Navan Pitch and Putt club was founded in 1961 and moved to its present location in 1964.
The 1st hole at Navan plays 40 metres downhill over a grassy mound to a two tier green. There's no sight of the green from the tee of the 50th metre 6th. It's hidden by a huge grass bank fronting the target. Bunkers and trees await behind the green. Tall trees on the left and a slope combine to make the uphill 70 metre 13th a very challenging assignment. TThe 60 metre 4th is considered the most difficult hole on the course, however. There are bunkers either side of the green, which slopes from front to back.
Shortest hole on the course is the 11th at 30 metres. Short it may be but 11 has provided much trouble to players over the years. Out of Bounds lurks just six metres over the back. That famous water hazard fronting the green must be carried to conquer the 51 metre 15th. In a tough finish, the 17th measures 60 metres from the fine elevated teeing ground. The long Index 3 18th plays 63 metres to a green ringed by grass banks.
Navan club has won a number of Club Development awards presented by the Pitch and Putt Union of Ireland.