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Golf Courses in Shannon

Golf Courses in Shannon

The Shannon Region is famous for its entertainment, art, festivals and, of course, its golf courses. When Greg Norman opened his Doonbeg course here a couple years ago he insisted that this be one of the world's most beautiful locations. A number of famous architects have visited the region and left their mark. This region also has a number of lesser known gems. All worth a visit! Golf&Hotel has the best-golfing offers for you, whether you are looking for a hotel on the golf course or golf packages.

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Adare Manor Golf Club

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Adare, Shannon

The 18-hole Adare Manor Golf Club was first designed as a 9-hole course in 1900. In 1992 the current 18 hole course, designed by Eddie Hackett, was opened. Today the 18-hole parkland golf course provides an historic Irish golfing experience. The Desmond Castle (1200 AD) is a magnificent backdrop to the 1st and 15th greens, while the ruins of the Franciscan Abbey (1464 AD) dominate the centre of the course.

Adare Golf Club

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Adare Village, Shannon

The 18-hole Adare Golf Club belongs to the Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort. The very impressive course (Par 72) was designed by Robert Trent Jones Snr. Lakes and well placed sand hazards and last but not least the Adare Manor itself characterize this beautiful course. Adare Golf Club has been Voted Number 1 Parkland Course in Ireland for many years by Golf Digest Ireland Magazine.

Dromoland Castle Golf Club

Shannon, Shannon

Enjoy a round of golf between mature trees and wild lakes on a 16th century estate that lies between Shannon and Ennis.

Lahinch Golf Club

Clare, Shannon

Lahinch has had outstanding designers from its inception through to modern times; Old Tom Morris, Alister MacKenzie and Martin Hawtree.

In 1894 Old Tom Morris was commissioned to make full use of the natural terrain, especially the giant sand dunes at Lahinch. Old Tom believed that Lahinch was the finest natural links golf course that he had seen.