Its Summer at Newcastle Golf Centre
We’ve got a range of activities available at Newcastle Golf Centre
Tel 01 6210201
With the season coming to an end for many football clubs and sports clubs we have the perfect venue for an end of season outing to mark the occasion.
At Ballybane FootGolf we have catered for football teams, GAA teams, tennis clubs, rugby clubs and more. FootGolf at Ballybane offers a fun activity that also acts as a great team bonding finale to a busy season.
We dont just offer FootGolf either. At Ballybane FootGolf you can also play Par 3 Golf, Laser Clay Shooting and, the newest addition to our facility, FootBowl. This means that you can take part in one or a number of activities.
Discounts are available, depending on the number of players. If you require food, we can arrange delivery from our local takeaway (must be paid on the day of event prior to order).
Where one season ends another begins and with lots of sport to look forward to over the Summer, Ireland at Euro 2016, the Olympics in Rio, the GAA All Ireland Championship and more now is a great time to book your end of season outing.
Looking for something to do for the summer holidays, why not play two sports in one. FootGolf is one of the most popular sports in the world and Ballybane FootGolf is Ireland s number 1 FootGolf course. Fun, fresh air and exercise and takes less than 90 mins for a group of 4 people.
Child and family rates available.
On the 68 bus route and a short drive from the N7, N4 and M50, FootGolf at Ballybane is well located no matter which part of the country you are coming from. Adamstown train station is only a 5 minute taxi journey to the course.
Tel: 086 8299585
St Patricks Day is on its way and if you are looking for something fun to do why not come to Ballybane FootGolf. A game that can be played by all and only takes 90 minutes for a group of 4 people.
FootGolf has become hugely popular in Ireland and the World. If you want to find out the rules of FootGolf check out this link to the official rules.
We are located on the Nangor Road, Clondalkin close to Baldonnel just a short distance from Clondalkin, Lucan, Newcastle, Rathcoole and Tallaght. The 68 bus stops just a minute walk from the entrance. Only 10 minutes from the M50 exits N4 and N7 and only 10 minutes from Adamstown train station making it easily accessible whether you are travelling from Blanchardstown or Dunboyne, Swords or Malahide, Bray or Templeogue or Kildare, Wicklow, Kilkenny, Carlow, Meath, Westmeath, Offaly, Laois or anywhere in the country. With a beautiful parkland location and a par 3 golf course also available make a day of it at Ballybane.