Course status

Course Open. Buggies are permitted on the course today.

A warm Killiney welcome to our visitors. Killiney Golf Club is a 9-hole golf course on the side of Killiney Hill, with spectacular views of the Sugar Loaf, the Dublin mountains, the City of Dublin and Dublin Bay. We are delighted to welcome golfing visitors to our club.

Killiney Golf Club - A precious gem for a new generation.

“What an amazing venue. Had my society captain’s day there yesterday. From the moment we arrived they could not do enough for us. Amazing food, every aspect of the day course, food, and the service. We will be back. Thank you Killiney” Suzanne Wall Timlin.

Check availability and make a booking

To check availability on our course or to make a booking, simply call the Pro Shop. +353 89 497 7947.

Green Fees

18 Holes  Visitor  €40.00 
18 Holes  Guest  €20.00 
18 Holes  Clubhouse Member  €20.00 

Corporate and group bookings

Corporate and Group Bookings are welcome. Options for catering are available. If you wish to make a Corporate or Group Booking, please contact Niall Keyes, Secretary Manager for details. +353 1 285 1983.

Buggies and trollies

A number of buggies, electric trollies and pull trollies are available. Buggies are allowed depending on course conditions. To reserve a buggy or trolley please call the Pro Shop.

Golf lessons

Golf lessons are available from our professionals, Leo Hynes, Andrew Plunkett & Stephen Young.
Please call the Pro Shop on 089 4977947.

Invitation Mixed Matchplay

The tournament is one of the most popular mixed events on the golfing calendar and has been running for over 50 years.

Click on the image to see a collection of 100 photographs taken during 2009-2019 tournaments.

Dress Code for Killiney Members & Guests

Gentlemen Members and their Guests must wear a jacket while in the dining room after 6pm.
In the Clubhouse & Members Bar:
Smart Casual attire is now permissible.  
This includes smart denim jeans and casual shirts.
Collarless t-shirts and caps are not permissible anywhere in the Clubhouse.Modern type runners (i.e. Nike, Addidas, etc.) may be worn in the Clubhouse and Bar.

Sunday Lunch:
This is viewed as a family day and the dress code is smart casual for all Members and their guests.

On the Course:
Existing dress code still applies. No denims, combat style shorts, collarless t-shirts, rugby shirts etc.
Tailored shorts may be worn with matching sports socks.
Players must wear soft spikes golf shoes on the golf course at all times.

It is the wish of the Council that all Members & Guests abide by the above dress code.