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Glebe Golf Club

Address Glebe Golf Club, Kildalkey Road, Trim, County Meath
Telephone +353 46 9431926
Fax +353 46 9431926
Website www.glebegolfclub.com
Email glebegc@eircom.net
Holes 18 hole course - a mix of long and short holes: 3 par 3's, 4 par 5's and 11 par 4's covering 150 acres of rich mature parkland in a scenic setting.
Yardage 6500 yds
Par 73
Visitors N/A
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Course Designer Eddie Hackett - 1993
Location Located in the heart of the Meath Countryside, just 1 mile from the historic town of Trim on the Kildalkey road, and just 28 miles from Dublin City Centre
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About the Course Covering an area of 150 acres with unique features of gentle rolling hills and leisurely fairways, this course presents a superb challenge to golfers of all standards.

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