Newcastle Golf Centre Dublin

Newcastle Golf Centre Dublin

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Ireland’s Best Golf and Activity Centre

Newcastle Golf Centre-Ireland’s Best Golf and Activity Centre

At Newcastle Golf Centre we provide a range of excellent golf facilities and activity centre to cater for all ages and all interests. Only 30 minutes from Dublin we are the perfect location for a family day out, birthdays, team building and corporate days, stags and hens and more.

For the keen golfer our floodlit, covered driving range and short game practice area provide the perfect warm up before you head to the course. The 18 hole par 3 golf course is the perfect challenge set in a beautiful parkland location.

imageimageFor the part time golfer we now offer FootGolf! Part soccer, part golf, all entertainment and suitable for all skill levels. Great family fun and a brilliant way to play golf without having to carry clubs!

Or why not try something completely different- Laser Clay Shooting. Using real, deactivated guns, fire a harmless beam at a clay launched through the air. Completely safe, environmentally friendly as the clays are re usable and fun for any occasion. ( must be 16 years of age or older due to the weight of the guns).


FootBowl, our newest activity is suitable for all ages. The aim of the game is simple, using a soccer ball or American football, knock down your opponents pins before they knock yours down. Looks easier than it is!

Booking is required for Laser Clay Shooting and FootBowl.  more activities coming soon, keep an eye on our website for future updates.

For more information on our current facilities contact us on

Newcastle Golf and Activity Centre

Peamount Lane, Newcastle, Co Dublin

Tel: 01 6210201

086 8299585(mobile)

Benefits of Golf Lessons

At Newcastle Golf Centre Dublin we have golf lessons in Dublin available from Qualified Golf Teachers. Whether you are a beginner, improver or professional our dedicated teachers / golf coach will be able to help you to become the best golfer you can be.


Golf lessons can cover areas including

  • Long Game on our 300 metre driving range with a variety of targets
  • Short Game chipping and pitching on our two short game practice areas
  • Putting on our dedicated putting green
  • Bunker play with 3 practice bunkers available
  • Take it to the course, bring the practice to the par 3 course, pre shot routines, mental approach and more

Golf instructors can help you with many things from your technique to your confidence on the course. Some benefits of golf lessons:


Qualified instructors teach either the Vardon (overlapping) grip, the interlocking grip or the baseball grip, and knowing the advantages of these and tailoring your grip to your athletic abilities can prove a great advantage to your game. A student’s hand size also means that certain grips are better suited but figuring this out for yourself can be puzzling, especially when there are so many other things to think about. An instructor will explain why you should use a specific grip and this alone can improve the power of your swing and in turn the distance and path of the ball.


It is very difficult to correct your own posture and golfers often don’t realise when they are making mistakes and that it could affect their game. Standing in the correct position and maintaining it throughout the swing can make a big difference to your game and also avoid injury. Gaining the perspective of a professional, you will get tips on keeping your posture and probably save yourself a lot of back ache in the future.


Repeating bad swings over and over again will rarely improve a golfer’s handicap. While practicing on a driving range may build your swing into a stronger one with further distance, aligning the golf club and ball can make all the difference. Professional coaches can use a variety of techniques to help you and help you to understand the technical side of golf: it is difficult to improve your game without fully understanding which elements affect the outcome.


Lessons can range from golf club fittings to simulators and visualisation techniques. A good instructor will find the methods which suit you best and use them to describe what you’re trying to do and adapt it to multiple standard shots so that you learn to hit sand-shots, approaches and chipping as well as fairway shots and driving.


The most important advantage of taking golf lessons is the feedback that you’ll benefit from. Golfing with a friend or work colleague will rarely lead to them giving you tips or telling you where you’re going wrong, not to mention that most players will just avoid practicing shots that they aren’t very good at to avoid embarrassment or to avoid holding everyone up. Instructors on the other hand will work on your flaws and make sure you understand where you are going wrong before giving you tips on how to improve.

More tips available at

A large number of professional golfers including Rory McIlroy and Jordan Speith have a golf coach who has guided them through Major Championships. You can do this too!

For Golf lessons in Dublin contact:

Tel: 01 6210201


Golf Instruction at Newcastle Golf Centre

Golf Instruction at Newcastle Golf Centre

How to cure a slice? How to stop hooking? Topped or fat shots? How to hit a fade or a draw? How to make more putts?

Take your golf game to the next level. Whether picking up a club for the first time or if you are looking for a single figure handicap, a golf lesson at Newcastle Golf Centre Dublin will develop a lesson programme to suit your needs and help with your golfing goals.

Golf Instruction

Golf Instruction


Golf instruction is available from Qualified Golf Teachers, with a number of years golf instruction experience. If you are slicing, hooking or having any issue with your golf swing or just want advice our experienced coaches can guide you with excellent tuition.

The range of facilities at Newcastle Golf Centre mean that we can cover all aspects of the game. From driving and irons on the driving range, putting, chipping and bunker play on the short game practice area and bringing it all together on the par 3 golf course. Golf club Regripping and repairs are also available on site to ensure the clubs are suited to the individual golfers needs.

Located only minutes from Newcastle, Celbridge, Lucan, Clondalkin, Tallaght, Rathcoole, Leixlip and only a short drive from the N7, N4 and M50 motorways, Newcastle Golf Centre is an ideal location for golf lessons in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow and more.

To book a golf lesson or for enquiries

Tel: 016210201

Mob: 0868299585


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Golf Driving Range Tips

Golf Driving Range Tips

With Rory McIlroy getting to grips with his golf game for the 2015 season, why not get your own game in shape too. Heres a great article with some golf tips  to guide when when practicing at the driving range.


Visiting a driving range can help you improve your golf game without the expense of playing a full round of golf. At a driving range, it’s possible to hit several dozen or even more than 100 balls in a relatively short period of time without any pressure. Depending on where you live, you might be able to visit an outdoor driving range all year, or you can take advantage of an indoor range during the winter.
Step 1
Stretch your shoulders, back, legs and arms for several minutes before taking a club out of your bag. Loosening the body helps warm your muscles and lessen the chance of a swing-related injury. After stretching, take several practice swings with a 9-iron. Practice swings continue to loosen your body.
Step 2
Hit a number of shots with your 9-iron, focusing on proper foot placement, hand placement on the grip, backswing and follow through. Avoid the temptation to race through shot after shot. Instead, approach each shot as though you’re on the golf course and the shot is important. Rushing yourself at the driving range can produce bad habits.
Step 3
Move through your irons from high to low. Next, select a hybrid club if you have one and then your woods from high to low. Note your distance with each club; knowing this information helps you select the proper club when playing on a course. Most driving ranges have yardage markers set up at 50, 100, 150 and 200 yards. Use these markers to your advantage as you hit each club.
Step 4
Hit at least 10 balls with your driver, noting the distance and trajectory of each shot. If you struggle hitting your driver, the driving range is the ideal opportunity to improve your consistency.
Step 5
Move to the driving range’s short-game area and practice hitting balls out of the sand and onto the green with your sand wedge. Practice chipping and pitching at the designated area, and finally, your putting on the practice green. Most of the shots you take in a round of golf are shorter shots; spend adequate time practicing with these clubs.

Aim for specific yard markers and try to place shots as close to the markers as possible. Having a very specific target will help you focus.
To simulate the routine of playing a hole of golf, tee off with a driver, hit a long iron and follow it up with a short iron or wedge.