Beaverstown Golf Club presents golfers with one of the most unique challenges for golf in Dublin. It’s design makes the best use of its many natural features – the shores of Rogerstown estuary in North County Dublin, 6 lakes, 36 acres of mature apple trees and a stream which meanders through the course. The orchards, in fact, border the tees, fairways and undulating greens on 8 of the holes, while the streams and lakes come into play on 12 holes.
Of particular note is the 411-yard 14th hole. Already acclaimed as a wonderful addition to the course, this par 4 is arguably the feature hole at Beaverstown. Only a well-hit drive will allow the player to reach the green with a medium iron over a menacing stream. A tall ash tree in the middle of the fairway puts a premium on accuracy while par is further protected by the orchard that surrounds the green on three sides. As index five, the high-handicapper can safely lay up and a good chip could earn him/her a net birdie!
This 140-acre course is built to USGA standard with the sand-based greens allowing play all year round. The course is particularly beautiful in May during apple blossom time.