Headfort Golf Club is an outstanding 36 hole parkland complex dominated by magnificent specimen trees and river scenery. Both courses take full advantage of the natural beauty of one of Ireland’s oldest and finest estates. Located near the picturesque heritage town of Kells in County Meath, it is easily accessible via Exit 10 of the new M3 motorway (35 minutes from Dublin).
Established in 1928 as a nine hole course, before being expanded to 18 holes in 1956, The Old Course at Headfort is now regarded as one of the finest and most mature parkland course in Ireland. It is home to a spectacular collection of both national and asiatic trees with greens to die for and a fantastic clubhouse serving tremendous fayre.