THEY call it the Augusta National -- glorious Glenville.
It's tucked under the Dublin mountains on the Kiltipper Road.
It's a Tallaght monument at this stage. And it's keeps growing taller by the day.
It's one of he best clubs in the country. And it's not just confined to pitch and putt.
It's a thriving social centre. There's pool, darts, music, table tennis and art. There's even a golf society.
It has produced some fantastic players, and outstanding legislators.
The clubhouse is rarely silent. It's an impressive building.
The course has long had the Q mark. It has hosted all the majors and even internationals.
One of the most memorable times of all was when it staged the Special Olympics World Games in 2003.
It has a long history. Back in 1948 it was one of the founding members of the Dublin Pitch and Putt County Board.
And it's door is always open for new members. You are guaranteed a warm welcome and the best of clean, fresh air. Ring 4519916 or email email@example.com