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Westport will leave great memories of a unique course on the shores of Clew Bay. The 11th, with its Everest like fairway, the par three 12th and the index one, par four 13th, is our Amen Corner.
Craddockstown Golf Club is a golfing jewel waiting to be explored. Situated on the outskirts of Naas and five miles from the K Club, the 2006 Ryder Cup Venue, we are nestled between Punchestown, the Curragh and Naas Race courses.
Kenmare Golf Club is set alongside the quiet waters of the River Roughty Estuary and situated amongst the Caha Mountains. A fantastic view on a panoramic background is an ideal setting for the final six holes of golf in this breathtaking location.
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.
Challenging parkland championship course to test golfers of all abilities.
This is an excellent mature course, which features panoramic views from some tees, and requires accurate driving and approach shots to several sloping and two-tiered greens.
This stunning parkland course is spread over 500 acres of rolling countryside and dense woodland.
Douglas Golf Club is a very flat, parkland course. It was redesigned in 1997 by Peter McEvoy with the intention of utilising land and of making the course more challenging for all and to allow it to be set up to seriously challenge top players at all times.
Royal County Down was originally laid out in 1889 by ‘Old’ Tom Morris from St. Andrews.
Galgorm Castle Golf Club is an exciting mixture of the new and the old.
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