In its short history the Course has been developed in 1994, designed by Arthur Spring and redeveloped in 2004, design by Roger Jones. The course is a visual treat, a test of skill and shot making for all golfers. The varied directions of play and the different length of approach shots ensures that golfers will use most of the clubs in the bag during a round.


The Course has matured into a parkland style with water coming into play on many of the holes. The natural springs channel streams through the course providing a steady flow to a series of mini lakes. A par 72 men, 73 for ladies it measures 6133 metres (6707 yards).


A members owned club, the course offers full practice, chipping, putting and driving bay facilities with resident PGA Professional to enhance your experience. Our clubhouse allows you to relax before or after a round.


Welcome and enjoy your golf.

Craddockstown Golf Club, Naas, Co. Kildare


First Hole – Par 5
Testing Par 5 with water waiting for that errant golf shot.


Second Hole – Par 3
Anywhere on the putting surface is good here.


Third Hole – Par 4
Short par 4 but important to be below the hole with your second shot.


Fourth Hole – Par 4
Unless you are a big hitter, this difficult hole would be best played as a par 5.


Fifth Hole – Par 4
Tight driving hole. Important to find the fairway.


Sixth Hole – Par 3
Difficult green to hit. Well placed bunkers gather any inaccurate tee shots.


Seventh Hole – Par 4
Middle of the fairway with the first, middle of the green with the second, one putt…. birdie!!!!


Eighth Hole – Par 5
Stream crossing the fairway near the green may catch you out if you go for it in two. Beware!!


Ninth Hole – Par 4
Favours a draw off the tee, good birdie hole.


Tenth Hole – Par 4
An accurate tee shot is essential if you are to get on in two, otherwise the water can be costly.


Eleventh Hole – Par 3
The easiest of the four par 3’s. Make the most of it.


Twelfth Hole – Par 4
Good birdie chance here with some tough holes to follow.


Thirteenth Hole – Par 4
A lot of people leave this hole thinking balls are an aquatic species!!


Fourteenth Hole – Par 5
With streams crossing the fairway in three places, this hole needs good course management.


Fifteenth Hole – Par 3
Avoid the bunkers here and be content to walk off with a par.


Sixteenth Hole – Par 4
At last an easy one!! ….but three putts a possibility on this green.


Seventeenth Hole – Par 4
Hard to find the green in two if the wind is against.


Eighteenth Hole – Par 5
Great finishing hole. This hole has decided many a match. A par will win most times here.