Golf in the Region

Killeen Golf Course Killarney

17 miles €90.00

This parkland course occupies a site of great natural beauty and lies adjacent to Lough Leane with the mountains of Kerry rising on the other side of the lake. The main characteristics are narrow, tree-lined fairways.

Directions

On the N72 Ring of Kerry road

Course

Parkland 18 holes 6164 metres Par 72 SSS 72

Mahoneys Point Killarney

18 miles €75.00

The second course at Killarney Golf & Fishing Club is parkland, the same as its sister course Killeen. The course is set amidst the beautiful scenery associated with the undulating south west of Ireland.

Directions

On the N72 Ring of Kerry road

Course

Parkland 18 holes 6164 metres Par 72 SSS 73

Dooks Golf Course

25 miles €85.00

Dooks - a word derived from Gaelic “drumhac” meaning sandbank - is a testing 18 hole links situated in one of the most enchanting corners of the Ring of Kerry. The course is laid out on a stretch of sand-dunes at the head of Dingle Bay.

Directions

On the N70 between Killorglin and Glenbeigh

Course

Seaside 18 holes 6010 yards Par 70 SSS 68

Waterville Golf Course

45 miles €144.00-€163.00

Waterville features finely manicured fairways and greens with limited water on the course. It is quite long yet not hilly. Each hole has individual characteristics and every club will be needed.

Directions

1 mile from Waterville

Course

Links 18 holes 7225 yards Par 72 SSS 74

Tralee

55 miles €170.00

In 1984 the Tralee course designed by Arnold Palmer was relocated to the magnificent Tralee Bay. The course is set on a cliff top with Mount Brandon and the Kerry Head as backdrops.

Directions

8m W of Tralee on Spa - Fenit road

Course

Links 18 holes 6192 metres Par 71 SSS 73

Old Head Kinsale

70 miles €160.00 - €200.00

The Old Head, jutting into the Atlantic, rises hundreds of feet above high dramatic cliffs. It is surrounded by ocean on all sides, with the most spectacular views. The course is configured as two returning loops with nine holes along the cliff tops, providing an exhilarating test to golf for players of all standards.

Course

Links 18 holes 7200 yards Par 72 SSS 72

Ballybunion - Old Course (Links)

65 miles €95.00 - €180.00

After playing Ballybunion for the first time, one would think that the game of golf originated there. Located on the Shannon Estuary, it is a true seaside links course, virtually treeless and a course of sharp contours throughout, there appears to be no man-made influence. Tom Watson says it’s the best links course in the world and who can dispute that?

Directions

1 mile from Ballybunnion town

Course

Links 18 holes 6593 metres Par 71 SSS 72

Ballybunion, Cashen (Links)

65 miles €50.00 - €65.00

Laying out Cashen was never going to be an easy task as inevitably it was going to be measured against Ballybunion Old Course. The land on which it is situated is as spectacular as the Old Course and like the Old Course it contains many great holes, particularly the par fives. If you come to Ballybunion to play the Old Course and pass up on the opportunity to play the Cashen, you will have missed a great links.

Directions

1 mile from Ballybunnion town

Course

Links 18 holes 6306 metres Par 72 SSS 72

Ceann Sibeal (Links)

65 miles from €30.00 - €60.00

Each hole on this magnificent links 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.

Directions

Turn right, 0.25m after Ballyferriter, 40m Tralee, and 10m Dingle

Course

Links 18 holes 6306 metres Par 72 SSS 72

All of these prices are subject to change without notice.