The classic parkland O’Meara Course meanders through acres of pastures and woodlands on the banks of the River Rye, while the 7,300 yard links style Montgomerie Course sweeps across fairways, bunkers and greens.
The two courses were named after their designers, two-time major winner Mark O’Meara and seven-time European Order of Merit winner Colin Montgomerie respectively.
“Carton golf course is a magical place, full of beauty and wonderful history. My idea for the golf course was to make sure members and guests really have fun out there. It has to challenge golfers of all abilities and I think that is exactly what we achieved. I am thrilled with what we created.” ~ Mark O’Meara
Between the two courses, they’ve been home to both the 2004 and 2005 AIB Irish Amateur Open Championship, as well as the 2005, 2006 and 2013 Irish Opens.
Originally the manor house’s stable block, The Coach House has been re-modelled into a gorgeous clubhouse, and offers a tasteful mix of old and new with bar and restaurant facilities serving up to 110 people.
In the main house, 18 of the original suites offer that little bit of extra luxury for your golf break, individually fitted with four poster beds, bespoke design furniture, glass fittings and lavish fabrics.