Dungarvan Golf Club's Championship Parkland course is located 4km outside the town of Dungarvan, County Waterford, and is set against the backdrop of the Comeragh Mountains. It is wedged between Cruachán Hill and Dungarvan Harbour and is situated a few driver-lengths from Abbeyside village.
This attractive and excellently maintained Championship Parkland course has been architecturally designed to challenge all levels of golfer. The golf course is 6,688 yards for gents and 5,456 for ladies. This top quality championship course, practice areas and clubhouse are owned and run by the members, and in 2007 were included in Golf Digest's 'Top 100 Irish Courses'. Competitions are organised regularly throughout the year, and holiday times see the arrival of many welcome visitors.
In addition to hosting GUI competitions and major fund-raising classics, the club attracts golf groups from near and far. The club's congenial atmosphere makes everybody heartily welcome, whether for golf, snooker, card games, or just to while away the time in pleasant surroundings; the club house has full bar and catering facilities, along with ample parking area. They have a fully stocked Professional's Shop; apart from purchase and repair of golf clubs and equipment, lessons may be arranged for both beginners and improvers with the PGA Professional.