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  1. Eire Golf

    Killarney, Kerry

    Eire Golf Limited offers you the unique opportunity to play some of the greatest links courses in the world. Read more

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  2. Well Played Ltd

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Wellplayed Ltd takes pride in organising fully catered for golfing trips throughout Ireland. Read more

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  3. Kenmare Golf Ticket

    Kenmare, Kerry

    Kenmare Golf Club and Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club. Play both local courses midweek (Monday to Friday) for only €60.00.
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  4. The Celtic Way Golf Pass

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Celtic Way Golf Pass includes three leading courses in County Kerry. Play at Beaufort Golf Club - Killarney, Skellig Bay Golf Club - Waterville, or Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club - Kenmare. Read more

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  5. Killarney Golf And Fishing Club

    Killarney, Kerry

    Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off.

    The Killarney Golf & Fishing Club is comprised of three parkland/lakeside championship golf courses. They are located adjacent to Lough Lein with the McGillycuddy Reeks in the background. Read more

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  6. Waterville Golf Links

    Waterville, Kerry

    Golf at Waterville is a mystical experience – the beauty of classic links land surrounded by the sea yet forever challenged and shaped by the elements. More than 100 years old, Waterville is rated among the top five courses in Ireland and the top 20 links courses in the world.
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  7. Dooks Golf Links

    Glenbeigh, Kerry

    Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Golf has been played in Dooks since 1889 and so it is one of the oldest clubs in Ireland. It was introduced to the local aristocracy by officers from the Royal Horse Artillery attending compulsory training at the nearby Glenbeigh Artillery Range. Read more

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