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Adare Manor Golf Club

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1995
  • DESIGNED Robert Trent Jones Snr.
  • TYPE Parkland
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 7,453 yards
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Adare Manor Golf Club

In the historic village of Adare - The golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr. is situated on the 840 acre estate of Adare Manor located 22 miles from Shannon Airport. Stretching 7,453 yards from the championship tees, this majestic parkland course includes lakes, historic ruins, subtly undulating greens, many magnificent mature trees and Mr. Jones signature cloverleaf bunkers. A 14-acre lake dominates the front nine and the back nine is routed through a heavily wooded area of the estate, with the beautiful River Maigue dominating the finishing holes and the Manor acting as a majestic backdrop. The 18th hole ranks as one of the best ever designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr. Adare Manor Hotel has 62 elegant bedrooms and 75 individually carved fireplaces with 52 chimneys, one for every week of the year. The highly acclaimed golf clubhouse, measuring 18,000 square feet has 10 bedrooms and various meeting rooms. It is also home to the excellent Carriage House Bar and Restaurant and well stocked pro shop. To ensure the visitor is spoilt for choice there are 25 two and four bedroom townhouses and 46 luxurious three and four bedroom villas.

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Ballybunion Golf Club (Cashen)

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1981
  • DESIGNED Robert Trent Jones Snr.
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,306 yards
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Ballybunion Golf Club (Cashen)

A Breathtaking Challenge - The legendary Tom Watson described the glorious links at Ballybunion Golf Club as the best in the world. High praise indeed for this magnificent test of golf which meanders menacingly through massive dunes on the shores of the Atlantic. Ballybunion Golf Club actually boasts two separate courses. The Old Course (Par 71, 6,598 yards) and the Cashen Course (Par 72, 6,306 yards), which was created by golf architect, Robert Trent Jones Senior. The Cashen Golf Course, with its succession of formidable par fives and breathtaking beauty, amply qualifies as one of the world's masterpieces.

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Ballybunion Golf Club (Old Course)

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1893
  • DESIGNED Captain L. Hewson, James McKenna
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 71
  • LENGTH 6,598 yards
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Ballybunion Golf Club (Old Course)

A Breathtaking Challenge - The legendary Tom Watson described the glorious links at Ballybunion Golf Club as the best in the world. High praise indeed for this magnificent test of golf which meanders menacingly through massive dunes on the shores of the Atlantic. Ballybunion Golf Club actually boasts two separate courses. The Old Course (Par 71, 6,598 yards) and the Cashen Course (Par 72, 6,306 yards), which was created by golf architect, Robert Trent Jones Senior. The Old Golf Course, consistently ranked as one of the world's top ten golf courses, features a graveyard by the first tee, which some say is a warning to golfers who breeze through the first five holes only to come face to face with the ever challenging 6th, the fiendish 8th, the daunting par four 11th and the devilishly tricky 15th.

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Cork Golf Club

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1888
  • DESIGNED Alister MacKenzie
  • TYPE Parkland
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,770 yards
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Cork Golf Club

Scenically situated in Cork Harbour, the club has played host to major Amateur and Professional Championships over the years, including the Irish Open, Irish Professional Championships, Irish Close Championships and the National Finals. This championship parkland course is as graceful and mature as its age would suggest. Cork Golf Club was founded in 1888 and in 1927 the club were fortunate to secure the services of MacKenzie to re-design their existing course and under the critical eye of his assistant Jack Fleming, MacKenzie drew up a design which made full use of the dramatic terrain which is unique to Cork Golf Club. The large undulating greens are fast and true. Getting tee shots into position to approach them is a large part of the challenge - there are several long carries from the tees. Cork is truly one of the finest challenges in Ireland. The scenery and variety are an added bonus and they all combine to make Cork Golf Club a true golf discovery. Cork Golf Club is proud of its associations with the many famous and dedicated people who have contributed towards its success and its ranking among the famous golf clubs of the world.

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Dingle Golf Links (Ceann Sibéal)

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1924
  • DESIGNED Eddie Hackett & Christy O'Connor Jnr.
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,696 yards
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Dingle Golf Links (Ceann Sibéal)

Experience the Magic - 6,696 yards, Par 72 traditional championship links at Dingle Golf Club. Dingle Golf Club is the most westerly golf course in Europe. Each hole on this magnificent links golf course is carved from the natural landscape of one of the most unspoiled parts of Europe, with hazards laid down long before the game of golf was dreamt of, including a winding burn that twists and turns through the entire course. As you play the course at Dingle Golf Club, the whole panorama of the Dingle Peninsula is revealed - hidden bays with small fishing villages, glorious hills and mountains and the Blasket Islands out in the wild Atlantic. This area abounds in archeological treasures, wild flora and fauna, arts and crafts and ancient Gaelic culture. The Irish language is still spoken here. These magical and mystical qualities will make your round of golf at Dingle Golf Club one you will never forget.

