Naas is a traditional parkland course set in the short grass county of Kildare and is situated on rolling terrain and lush, tree lined fairways. The strategically placed bunkers reward the accurate player. Fast, true and undulating greens provide a stern challenge with the flat stick!
In 1992 Naas was extended to become an eighteen hole course with the addition of nine new holes. The tree lined fairways offer a challenge to any golfer. The position of the tee-shot is crucial to setting up a good scoring opportunity, particularly on holes 4 (index 1), 5, and 7 where the fairways are bordered by mature Elm, Beech and Chestnut Trees. The large greens have many subtle breaks and your work is still cut out for you even if you are there in regulation.
In 2002 holes 1 and 11 through to 18 were redesigned by the renowned architect Jeff Howes. Its lush fairways meander through magnificent mature trees while the strategically placed bunkers reward the accurate player.