Connemara Golf Course

Connemara Golf Club

Galway

18 holes | par 74 | 6803 yards | Links

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Course Information

Connemara Golf Club is situated between the Twelve Bens Mountain range and the Atlantic Ocean, providing a stunning backdrop and picturesque views. Designed by Eddie Hackett, Connemara Golf Club is widely renowned as a gem of a links golf course, providing a test of golf that is unmatched. Its brand new Clubhouse has an excellent bar and seafood restaurant, to enjoy a quiet drink or meal and discuss the day’s golf. Constructed using local Connemara stone, the views across the Atlantic Ocean and across the course are simply breathtaking.

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location

Connemara Golf Club is situated near Galway, just off the N59.

Ballyconneely, Clifden, Co. Galway, IRELAND
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    Connemara Golf Links a Hidden Gem

    My wife and I wanted to play a links course during our trip to Ireland without breaking the bank. Stopped in at Lahinch on our drive along the coast to the Cliffs of Moher and figured it would cost us well over $500 Euros factoring in green fees, rental clubs and caddies. The weather was miserable so the decision to take a pass was an easy one. I read some favourable reviews of the Connemara course online and decided to make the scenic drive through the national park from Galway City. Best decision we made on the trip. Found a terrific deal on green fee through Golf Now on a sunny Tuesday afternoon. When we got to the course it was very quiet, so we played as a twosome at a very leisurely pace. Brand new Callaway M-2 rentals, pull carts and green fee for a grand total of $150 Euros. Course condition was immaculate, greens rolled true and some stunning views of the Atlantic, and surrounding scenery from several holes. Had a nice long chat with the genial gent in the pro shop who offered us the opportunity to play another 9 holes on the C loop, which we regretfully had to decline because of time constraints. If you're looking for a 27 hole diamond in the rough on the west coast of Ireland, strongly recommend a trip to the Connemara club. For an equally delightful place to visit and stay, check out the nearby village of Clifden.

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    Excellent
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    Good

    Magnificent Links Course

    One of the finest links courses I have ever played in Ireland. This was our first time playing the course and it was a challenge - but very rewarding.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Excellent
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    Good
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    Average
    Value for the Money:
    Excellent

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