About the Club
The challenge begins from the first tee embarking onto a testing 7,150 yard Par 72 course set on 260 acres of magnificent links land. There is an abundance of natural vegetation and wonderful dunes awaiting any errant shot. Every club in the bag is required to play this championship course. Progress through a front nine with a slightly heath land feel with an abundance of gorse and mature tress lining the boundary off the course. Water comes into play on 5 of the holes.
The back nine drift close to the sea and are characterised by uneven fairways, thick rough and deep bunkers, requiring accuracy both of the tee and into the greens. Continuing home to the clubhouse presents little time to relax with the last three holes weaving through dunes and distracting the golfer with panoramic views and a strong sea breeze - pure links enjoyment.
opened in June 1993 and was designed by 'Des Smyth' Associates', a combination of the Irish Tour Golfer Des Smyth and Leading Irish Internationalist Declan Branigan
The experiences acquired by the pairing through their distinguished careers, combined with the undulating landscape have resulted in a truly spirited links course that will set a challenge for any standard of golfer. Playing this course means you are becoming part of an exclusive club; there are only approximately 150 links courses in the world. Seapoint is a proud and well respected member. Experience this impressive course on a stunning stretch of coastal land, with breathtaking views of the Mountains of Mourne alongside a sweeping Irish Sea. Seapoint is certainly one of the most beautiful links courses in the world.
Take the M1 and continue through the Toll Plaza and across the Boyne Suspension Bridge. Take the Drogheda North Exit. Continue straight through the first roundabout. At the second roundabout take the Monasterboice exit. Continue on this road and follow the signs to Termonfeckin. When you arrive in Termonfeckin you will be opposite a church. Turn left and cross a hump back bridge. Take the next right which will be signposted for Seapoint Golf Club which is 1 mile further on the right hand side.
Take the M1 and turn off at the Monasterboice Exit. Continue on this road and follow the signs to Termonfeckin. When you arrive in Termonfeckin you will be opposite a church. Turn left and cross the hump back bridge. Take the next right which will be signposted for Seapoint Golf Club which is 1 mile further on the right hand side.