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Dooks Golf Club

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1889
  • DESIGNED Martin Hawtree
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 71
  • LENGTH 6,586 yards
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Dooks Golf Club

A Truly Traditional Experience - Golf has been played in Dooks since 1889 and so is the oldest Golf Club in Kerry and one of the oldest in Ireland. Dooks Golf Club was a nine hole course until 1970, when the members voluntarily constructed a second nine. In 2002 Dooks Golf Club engaged the services of renowned links architect Mr. Martin Hawtree to enhance the layout of this visually stunning seaside gem. Hawtree truly lived up to his reputation and today, Dooks Golf Club, with its gentle rolling sandy fairways looking out at breathtaking views of Dingle and overlooked by the magnificent highest mountains in Ireland, the McGillycuddy Reeks, is a golf experience not to be missed. For a golfer who wants a real taste of traditional links golf at its very best, Dooks presents a convincing case.

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Dromoland Castle Golf Club

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1961
  • DESIGNED Joe Carr/Ron Kirby
  • TYPE Parkland
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,808 yards
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Dromoland Castle Golf Club

The Course of Kings - What more dramatic a backdrop could be to this most challenging and enjoyable course than the world renowned five star Dromoland Castle. In 2003, the Dromoland golf course was redesigned to the highest standards by Joe Carr and Ron Kirby. It is situated on 400 unspoilt acres of lush wooded parkland enhanced by the gently flowing River Rine which becomes a feature for three of the many beautiful holes on the course. The natural terrain of the landscape at Dromoland Golf Club poses a considerable challenge to even the lowest handicap, with a profusion of yawning water hazards and concealed bunkers. Dromoland Castle is rapidly earning an enviable reputation both for quality of golf at Dromoland Golf Club and for the splendidly refurbished Castle Hotel. Its restaurant, “The Earl of Thomond“, is rated as one of Ireland‘s outstanding restaurants. The Clubhouse is equipped with leisure centre and swimming pool. “A challenging parkland course, amidst the peace and serenity of a beautiful location.“ - Gary

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Killarney Golf Club (Killeen)

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1893
  • DESIGNED Eddie Hackett, Dr. W. O'Sullivan
  • TYPE Parkland
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 7,123 yards
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Killarney Golf Club (Killeen)

The picturesque and bustling tourist town of Killarney is known as the home of golf in Ireland, and is the ideal base from which to explore the numerous golfing gems of the South West region. In addition to being central to all the world renowned Links courses of the area, the town of Killarney also boasts it’s very own golfing gem in Killarney Golf and Fishing Club. The facility boasts extensive practice facilities, a golf academy and two championship courses; the 7250 yard ‘Killeen’ is a four time European Tour Irish Open venue (1991/1992/2010/2011), and ‘Mahonys Point’ which, although a little shorter, offers ample card wrecking opportunities with its strategic bunkering, water hazards and large subtle breaking greens. Both courses are nestled amidst the serene splendour of the famous Lakes of Killarney in the shadow of the majestic Macgillycuddy‘s Reeks. The inspiring setting of incomparable beauty at Killarney Golf Club has moved many an overseas golfer to extol it as the most enchanting place on earth. The richly wooded grounds for the golf courses were originally made available by Lord Castlerosse, an avid golfer, whose passion for horticulture manifests in the colourful and varied shrubbery throughout. “Two magnificent courses on the shores of Lough Leane under the shadow of the highest mountain range in Ireland.”


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Killarney Golf Club (O'Mahony's Point)

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1893
  • DESIGNED Eddie Hackett, Dr. W. O'Sullivan
  • TYPE Parkland
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,800 Yards
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Killarney Golf Club (O'Mahony's Point)

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Lahinch Golf Club (Castle Course)

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1963
  • DESIGNED John D. Harris
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 70
  • LENGTH 5,653 yards
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Lahinch Golf Club (Castle Course)

