Wild Atlantic Way Tours
Clare/Galway Atlantic Tour
Enjoy Golf At 3 Of The Finest Golf Courses In Clare And Galway
Golf Courses Include:
* Lahinch Golf Club (old course)
* Galway Bay
Length: 6885 yards
The last great piece of links land on the Irish coast – Set along 1.5 miles of crescent-shaped beach and dunes on Ireland’s southwest coast, Trump International Doonbeg Golf Club designed by two-time British Open champion Greg Norman is a thinking man‘s course, with premium on accuracy over power.
The majestic dunes, centuries old, reach almost 100 feet. Norman‘s philosophy of least disturbance has produced a course created by nature and laid out by man. 14 of Doonbeg‘s greens and 12 of its fairways were simply mowed.
The par-72 layout of features a singles loop of nine holes out and nine back. Variations in wind speed and direction ensure the course plays differently almost every day.
The Doonbeg Golf Course officially opened on July 9, 2002, with an exhibition match between Norman and Padraig Harrington.
Length: 6950 yards
Lahinch founded in 1892 is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland and the Old Course is one of the most respected links courses in the world.
It sits right on the Atlantic coastline on the South West Coast of Ireland in county Clare. Lahinch Golf Club has two courses the Castle Course and the Old Course.
The Old Course is frequently referred to as the ‘Saint Andrews of Ireland’ as it looks out on the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean. It is a classic links course with rolling dunes and fairways and typical MacKenzie greens.
There isn’t a mundane shot on the entire golf course, and your jaw will often drop at the views. Undulating fairways, heavily guarded greens and blind shots are among Lahinch’s challenges.
Length: 7190 yards
Galway Bay Golf Club is situated approximately 15 minutes from Galway City, three miles southwest of Oranmore, off the main N6 Galway to Dublin route.
Galway Bay Golf Club is laid out on the picturesque Renville Peninsula, one of the most historic sites in the west of Ireland.
The Atlantic Ocean washes the Galway Bay Golf Club on three sides, yet the course is very much of parkland terrain.
It is 69 km to Dromoland Golf Club, 86km to Lahinch Golf Club and 90 km to Glasson Golf Club.
– Promotion available through the SWING office only.
– All courses above must be booked to avail of the rate.
– Additional courses are charged at the normal rate.
– All courses subject to availability at the time of booking.
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Other courses & services (accommodation/transport) can be added to the above on request