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Although it does not have the history of Ballybunion and Lahinch, this majestic links course perched on Ballinskelligs Bay has become accepted as one of the finest courses of its kind anywhere in the world. Long but not hilly, it is enjoyable to walk, with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Kerry Mountains. Each…

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Trump Doonbeg

Greg Norman was commissioned to design this course, and every care was taken to consider the preservation of the delicate ecosystem that exists around the dunes when designing the course. On first visit to the site of the course in Doonbeg, Norman remarked that “the site was made by God for playing golf. (Back Tees 6,818…

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This Arnold Palmer designed course, the first in Europe, is set amidst the beautiful scenery associated with the Kerry region. This challenging course starts with a relatively flat front nine, set on the cliff tops; the second nine by contrast are built on and about the noteworthy dunes. (Back Tees 6,991 Yards / Par 72) Photos…

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Old Head

Old Head incorporates a total of eighteen holes, nine of which play alongside the cliff tops, providing an exhilarating test of golf and concentration for players of all standards and categories. The vagaries of the Atlantic winds will ensure that the course provides a fresh challenge each day. (Back Tees 6,650 Yards / Par 72)

Fota Island

Fota Island Deerpark

It would appear that golf was first played at Fota Island as far back as the 1800’s. In 1993, a new course was developed at Fota Island, designed by Irish Ryder Cup star Christy O’Connor Jr. and twice English Amateur Champion Peter McEvoy.  The woodlands are cleverly woven into a challenging 72 par course, which…

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Killarney Killeen

Killarney Killeen Golf has been played here – in majestic surroundings amidst the famous Lakes of Killarney – since the 19th century, hence the oft-heard referral to its being a “golfer’s dream”. Among the better holes on the Killeen parkland course are the 1st which follows the curve of Lough Leane’s shore, the stunning par…

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Lahinch Old

Lahinch is steeped in history and the features of this famous course are carved out of natural terrain. The Old Course is the permanent home of the South of Ireland Open Amateur Championship (first played in 1895). This course also regularly hosts the Irish National Amateur and Professional Championships. (Back Tees 6,696 Yards / Par 72)

Dromoland Castle

In existence since 1961, our course was designed by the renowned golf architect Mr. Brook L. Wigginton. In 2003, the par 72 Dromoland Castle Golf & Country Club championship parkland course was carefully redesigned and updated by world class architect Ron Kirby and Irish golfing legend J.B.Carr. Deceivingly attractive to look at, but with teeth that…

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Dooks – derived from a Gaelic word meaning “sandbank” – is a testing 18-hole links situated in one of the most picturesque corners of the Ring of Kerry. The course is laid out on one of three stretches of sand-dunes at the head of beautiful Dingle Bay. (Back Tees 6,010 Yards / Par 70)

Adare Manor Course

Play Adare Manor Course, near Killarney, Ireland

Adare Manor Course Set on the 840 acre estate of Adare Manor, Robert Trent Jones has created an Irish masterpiece. The 18th hole of this course may well be known to be possibly the best par 5 in the world. This course has 3 lakes, including a 14 acre lake anchoring the front nine. The…

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Ballybunion Old Course

Play Ballybunion Old Course, near Killarney, Ireland

Ballybunion Old Course Undoubtedly one of Ireland’s most famous golf courses, Ballybunion Old Course is a treat for the senses. Fronted by the pounding Irish Sea and close to the Shannon River Estuary, the setting is impressive – a remote, wind-blown corner of southwest Ireland’s golf rich County Kerry, amid some of the most imposing…

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