A Legendary Links - Frequently referred to as the St. Andrews of Ireland, Lahinch Golf Club looks out on the ever changing Atlantic Ocean, and is subject to all her mood swings. However, comparisons between the two famous courses go much further as their respective citizens share a common love and enthusiasm for the game of golf. The two courses at Lahinch Golf Club were actually first planned by officers of a Scottish Regiment, who considered this rugged and uncompromising countryside of Co. Clare perfect terrain for golf. The original layout for the course was the brainchild of Old Tom Morris, himself a four times British Open champion. Subsequent alterations were put in the capable hands of Scottish architect Dr. Alastair MacKenzie, who has also worked on Augusta, Pebble Beach and Cypress Point. The main championship links at Lahinch Golf Club (Par 72, 6,950 yards) is justifiably proud of the reputation it has gathered as a stern challenge to even the most gifted of golfers. The notorious Klondyke par five, 4th hole forces the golfer to play over an intimidating dune wall to a 'blind' green. Of the twin courses at Lahinch Golf Club, the Castle Course (Par 70, 5,653 yards) presents golfers with a slightly less formidable, though equally interesting prospect. “Lahinch will make the finest and most popular course that I, or I believe anyone else, ever constructed.“ Dr. Alastair Mackenzie

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Lahinch Golf Club (Old Course)

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1892
  • DESIGNED Old Tom Morris, Dr. Alistair MacKenzie
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,950 yards
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Lahinch Golf Club (Old Course)

A Legendary Links - Frequently referred to as the St. Andrews of Ireland, Lahinch Golf Club looks out on the ever changing Atlantic Ocean, and is subject to all her mood swings. However, comparisons between the two famous courses go much further as their respective citizens share a common love and enthusiasm for the game of golf. The two courses at Lahinch Golf Club were actually first planned by officers of a Scottish Regiment, who considered this rugged and uncompromising countryside of Co. Clare perfect terrain for golf. The original layout for the course was the brainchild of Old Tom Morris, himself a four times British Open champion. Subsequent alterations were put in the capable hands of Scottish architect Dr. Alastair MacKenzie, who has also worked on Augusta, Pebble Beach and Cypress Point. The main championship links at Lahinch Golf Club (Par 72, 6,950 yards) is justifiably proud of the reputation it has gathered as a stern challenge to even the most gifted of golfers. The notorious Klondyke par five, 4th hole forces the golfer to play over an intimidating dune wall to a 'blind' green. Of the twin courses at Lahinch Golf Club, the Castle Course (Par 70, 5,653 yards) presents golfers with a slightly less formidable, though equally interesting prospect. “Lahinch will make the finest and most popular course that I, or I believe anyone else, ever constructed.“ Dr. Alastair Mackenzie

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Old Head Golf Links

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1997
  • DESIGNED Ron Kirby, Paddy Merrigan, Liam Higgins, Eddie Hackett, Joe Carr
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 7,200 yards
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Old Head Golf Links

Old Head is a remarkably dramatic piece of Ireland, protruding over two miles into the Atlantic Ocean. The Old Head of Kinsale is home to a World-Class Golf Course and Luxury Accommodation. The course has been described by Links Magazine as “the most spectacular course on earth“ and since its creation in 1997, has become a “must play“ for all discerning golfers the world over. From the tips, the course stretches to over 7,000 yards with a minimum of five tees per hole. Nine holes play along the cliff tops and all eighteen holes provide stunning ocean views. Facilities include a warm up range and a short game practice area. The Old Head Caddie Programme is among one of the most extensive and professional worldwide. You and your guests can dine at the 5-star de Courcey Restaurant or enjoy the more informal environment of the Lusitania Bar. You can also choose to stay on the headland in one of the 15 Luxurious Members’ Suites and experience the Old Head Spa, Fitness Suite and Beauty Treatment Rooms which complement the outstanding beauty and setting of the site. “The most spectacular course on earth since its creation in 1997.“ Links Magazine.

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Ring of Kerry Golf Club

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1998
  • DESIGNED Eddie Hackett
  • TYPE Links to Parkland
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,820 yards
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Ring of Kerry Golf Club

Famed for its spectacular scenery and the intoxicating hospitality of the Kerry people, the Ring of Kerry Golf Club provides an experience not to be missed by any discerning golfer visiting Ireland‘s South West. As you make your way around this par 72 championship course the demands of the golf are equally matched by the breathtaking scenery. Over-looking Kenmare Bay and nestling between the Caha Mountains and the MacGillycuddy's Reeks, the panoramic view at Ring of Kerry Golf Club has to be seen to be believed. You will experience some of the most scenic holes in Ireland, ranging from the dramatic tee shot on the 6th hole ‘Ladies View‘ to the stunning backdrop of the par 3 13th ‘An Neidin‘. What better way to relax after your round than to take a drink onto the balcony of Ring of Kerry‘s clubhouse and watch the action on the 18th hole or simply soak up the scenery. Alternatively, make use of a full range of services including a well-stocked professional shop, a fully-serviced bar and an exclusive a la carte dining room. The Ring of Kerry Golf Club aims to provide an unrivalled level of customer services ‘the Irish way‘ and is therefore proud of their motto: ‘Let us take care of you‘. Voted 2nd in ‘ten of the best views in British Isles golf‘ Today‘s Golfer July 05.

