Golfing

Dromoland Golf Club Newmarket on Fergus, Co Clare 061-36844

Widely regarded as one of the finest 18 hole parkland golf courses in the Country and is situated in the West of Ireland, Dromoland Golf Course has been described as an experience never to be forgotten, presenting a stern challenge to both professionals and amateurs. With Shannon Airport only a 10 minute drive away on the motorway, Dromoland has never been so easy to access.  Dromoland offers a great introduction to Irish golf and may also be an ideal venue for a final round when departing in the late morning or early afternoon.  The course is available to groups and corporate events and offers a range of packages to suit individual needs. The Golf Team at Dromoland offer an assured and professional service and challenge you to experience the soft pleasing curves and endless variety that only Dromoland can offer.

Shannon Golf Club Shannon Airport, Shannon, Co Clare 061-471849

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. The course has a mixture of sand-based and traditional greens, maintained to the highest standard and protected by numerous sand bunkers to offer the final challenge to each hole. Water hazards are also a feature coming into 6th, 7th, 8th, 14th and 17th. The 17th par three is the signature hole which requires a dedicated golf shot over the Shannon Estuary. This course should not be missed.

Ennis Golf Club Drumbiggle, Ennis, Co Clare 065-6824074

Ennis Golf Club, founded in 1907, is situated in County Clare, in the heart of Irelands scenic Mid-West, some 30 km from Clare's idyllic coastline and the famous 200m high Cliffs of Moher, and the limestone landscapes of the Burren. Ennis GC is an immaculately manicured 18-hole, Par 70, parkland course.

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. Our club is noted for it's hospitality and the members and staff extend a warm welcome to visitors and societies. We particularly welcome societies and we can offer a variety of packages to contribute to the enjoyment of your society members. Our state of the art clubhouse opened in 1999. Overlooking the course, it has a large modern lounge bar, dining room, ladies and gents showers, visitors lockers, changing rooms and a large car park. Ennis GC is located 20 km from Shannon International Airport. Shannon is a one or two hour flight from most European cities with regular flights throughout the summer months.

Lahinch Golf Club Lahinch, Co Clare065-7081003

Lahinch Golf Club is a world renowned links golf course in the village of Lahinch on the northwest coast of County Clare, in northern Munster, Ireland. It is situated approximately 20 miles northwest of the town of Ennis Founded in 1892 by officials of Limerick Golf Club Alexander W. Shaw and Richard J. Plummer, they laid out an 18-hole course, the original course had ten holes on each side of the road.  It has often been described as the "St. Andrew's" of Ireland. The original links was laid out by Old Tom Morris. Alister MacKenzie, who co-designed Augusta National Golf Club, redesigned the Old Course and extended the links in 1927 for a fee of £2000. Lahinch is actually two 18 hole courses, the Old Course, is between the road and the sea, situated at the opposite side of the road from the Old Course is the Castle Course. The Castle Course is a flatter links named after the ruins of a nearby castle tower that stands to the north of the course. Lahinch Golf Club is home to the South of Ireland Championship, an amateur golf tournament which began in 1895. Notable winners include Joe Carr in 1969, Darren Clarke in 1989, Paul McGinley in 1991 and Graeme McDowell in 2000. Ireland's Pádraig Harrington finished runner up on two occasions.

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