Whether you're visiting Virginia, Co. Cavan for business or pleasure, make a round of golf one of your top priorities. Situated on Ireland's Ancient East, Virginia is home to Lough Ramor, one of Cavan's most picturesque lakes. Our nine-hole golf course offers stunning views of Lough Ramor and features narrow tree-lined fairways which are a challenge to even the most experienced golfer. Virginia Golf Club is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and visitors are always most welcome.
Weekdays & Weekends: €15
Visit us with a Member: €10
Societies: To discuss rates and book tee-times for your society, contact Louise on 086-3482110
Looking for a new challenge for your Golf Society this year? Why not come to Virginia Golf Club and play our scenic and challenging 9-Hole Parkland Course. Situated just 50 minutes from Dublin, a short distance from the M3 on the shores of Lough Ramor.
€15 per person
Special rate for large groups - €300 for groups of 20 or more
Food can be arranged at a local hotel if booked in advance
To reserve tee times call Louise on 086-3482110
Penalty Area: The area defined by red stakes to the right of the 6th/15th fairway. Rule 17 applies.
Out of Bounds: Over the railing and fences bounding the golf course including the avenue to Virginia Park Lodge, the golf club car park and areas defined by white stakes to the right of the 1st, 7th, 10th and 16th fairways. Rule 18:2 applies
Immovable Obstructions: Rule 16.1.a applies
All manhole covers and tee markers are immovable obstructions.
All pathways through the golf course are immovable obstructions and taking relief is optional. If taking relief at the 3rd, 5th, 12th or 14th holes the ball must be dropped in and come to rest in the designated drop zone.
Screens at 5th tee and beside machinery shed are integral parts of the golf course. Relief from these screens is only possible under Rule 19.1, unplayable ball, under penalty.
Young trees protected by stakes are no play zones: If a player's ball lies anywhere on the course other than in a penalty area and it lies on or touches such a tree or such a tree interferes with the player's stance or area of intended swing, the player must take relief under Rule 16.1.f.