublin, this well designed layout is known for its usually good level of presentation and ability to thoroughly test your game.

On what is often a tightish test from the tee, your course management and shot-making will need to move up a gear on the back-nine. This is where water makes some telling appearances, in the form of the small, meandering Lisheen River. Good bunkering and large putting surfaces also add to the demands, and ensure your short game will be suitably tested. From the course there are many picturesque countryside views, with woodland and open hills creating the characteristically rich, green tapestry that is found throughout rural Ireland.

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Lisheen Springs Golf Club
Lisheen Rd,
Brittas, Co. Dublin 
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Office   +353 (0)1 458 2965
Pro Shop   +353 (0)1 458 3300

  +353 (0)1 458 2842

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Golf Pro
Raymond Burns
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Parkland & heathland.
Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Surroundings: Rural countryside.
Designer: Nick Bielenberg
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 7039
Par 72
SSS or Slope
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How2Get There?

20 km SW of Dublin
Just off the N81 (Dublin - Blessington road) in Brittas.

Essential information

Green Fees:
Contact club for green fee details. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance.
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Other Information
Players generally walk this course.

Practice facilities
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Did you know?

The small, meandering Lisheen River that runs through parts of the course, actually provides some of the boundary between County Wicklow and County Dublin. This gives you the opportunity on four occasions to tee-off in one county and putt out in another.

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Latitude: (53.228283)
Longitude: (-6.449613)
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Red Cow Moran Hotel 4-star
Red Cow Complex, Naas Road, Dublin.
+353 (0)1 459 3650

The Red Cow Moran Hotel, is a contemporary 4-star hotel and flagship of the Moran Group. Located just off the Dublin ring road (M50) at junction 9 (Red Cow Interchange) its location gives easy access to most golf courses in and around Dublin.

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Golf within 10 km Grange; Luttrellstown Castle; Castleknock.
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Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort 4-star
Blessington Lakes, Co. Wicklow
+353 (0)45 867 600

Tulfarris House was built in 1760 on the grounds of Tulfarris Castle, the home of the early Irish chieftains. Nowadays Tulfarris is home to a hotel, golf and leisure resort.

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Golf within 30 km Palmerstown House; K Club (Palmer and Smurfit courses); South County; Dunmurry Springs.
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