Golfing

Co. Clare is ideal for golfers who are eager to be challenged by historic and well known links golf courses 

Links courses are the most natural of golf courses. This layout combined with the everyday conditions of The Wild Atlantic Way prove to attract golfers from all over the world.

The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s famous coastal touring route, stretching from Donegal to Cork with 2,500km of breathtaking views and stunning scenery. The combination of the vast Irish landscape and the wild Atlantic waters makes for the perfect location for golfing. Golfers are always welcome to enjoy the unique courses while appreciating the magnificent sea backdrop.

Lahinch Golf Club, Co. Clare

Lahinch Golf course spans over a natural terrain of sand dunes to make one of the finest Links Golf Courses. Professional American golfer Big Phil Mickelson is a member of the club and has praised the course as one of his favourites.

Lahinch Golf Club has welcomed many of the greatest players in the world to its course, some of whom have gone on to win big, such as Tom Watson who played here in preparation for The Open which he has won on numerous occasions.

The high praise of these west coast golf courses by renowned golfers is endless. Come and see for yourself if you can handle the natural adversities of the Wild Atlantic Way in your game – you won’t be disappointed.

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Trump International Golf Links, Co. Clare

Trump International Golf Links, designed by Greg Norman, opened in 2002 and subsequently won the title of Golf Digest Best New International Course. The most natural route though the ancient sand dunes was chosen in laying out the course which stretches over 1.5 miles of beach along Doughmore Bay.

It is a true test for any golfer – golf instruction is available to guide first timers, to help regular golfers to improve their results and to improve your overall experience.