Connemara Golf Club

In many ways, Connemara Golf Club's 27 holes offer golfers a classic links experience. A constant sea breeze sweeps across this wide and uncompromising series of rough terrain and pot bunkers. Golfers will need a strong chipping and putting game for any chance a reaching par. The course itself is laid out between the Atlantic Ocean and the Twelve Bens Mountains, and perfectly captures the majesty of the Connemarra countryside .

LocationConnemara's location on the island
Ballyconneely, 6 miles south of Clifden

Facts and Details
Type of course: Links Course
Holes: 27, Length: 6611m, Par: 72,
Architect: Eddie Hackett and Tom Craddock

Green Fees

Grading
***

Recommended accommodation
Ballynahinch Castle
Ardagh Hotel

Comments
Although this course appears to be simply created by Mother Nature, Ballyconnelly Golf Club (as it is sometimes called) was constructed entirely by the local community, based on a design by Eddie Hackett.

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