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Doonbeg Links Golf Club
Doonbegs links course was designed by two-time British Open champion Greg Norman. Set along 1.5 miles of crescent-shaped beach it was designated as Golf Digest Best New International Course in its opening year. Doonbeg Golf Club plays along 1.5 miles of beach and dunes.
Dromoland Castle Golf Course
The 6,824 yard par 72 parkland course at Dromoland Castle is among Ireland's elite and offers a fair challenge to all levels of golfer. The exquisite greens coupled with the magnificent scenery make for exhilarating and enchanting day's golf.
Ennis Golf Club
Ennis Golf Club, founded in 1907, is an immaculately manicured 18-hole, Par 70, parkland course. Situated in County Clare, in the heart of Irelands scenic Mid-West, it is some 30 km from Clare's idyllic coastline and the famous 200m high Cliffs of Moher, and the limestone landscapes of the Burren. It's tree lined fairways and tight greens present a considerable challenge, while it's relatively even terrain of 5600m make it an ideal course for the holiday and society golfer.
Kilkee Golf Club
Kilkee Golf Club features an 18 hole, par 70, links course. This challenging links course is laid out in an idyllic setting on the cliffs of west Clare with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. The spectacular third hole, where the green is perched on the point of George's Head, merits particular note. The ever-present Atlantic breeze ensures that Kilkee will provide the golfer with a real test.
Kilrush Golf Club
Kilrush Golf & Sports Club which is situated half mile outside the old heritage town of Kilrush was founded in 1934. The new course which was re-designed by Dr. Arthur Spring in 1994 is a gem. The clever use of the natural terrain combined with water, trees and sand bunkers has resulted in a scenic course that is a pleasure to play.
Lahinch Golf Course
Lahinch Golf Club, situated in one of the most unspoilt parts of Ireland, provides two 18-hole links courses, the Castle Course and the famous Old Course, the gem of Irish golf courses. Lahinch Golf Course occupies a very special place in Irish golf: its location, its history, and its character layout all contribute to a really special experience for any golfing enthusiast.
Shannon Golf Club
Shannon Golf Club, established in 1966 was designed by John D Harris as a major championship course of international standard. The course has, over the forty years, matured into one of the best inland courses in Munster and Ireland . A parkland course of 6763 yards with fairways of natural meadow grass planted on either side with Spruce, Evergreens and a wide variety of deciduous trees.
Ballybunion Golf Club
Ballybunion Golf Links is internationally famous and many legendary golfing figures have hailed it as one of the greatest golf courses in the world. As you arrive into the historic town of Ballybunion, you will immediately see the sweeping links golf course and the very name 'Ballybunion' is known by all golf enthusiasts.
Beaufort Golf Club
Beaufort Golf Club, an 18 hole Kerry Golf Course situated 7 miles from Killarney and often referred to as the hidden gem of Southwest Ireland Golf. Beaufort Golf Course is nestled at the base of Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrantouhill, part of the world famous MacGillycuddy Reeks. Set amongst 200 year old trees, 15th century castle ruins, two lakes and rolling meadows.
Ceann Sibeal (Dingle) Golf Links
At 6,690yd, this 18-hole par-72 course, is one of the truly traditional links. Each hole on this magnificent traditional, championship links is carved from the natural landscape of one of the most unspoiled parts of Europe. Located in an area of scenic beauty, where the Irish language and culture live on, Ceann Sibeal is reputed to be the most westerly golf course in Europe. The course itself is characterised by a number of strategically placed bunkers as well as strong winds which provide an element of challenge for the golfer.
Dooks Golf Club
Dooks Golf Club is situated just outside the town of Killorglin and is “one of the best kept secrets in Irish golf” according to Ronan Rafferty, Sky Sports and European Golfer of the Year,1989. Experience breathtaking views in this magical location of this stunning golf course.
Kenmare Golf Club
Kenmare Golf Club was founded in 1903, and was extended to 18 holes in 1993. Whilst the course can be very exacting for a good player, it is never unfair to the weak
Killarney Golf Course
3 great courses, two on the lake and one with mountain views, a must for any visitor, Mahony's point the most forgiving and scenic. Great club house with views of 18th and the Lake. A must when in Killarney.
Killorglin Golf Club
This 18-hole, parkland course opened in 1992 and is maturing into a challenging but fair test. Located in the heart of County Kerry, it is probably the most scenic course anywhere. Visitors are assured of a friendly welcome. Killorglin Golf Club has excellent facilities and is great value for money. The course consists of four par fives, four par threes and 10 par fours. It is overlooked by two mountain ranges, the MacGillicuddy Reeks and Slieve Mish. In turn, the course overlooks Castlemaine Harbour and the River Laune. It is altogether a stunning location.
Ring of Kerry Colf Club
Famed for its spectacular scenery, its VIP playing guest list and the intoxicating hospitality of the Kerry people, the award-winning Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club provides the perfect venue for any discerning golfer visiting Ireland's South West. A driving range is also available.
Sklellig Bay Golf Club
Skellig Bay is a stunning Ron Kirby-designed championship golf course. More than 7,400yd in length, the course has five tees on every hole and is a must-play course for all visitors to Southern Ireland. Neither links nor parkland, Skellig Bay can only be described as a heathland or headland course, which follows the coastline of south west Kerry. As with all coastal courses, there is little to protect the golfer from the sea breeze.
Designed and built by Arnold Palmer, this stunning setting represents a true paradise for those willing to challenge what is widely acclaimed as one of the finest links courses in the world. Tralee, in addition to boasting a clear view of the Atlantic Ocean from every hole, has a fully qualified resident professional, fully stocked Pro Shop, a spacious and comfortable restaurant and bar and it has earned a reputation for having a most friendly and relaxed atmosphere for members and visitors alike.
Waterville Golf Club
Waterville, located on the Ring of Kerry, plays on an amazing platform surrounded by the sea. If you fancy escaping for a few rounds of golf where you can enjoy views of the unspoilt Kerry landscape then a visit to Waterville Golf Course is a must. This is a challenging golf course and is always well maintained so you can test yourself against the dunes of Waterville