Enniscrone Golf Club
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One of Ireland's great west coast links, Enniscrone is set in the scenic splendour of Killala Bay.
Enniscrone Golf Club is set in the scenic splendour of Killala Bay.
A meeting in 1918 marked the formal beginning of golf in Enniscrone and though, like so many links, it has been extended, modified and improved, it quickly built up a justifiable popularity. Enniscrone, set in the scenic splendour of Killala Bay, is one of Ireland’s finest links golf courses. This championship venue provides golfers with the ultimate experience: dramatic duneland, an inspired design concept, superb greens all year round and breathtaking views.
Originally designed by the great Eddie Hackett, Enniscrone’s reputation as a top class venue has been embellished with the addition of six new holes threading a path through the mountainous dunes. The new holes, expertly designed by famous course architect Donald Steele, add an exciting dimension to the 27 hole layout. Adoption of the relinquished six holes, together with the development of three new holes on adjoining land, has provided the club with a further quality 9 hole course.