TWIN OAKS CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE AT MOYVALLEY HOTEL & GOLF RESORT
Twin Oaks Championship Course at Moyvalley Hotel & Golf Resort is an inland design based on the principles of Links golf and home of the 106th Irish PGA Championships. Although removed from the sea, it takes on some of the features of a traditional seaside links course, with tall fescue grass, grand putting surfaces with heavy contouring, run offs and firm surfaces. The course presents golfers of all levels an equal opportunity to experience the high and lows, the thrills and fears and the agony and ecstasy of golf. Darren Clarke has achieved this through clever golf course design, a range of tees and the always important elements of risk and reward associated with championship golf.
At Moyvalley Hotel & Golf Resort we believe the "Golf Experience" does not just take place on the golf course, but also in the Club House before and after your game. The Club House at is ideally situated in the centre of the golf course offering stunning views over the entire course. With beautiful sun-baked balconies for those warm summer evenings and cosy couches it is an environment designed to promote relaxation, sociability and most of all fun. Experience it as part of your golf day or just drop in and say hello on a lazy Sunday afternoon and treat yourself to hearty home-cooked food. No matter when, we will always be glad to see you and will welcome you with a smile.
The modern and luxuriously appointed Twin Oaks Championship clubhouse boasts extensive locker room facilities together with a spacious bar and restaurant offering panoramic views of the course and estate. The Twin Oaks Championship clubhouse has a fully stocked Pro Shop with all the latest equipment and apparel also compliment this great facility.
The Twin Oaks Championship course boasts some of the best practice facilities in Ireland including…a driving range with both outdoor and covered driving bays, a short game academy which includes 2 large chipping greens, 3 large bunkers and 1 large practice putting green, all of which are built to a USGA specification.