About the Course

A special golf resort and hotel, Roganstown Golf & Country Club is home to a highly acclaimed 18-hole championship golf course set in a picturesque location in North Dublin. Roganstown is a challenging and beautiful golf course that was carefully designed by Irish Ryder Cup Legend Christy O’Connor Jnr.

Roganstown Golf & Country Club has hosted the Irish PGA Southern Championship in 2007, 2008 and 2009 and the Irish PGA Championship in 2013 and was the first venue in Ireland to host a EuroPro Tour Event in 2006.

A stern test for golfers of all abilities this stimulating experience attracts regular visitors both locally and internationally.

Unsurprisingly Roganstown has become very popular with visiting groups due to the quality of the course and the high level of service and hospitality found at our 4 star hotel. Our increasing reputation for golfing breaks in Ireland has our golf course in high demand with society and corporate days out occurring regularly throughout the week.

With Dublin Airport just a 10 minute drive away and with our accessibility to all major routes we are in a prime location for those looking for an enjoyable day of golf in Dublin. We are the ideal venue for your first game of golf on these shores or for a quick game before you depart. As a trip to Ireland is not complete without having a go on real Irish championship golf course.

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Book Your Tee Time

We recommend that players book their tee times early to avoid any disappointment.

To book green times or for more information please call 01 843 3118 or email golf@roganstown.com

Dress Code

Players are expected to wear an acceptable standard of golfing attire when playing golf at Roganstown.

The following examples are unacceptable on our course:

  • Denim jeans and jackets
  • Sleeveless or collarless shirts (Ladies can wear sleeveless t-shirts with collars)
  • Untailored shorts and cargo shorts
  • Sweaters without shirts
  • Football shirts/jerseys
  • Garments displaying slogans
  • Track or leisure suits
  • Trainer shoes or runners
  • Shirts hanging loose over trousers or shorts.
  • Trouser legs tucked into socks

In the bar and dining room, we ask that you do not wear golf shoes or head gear. Dress should be smart casual.