Coollattin Golf Club was an offshoot of Coollattin Park, an outdoor leisure area that began in the early 1900s. The course went through a rough time in the 1950s, but a dedicated group fiercely protected the course and it endured. The golf course grew to 18 holes in 1996 designed by Peter McEvoy to surround the Coollattin House. The par 72 parkland course offers great views of the Wicklow countryside and includes a par 3 inside the walled garden of the manor house. Large oak trees line the fairways, providing massive amounts of incentive to keep the ball in play. Coollattin Golf Club's middle tees run 6,337 yards and the forward tees measure a hefty 5,611 yards with par 74.