Galway Bay. Opened in 1993 and designed by Christy O’Connor, Jr., this American style course offers meadowland fairways and a great sea view.
Connemara. The par 72 is rarely achieved on this most challenging Atlantic links. This could be influenced by the invigorating air and breathtaking scenery, but more probably due to the vastness of the last six holes.
Westport. Laid out in 1972, this course measures nearly 7,000 yards from the tips.
Carne. A marvelous, very scenic course laid out by Eddie Hackett and opened in 1993. Very remote but worth the drive.
Enniscrone. Opened for play in 1975, the 10th tee offers spectacular vistas of the surrounding mountains and beaches.
Rosses Point (County Sligo Golf Club). Golf has been played here since 1894 with splendid views in every direction. One of Ireland’s best courses!Home