Set near the Dublin Airport, Forrest Little Golf Club was designed by Fred Hawtree and measures out at more than 6,500 yards from the back tees. Notable for its lush vegetation and well-maintained fairways, Forrest Little has been the host of multiple Golfing Union of Ireland tournaments and was a qualifying course for the Irish Open for many years. A parkland golf course with tree-lined fairways, Forrest Little provides golfers with innumerable challenges, including water hazards, well placed bunkers and penal rough. The finishing par 4 will test a players shot-making skills and a well placed drive will pay dividends for those looking to end their round with a low score. A pre-qualifying golf course for the Irish Open, Forrest Little Golf Club attracts a slew of local and traveling golfers who are looking for a firm test to their game just a short distance from Dublin. Founded in 1940, Forrest Little provides sand-based greens and is open for play year-round.