Eddie Hackett designed the parkland course at Kilkeel Golf Club and it’s set at the feet of the Mourne Mountains. Measuring 6,579 yards from the tips, it's been used as a qualifying course for the British Amateur and Senior Open.
There are two 18-hole golf courses at the Killarney Golf & Fishing Club and the Killeen is considered to be the best.
Golf has been played in Loughrea for more than a century but the course in play today was originally a nine-holer that Eddie Hackett expanded to 18 holes in 1992. When further land became available in the new millennium the course was extended by another 1,000 yards.
Designed by Eddie Hackett, Malahide Golf Club combines the pleasant ambience of parkland with the whiff of salty sea air.
Nuremore Goilf Club is a well-maintained parkland course with pristine fairways, interesting bunker designs and beautiful greens.
Founded in 1908, the centurion Portarlington Golf Club is set in mature parkland where the River Barrow comes into play on hole 16, heralding the start of a notoriously tough closing stretch.
The Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club sits high above the spectacular Kenmare Bay. It's one of Ireland's most scenic courses.
St. Anne’s Golf Club shares Bull Island with The Royal Dublin Golf Club and it was around the time that Harry Colt rebuilt the Royal course that nine holes were laid out by members and a club established in 1921.
Between the Atlantic and Knocknarea Mountain lies Strandhill Golf Club. Described by Christy O'Connor Senior as "the hidden jewel of the West".
The Island Golf Club is a no-frills golf course. There is nothing manicured and it’s all very harmonious and in tune with its surroundings.