Owing to the growth of the sport, members of Dublin & County Golf club experienced difficulty finding time available to play in Corballis, the public course. The time allotted for club competitions in the public course was simply not enough to meet member demand. To resolve this problem, a member of the club and local land owner, the late Jack Collins, suggested that a course could be built on his land. With this generous offer and the offer of additional land from the Smith Family, the members of Dublin & County decided to build their own course. The members of Dublin & County Golf Club renamed the club on the opening of their new nine hole course in 1992. In the same year, Balcarrick members approved a new constitution, granting full membership to Ladies and changing from Trust to Limited Company status. In 1995 the course became an 18 hole course under the guidance of course designer, Barry Langan. The current club house facility opened in 1997.