How to – A New Member Guide

Membership Bible

Rosslare Golf Links has two links courses, The main Course and The Burrow 12 hole.

Gui Membership Card:

You will acquire this card upon joining Rosslare Golf Links. It must be ordered and takes about one week to return and can be collected at the main bar.
This card has an 8-digit number on the back which is your GUI number. You will need this to book tee times in Rosslare, for entering any Golf Competitions and to keep track of your handicap. This card is also used in Rosslare Club bar, your bar credit can be used with this card. In the bar you will get discount for beverages using this card and you may top it up if the credit is low. The original credit on the card included with the subscription payment must be used within the calendar year.

Booking Tee Times:

Log onto the Rosslare Golf Links site ( and open the members section. You will initially have to register your card number and a password of your choice with the BRS booking system. There after you use your card number and password to book a tee time through the same BRS booking system. To book in guests please contact the Club as you may only book yourself on the system. There is also a waiting list if the timesheet is busy at your preferred time. Just add your name to the waiting list for a specific period of time and as with any booking you will receive an email confirmation if/when you are allocated a tee time. The Burrow 12 hole is pay and play so booking is not allowed. You just turn up and queue if required to do so.

Rosslare Club Competitions:

The Clubs competitions can be seen clearly in the fixture lists on the website or on the Brs booking system. They will show the competition name and format. You book as per above for all competitions and arrive to check in at the Proshop at least 15 minutes before your allotted tee time. At the pro shop you will sign in and pay for the competition of the day. The cost is normally €5 plus an additional €2 for the twos club competition. Lucky winners will win either vouchers or prizes that may be on display in the bar that day. Vouchers can be collected in the bar and if there will be presentations you may get a call to attend. The twos club pot is shared equally amongst anyone who records a gross 2 on their scorecard. All 2s winnings are kept in a credit account in the Proshop and must be used within the calendar year. All results are posted in the club the evening of the competition and will be on the club website the next working day.
There are 3 main competitions during the full golfing season, open singles on Wednesdays and various competitions each Saturday and Sunday. Most weekend competitions are also Open to Visitors. Tuesday is our Ladies Club day and Lady members who cannot play on Tuesday due to circumstances may play the competition on the previous Sunday where there are

Members Guests:

A member may introduce a guest at a discounted green fee rate. If the guest wishes to enter the competition, then the competition entry of €5 will apply on top of the green fee. Visitors may also enter the 2s competition if they wish. To book a visitor along with yourself you may need to contact the office or proshop as the brs booking facility only allows you to enter yourself.

Club Facilities:

The Clubhouse is very well appointed in an effort to suit every members needs. There are spacious comfortable locker rooms with great facilities. Lockers when available may be obtained with an annual fee from the front office. Towels can also be obtained from the bar for €2. The bar and Terrace Restaurant is a great place to chat relax and always has important sorts occasions on display. Family, friends and visitors are always most welcome. The Professional shop is situated by the first tee and is always stocked well with every golfers needs. The Burrow has its own facilities with changing rooms and refreshments available.

Practice Facilities:

The club boasts a fine variety of practice facilities for both the long and short game. At the main clubhouse you will find two putting greens. One specifically for adults and the other for juniors. You may also use the Junior green for chip and run shots. Between the third tee and Driving range there is another Pitching green with two bunkers also. You will find the last practice green at the burrow course next to the cabin.
The Driving range which is “irons only” is a short walk past the third tee when walking from the main clubhouse or 300 meters past the main entrance gate on the right hand side. There is car parking facility at the range. Range tokens can be bought in advance at the bar or Proshop in the club house for €2, which gives you about 30 balls.


Meet the Rosslare Team:

  • Carol O’ Brien, Hon Sec
  • Roisin Doyle, Office Admin
  • Claire Farrell, Accounts
  • Jamie O’ Sullivan, PGA Professional
  • Jamie Dreelan, Assistant PGA Professional
  • Iain Wakeman, Golf Course Manager
  • Sean Sinnott, Manager of The Burrow Links
  • Kevin Foran, Burrow Links