Welcome to Templemore Golf Club
Templemore Golf Club is a fine 9-hole Parkland course located just outside the town. The club has been in existence since 1970 and have been successful in national and regional competitions alike.
Templemore Golf Club has a long tradition of providing top class golf facilities to members and visitors. Established in 1971 in Manna Templemore , with our course and clubhouse we are able to offer superb facilities to all categories of golfers. We maintain the tradition established in Templemore Golf Club being a welcoming and friendly environment in which to play golf. Our first 9 hole layout was formally measured and affiliated to the GUI in early 1974 measuring 4564 yards for the 18 holes, Par 66, Standard Scratch 61.The current layout is set in 28 acres and has been developed to its present length of 6320 yards, Par 71 and SS.71. We have welcomed many new members who continue to enjoy our facilities and who have made a significant contribution to the Club. Junior members are always welcome and are catered for with specific programmes during the Summer and holiday periods.
“We know that if you choose to visit us in the coming year that you will be assured of a friendly welcome from members and staff and that you will enjoy the experience that is Templemore Golf Club.”
Measuring 5,443 meters for the 18-holes the course has 12 different tee boxes. The course has a Par of 70 and a standard scratch of 68, this SSS also represents the course record shot by none other than Richie Coughlan who gained his card for both the PGA and European Tour on his first attempt. Thus indicating that Templemore golf course is no pushover.
The Club is always open and would welcome new members to join. Our membership rates are very competitive and payment arrangements can be made to suit personal circumstances. Application Forms can be download from our member ship page.
Junior members are also catered for with a specific program during the Summer and holiday periods where coaching is provided in the skills of the game and in the etiquette and rules of Golf. The Junior Officer sees the development of young boys and girls as a vital lifeline to the growth and development of the Club in the future.