Galway Bay Golf Club is situated approximately 15 minutes from Galway City and is laid out on the picturesque Renville Peninsula, one of the most historic sites in the west of Ireland.
The Atlantic Ocean washes the Galway Bay Golf Club on three sides. The course is very much of parkland terrain but plays like a links due to the exposure to the ocean winds. Set on nearly 300 acres, the water hazards and rolling landscape of Galway Bay combine with manicured fairways and acclaimed putting surfaces to ensure a true but fair test of golf.
- FOUNDED 1993
- DESIGNED Christy O'Connor Jnr
- TYPE Parkland
- PAR 72
- LENGTH 7,190 yards
- HOLES 18
Where to Stay
Galway Bay Hotel
Radisson Blu Galway
Where to Eat and Drink
Galway is something of a food lover’s paradise, with a great selection of restaurants of all types and using high quality natural ingredients sourced from the large and growing community of artisan food suppliers in the surrounding area. The city has been long established as being the culinary capital of the West of Ireland. With its various cultural quarters, the city has a wonderful mix of gourmet cuisine options, from artisan pie-makers to wood-fired pizzerias to some of the finest seafood restaurants in the country. Top locations include Aniar, Ard Bia and White Gables.
What to See and Do
Irelands third city, Galway offers a wide variety of culture and arts. Rich with lively entertainment venues and intriguing places of interest, the city can cater for all types of people. Some of the attractions include Eyre Square, The Spanish Arch and Galway Market.