Golf Club of Dublin

Clubhouse at Golf Club of Dublin In two weeks Dublin will take its yearly turn in the spotlight as The Memorial, Jack Nicklaus’ vision and annual PGA TOUR event rolls into town. While the tournament is being contested Muirfield Village Golf Club will be preoccupied so Memorial patrons will have to look elsewhere if they’d like to tee it up themselves.

There is no better spot than the Golf Club of Dublin, which is making a name for itself as one of the best public golf facilities in the region. 

Shortly following the course’s opening awards would follow. Numerous publications and media outlets, including Great Lakes Golf, Golf Magazine, ESPN and Golfstyles, dubbed the design one of the best new golf courses in the country.

This course was built in the spirit of golf on the British Isles and is reminiscent of historic spots such as Turnberry or Carnoustie. The Golf Cluboft Dublin is designed to give visitors a chance to experience golf like it was played when the game originated without having to board a Bowing 777 and travel across the pond.

As you play the Golf Club of Dublin you will notice the rectangular tee boxes, eighteen hundred feet of hand stacked stone walls from the Irish countryside, over seventy hand stacked sod wall bunkers positioned precariously throughout the course, seventeen holes with water, and fairways so wide even the most novice golfers will find.

The details continue with the six foot flag sticks, nineteenth century bag stands from the eighteen hundreds on every tee, and many more authentic touches of British Golf.

This 18-hole, par-72 championship course, which was created by Hurdzan/Fry Golf Course Design, measures just over 7,000 yards from the tips.

The Tudor-style, 10,000-sq.-ft. clubhouse features "Old Tom's Golf Shop" a fully stocked golf shop, the "Claret Jug", a bar and pub, and the Dublin and Ballantrae banquet and meeting rooms, which will hold from 50 to over 200 people.

The Golf Club of Dublin offers many opportunities to the golfing community of central Ohio.  Services offered included but are not limited to tee times, golf outings, corporate events, meeting space, weddings, banquets and parties.

The Memorial isn’t the only time to visit Dublin, Ohio.

The cozy, Central Ohio city is home to quite a few famous festivals including the Dublin Irish Festival, a St. Patrick’s Day parade and an annual Fourth of July celebration.

The city can be characterized as offering European-style settings, world-class attractions and events, authentic pubs, unique shops, a rich history and impeccable golf courses, including the Golf Club at Dublin.

Dublin also offers the closest hotels to Central Ohio’s most popular attraction – the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Dublin is located just northwest of Columbus, minutes from the Ohio State University, the Columbus Convention Center, COSI (Center of Science and Industry), the Columbus Crew soccer stadium and more.

As the city’s motto states, Irish is an attitude and at the Golf Club of Dublin you’ll think you’ve traveled to a historic links course located in the British Isles or on the Irish coast.

For more information about the Golf Club of Dublin, call 614-792-3825 or visit www.golfclubofdublin.com.
 

 

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