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Golf Course Reviews - West of Ireland

Golf Course Reviews West of Ireland

Golf Course Reviews in the West of Ireland.

Below you will find our golf course reviews from venues in the West of Ireland including County Galway, Mayo & Sligo.

The excellent Diamond Coast Hotel is located within walking distance of Enniscrone Golf Club and makes an excellent base for golf in this part of Ireland. It is less than a 60 minute drive to both Sligo & Strandhill and just over an hour to Carne. There is bar food available as well as a bistro and restaurant menu. The hotel do a fantastic value "Wild Atlantic Way" package which includes 3 nights B&B, a 3-course meal on one night and a round each at Sligo, Carne and Enniscrone.

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Enniscrone (Dunes)

Enniscrone Golf Club

"Enniscrone manages to tread the tricky line between quirk and championship golf perfectly. The blend it creates produces a catalogue of unique, enthralling and funky holes."

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County Sligo (Championship)

County Sligo Golf Club

"County Sligo Golf Club at Rosses Point held the Irish Amateur Open the week prior to my visit and it is understandable why a prestigious venue such as this is deemed worthy of holding a tournament of this ilk."

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Carne (Hackett & Kilmore)

Carne Golf Club

"Carne is a free spirit of the golfing world which has 27 holes of adventurous big dune golf. It is vast and mind-blowing with each hole providing the golfer with a puzzle that must be solved. It’s immense fun trying to do so."

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Highly Recommended

Strandhill

Strandhill Golf Club

"Strandhill Golf Club is a links course that often lives in the shadow of its GB&I Top 100 near neighbour, County Sligo, and that is doing it a real disservice because this befuddling good golf course delivers with a bang and offers great value at the same time."

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Recommended

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