Laytown and Bettystown, a traditional links with undulating fairways, riveted bunkers and fast greens, is situated on the south bank of the River Boyne in the seaside village of Bettystown, with views of the Cooley and Mourne mountains.
The course was first played in the 1880s but the club was not formally in the existence until 1909. The course has produced some of Ireland's best golfers, notably Ryder Cup golfers - Des Smyth and Philip Walton. Top class amateurs include Declan Brannigan and John McGinn. In 2004, the Leinster open Seniors Competition was hosted here.