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Golf courses in Galway City and County.

Ireland's West is littered with championship courses and challenging links in some of Ireland's most beautiful landscapes as well as a range of nine hole courses where locals play all year round.

Galway and Mayo have long, dramatic coastlines, perfect for crafting the mighty championship links courses that Ireland is famous for.  Inland, the parkland courses are lush, green and always challenging.  Now imagine being able to book tee times without planning months ahead.

Although the main golf season runs from April to October, you can golf throughout the year so there’s no excuse not to fit in a game. Wherever you go you’ll find a warm welcome, a down-to-earth attitude and an inevitable lure of a post game round up at the 19th hole. That's just the way golf is in Ireland's West.
Ballinasloe is one of Connaught's oldest and most treasured golf clubs. A mature and testing parkland course playable all year round, Ballinasloe offers a challenging variety of superb golf. It is noted for some beautifully designed dogleg holes and its warm and friendly clubhouse atmosphere. The Club facilities include a full practice area, practice green and practice chipping green.
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Ballinrobe Golf Club is one of the finest Parkland Courses in Ireland. The course is set in medieval surroundings which includes Tower Houses, Limekiln Plants and Stone Monuments as part of the natural surroundings. Mature Trees, manmade lakes and stone walls make golfing in Ballinrobe Golf Club a truely unique experience.
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Set amidst the celebrated beauty of West of Ireland landscape on the fringe of Connemara, and enjoying commanding views of Galway Bay, the Burren, the Aran Islands and tugged hinterlands, Bearna Golf course is already being hailed as one of Ireland’s finest.
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Connemara Golf Club is one of the few authentic links courses in the world. Full restaurant and bar facilities available in the most comfortable surrounding. Our professionally trained staff are warm, friendly and extend a hospitality which is the essence of Connemara.
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Connemara Isles Golf Club is located in the heart of the Conamara Gaeltacht. This distinctive island course offers a unique golfing on the edge of the Atlantic ocean while enjoying the breathtaking views of Cill Chiaráin Bay, Cnoc Leitir Móir and Cnoc Mordáin. This 9 hole golf course is a golfers gem. Playing the first 9 holes is a challenge, however playing the back 9 tees is a memory.
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Cregmore Park Golf Club is a stunning 7,078 yard, par 72 championship course located on the eastern outskirts of Galway City. Cregmore Park Golf Club opened in 2007 and has already forged a reputation as one of the premier golfing tests in the West of Ireland. Visitors and societies are assured of a warm welcome.
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Curra West Golf Course is an 18-hole parkland course located in the heart of South East Galway, on the main R351 Road between Loughrea and Woodford. Most holes are surrounded by bunkers and mounds, there are water features on two holes with attractive tree lined fairways. <br><br> The mix of elevated greens and tree lined fairways ensures each element of your game will be tested. Standing on the 17th tee at Curra West one can really take in the outstanding South East scenery as five different counties can be seen from this point. Curra West also boasts some great facilities with its Clubhouse, Bar and 'Roof Top' Restaurant all adjacent to the first tee. Overall it is an imaginatively-designed course that provides a challenging test for both the expert golfer and beginner alike.
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Dunmore Demense Golf Club is a 9 Hole parkland course in old estate setting. Dunmore is a scenic course, with mature trees and scenic landscape being its main feature. The first tee is is only 500 yards from the town square. Green fees start at €15.
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Galway Bay Golf Resort is unique to the West of Ireland. The natural water hazard is the Atlantic Ocean which provides a dramatic backdrop to this Par 72 PGA Championship 18 hole golf course. When designing the course, former Ryder Cup and World Cup golfer Christy O'Connor Jnr superbly blended the stunning backdrop of Galway Bay and the rugged curves of the Atlantic coastline with mature trees, water hazards, concealed bunkers and highly acclaimed putting surfaces. With variable wind speed and directions this Championship Galway golf course plays differently each day posing a considerable challenge to even the lowest handicap golfers, yet it is a true and fair test of golf. <br><br>The facilities include a purpose built Golf Academy, and putting green, a fully equipped pro shop with clubs, trolleys, and motorised buggies available for hire. The Par 72 PGA Championship course measures 6537 metres is open daily for visitors. On-course refreshments are available during the summer season after the 9th hole.
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Excellent parkland course that is centrally located in Salthill, just three miles from Galway City Centre. It has a magnificent new clubhouse which boasts panoramic views of Galway Bay and the Burren from its elevated site. The Club has a proud and distinguished history dating back to its inception in 1895.
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