Claremorris Golf Club | 6 mins
Claremorris Golf Club is an 18 hole parkland course designed by Irish International and Walker Cup player the late Tom Craddock Malahide who with Pat Ruddy also co-designed the world famous course at Druids Glen, Co Wicklow, host to the Irish Open on many occasions. In 2018 they will celebrate the historic milestone of 100 years of golf.
Situated only 1 ½ miles from the town centre on the former estate of Lord Oranmore and Browne, Claremorris Golf Club is a spectacular par 73 layout measuring 6131 metres and has USGA spec sand based greens that are comparable to the best in the country. Every hole has been crafted with precision boasting features that will test even the best players with a premium on accuracy if one is to score well.
Ballinrobe Golf Club | 16 mins
The Championship Parkland Golf Course at Ballinrobe Golf Club is considered by some, including Padraig Harrington, to be one of the finest in Ireland. Cloonacastle Estate, which dates back to 1238, became the new home for Ballinrobe Golf Club during its centenary year in 1995.
A mature 300 acre estate provides the setting for an ever evolving, continuously maturing, magnificent championship parkland golf course. A 250 year old Estate House and some of its original farm buildings, have been carefully and tastefully renovated to provide modern clubhouse facilities.
Castlebar Golf Club | 26 mins
Originally founded in 1910, Castlebar Golf Club underwent several transformations, the last being the total redesign to its current layout measuring 6,420 yards with 18 sand based green and tees.
The course offers a variety of holes, each with its own unique challenge. Castlebar Golf Club is a friendly and welcoming club, with members and visitors alike made feel welcome.
Westport Golf Club | 50 mins
This premier 18-hole Championship Golf Course set in 260 acres of rolling parkland on the shores of Clew Bay, was designed by the renowned British firm of course architects Fred Hawtree and Sons. Measuring 7,072 yards par-73 with a standard scratch of 74 off the back tees.
Its signature hole is the par-5 fifteenth, 580 yards index 9, where the tee shot is a long carry over Clew Bay. Westport Golf Club was awarded the Smurfit Irish Professional Championship in April 2002, won by Ryder Cup Hero Paul McGinley who set a new professional course record 65 in the 3rd round.