Standing by the shores of Blessington Lakes will leave you speechless. Set across three peninsulas, renowned course architect Patrick J. Merrigan has created a stunning 18-hole championship golf course paradise at Tulfarris. Test your handicap among breath-taking surroundings where ponds and wild grasses blend into the exciting design against sweeping panoramic views. Whether you are a leading pro or an enthusiastic beginner, Tulfarris Golf Course offers an exhilarating test in the garden of Ireland, Co. Wicklow.

Tulfarris Golf Club Facilities

Check in with our friendly golf team and grab a coffee to go. Our golf shop is supplied with balls, gloves, tees, stroke savers, chocolate and snacks. Golfers can also avail of:

Buggy, trolley & club hire Driving range & putting green. Changing and shower facilities Half way house - stop for a cuppa on the 10th Member's bar Post golf refreshments - whether it's a sit down meal or a buffet, we can cater for your every need with private rooms available for your prize giving ceremony. Ample free car parking

Tulfarris Golf Academy

Tulfarris Golf Academy has a flood light driving range with 6 bays and includes a teaching bay and an outdoor teeing area. There is also a practise putting green and chipping area. Our on site PGA professional Tom O'Neill is available to provide tuition to golfers of any level from beginner to elite. Tom uses some of the newest technology on the market like Trackman and various other training aids to help golfers achieve their potential. For further information, please contact: Tom O'Neill Tel: 087 7622125 | [email protected]

Dress code

Normal GUI dress code applies. The following clothes are not permitted - denim jeans, collarless or sleeveless tee-shirts, football/rugby tops, tracksuits or shorts (with exception of tailored shorts). Spikes may be worn.

Ready Golf

'Ready Golf' means:

  • Being ready to play, not playing when ready.
  • The player with the Honour should be ready to play – If not then someone else should go first! (except in matchplay).
  • Lost  Balls -  everyone should help out to find a lost ball but players should play their own ball first.
  • On the fairway -  walk to your ball as soon as possible and be ready to play as soon as it is your turn.
  • Speed up play on the greens -  get ready to putt before it’s your turn. Players should line up their putts while other players are putting so they are ready to putt when it’s your turn.

If each person in a 4 ball could just play 20 to 25 seconds quicker, then you will make up 25 to 30mins for each round Ready golf does not mean rushing. If you prepare in advance you can take your time & PLAY READY GOLF.

Course Developments

PREM Group acquired the property in May 2016 and have made significant improvements to the course and resort. Works to date include:

  • Investment in new course machinery
  • Cutting of the heavy rough, greatly improving the playability of the course
  • €150,000 investment programme for the bunkers (works ongoing over the next 2 years)
  • New tee markers, yardage markers and hole maps.
  • Resurfacing of paths around the course (phase 1 complete, phase 2 in 2017).
  • New fencing, planting and landscaping all around the resort.
  • Dedicated private member’s bar.

We have an ambitious and exciting programme of works in place for Winter 2017 and beyond, further enhancing the bunkers, greens and fairways. We are also introducing additional specialist equipment to maintain the course to the highest possible standard. We have relocated the golf shop and check in area to the cottage, bringing golfers much closer to the practise putting green and driving range.

Follow the Shamrock Quality Mark

We are proud that Tulfarris Golf Club has been inspected and is quality approved by Fáilte Ireland. The independent assessment of our amenities and services for visitors is your assurance that you can expect first class facilities and enjoy a well maintained course when you visit us.The assessments were introduced by Fáilte Ireland, the Irish government’s tourism body, in 2010 and Ireland is the first country to create a nationwide quality assurance scheme for golf courses.