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Tralee Golf Club

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1896
  • DESIGNED Arnold Palmer
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,975 yards
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Tralee Golf Club

Built by Palmer - Created by Nature. A sensational Arnold Palmer designed links course alongside a beautiful rugged coastline where one can see the ocean from every hole and a seascape, which was described by Peter Dobereiner as being ‘in a different class even to California‘s Monterey Peninsula.‘ Exhilarating golf with cliff top greens and tees offer magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean, dingle Peninsula and Kerryhead. Like the terrain the region is steeped in history with St Brendan having been born nearby in 484AD. The magnificent beach and surrounds featured prominently in the epic film Ryan‘s daughter on the gentler outward nine you will negotiate the 6th, 7th and 8th known locally as Palmer‘s loop. The back nine is a world of extraordinarily wild and massive dunes. The 12th hole is probably the most examining 2nd shot hole in golf where you are faced with a second shot to an elevated green with a deep ravine protecting the green. From the 14th tee there is a breathtaking view of Banna Strand which is renowned in song and story. The downhill par three 16th and the doglegged 17th are two more outstanding holes. On reaching the sanctuary of the clubhouse you can sit with your friends for a pint and scan the extraordinary golf course you have just played and to which you will want to return time and time again. “I have never come across a piece of land so ideally suited for the building of a golf course. I am happy we have one of the world‘s great links.“ Arnold Palmer

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Trump International Doonbeg Golf Club

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 2002
  • DESIGNED Greg Norman
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 6,885 yards
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Trump International Doonbeg Golf Club

The last great piece of linksland on the Irish coast - Set along 1.5 miles of crescent-shaped beach and dunes on Irelands southwest coast, Doonbeg Golf Club designed by two-time British Open champion Greg Norman is a thinking man‘s course, with premium on accuracy over power. The majestic dunes, centuries old, reach almost 100 feet. Norman‘s philosophy of least disturbance has produced a course created by nature and laid out by man. 14 of Doonbeg‘s greens and 12 of its fairways were simply mowed. The par-72 layout of features a singles loop of nine holes out and nine back. Variations in wind speed and direction ensure the course plays differently almost every day. The Dongbeg Golf Course officially opened on July 9, 2002, with an exhibition match between Norman and Padraig Harrington. The accommodation, spa and clubhouse facilities are exquisite with the stunning stone building of The Lodge housing 15 individually designed suites with ocean views. The Garden House, Norman and Courtyard suites provide 32 suites of varying accommodation. The Long Room, and Darby‘s Pub serve outstanding dishes prepared from local fresh produce. All of this accompanied with the Irish hospitality makes Doonbeg the ultimate experience.

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Waterville Golf Links

Co. Kerry
  • FOUNDED 1889
  • DESIGNED Eddie Hackett, John Mulcahy, Tom Fazio
  • TYPE Links
  • PAR 72
  • LENGTH 7,325 yards
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Waterville Golf Links

Championship Links, beautiful yet pure - a mystical experience - Links land is a geological rarity. Less than one percent of all courses in Europe are championship links. Waterville Golf Links is honoured to be included among the very best of these in a prestigious Golf World survey. It is one of the oldest Irish Clubs, having been founded in 1889 with the arrival of the trans-Atlantic telegraph cable from the United States. After 80 years of play, the original nine hole course was redesigned by the famous Irish golf architect, Eddie Hackett and the late owner, John A. Mulcahy. Today Waterville is truly mystical. The course gradually introduces the player to its special tempo and rhythm and concludes with a symphony of links beauty. From Henry Cotton to Mark O‘Meara and Tiger Woods, all have praised its perfection. The Clubhouse at Waterville Golf Links is unique with ocean vistas, golf art, antique memorabilia and the warm ambience of its members. The restaurant and pub feature fresh seafood, Irish Fare and the best pint in Kerry, all served by the glow of turf fires. The Links resort includes Waterville Golf Links, Waterville House, the Directors residence, and a four-star 18th-century manor. Guests enjoy preferential access to Golf Links and one of the finest salmon and sea trout fisheries in Ireland. “Swing Courses Waterville and Ballybunion helped me realise the dream of a lifetime - victory in the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale the following week!“ Mark O‘Meara


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