Golf


 

Athlone Golf Club

Athlone Golf Club was founded in 1892 making it one of the longest established clubs in the country. It is situated on the shores of Lough Ree in the centre of the country having magnificent views of the lake. With so many good holes on the course it is difficult to choose the best.

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Ballaghaderreen Golf Course

The Course is a 9 hole parkland course, on which accuracy is essential. No, not because of bunkers, but because of strategically placed trees. Trees play a major part on every hole, or for the better players trees play no part at all! 

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Boyle Golf Course

Boyle Golf Course is a neat nine-hole course, which is maintained in peak condition all the year around. The Club is known for its hospitality.

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Carrick on Shannon Golf Course

Situated on some of the beautiful parkland which originally belonged to the nearby famous Woodbrook House, this 18 hole course has been newly developed to a full championship length. 

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Castlerea Golf Club

Castlerea Golf Course is acknowledged as a fine example of a parkland 9 hole golf course. It comprises some 5682 yards and is built around a tributary of the river suck.  

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Roscommon Golf Course

Rising and falling over rolling pastures adjoining the old Mote Park estate, the 18-hole championship course at Roscommon Golf Course is of outstanding merit.

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Strokestown Golf Club

It’s one of the most scenic parkland clubs in the West of Ireland, with front and side views from the clubhouse looking down on a sloping feast of fairways with the beautiful Sliabh Bawn in the distant background. 

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Supported By

This project received grant aid from Roscommon LEADER Partnership Rural Development Programme which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development:Europe investing in Rural Areas.