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PGA National Ireland West Coast Links Tour
Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan
Free car parking
Family friendly
Golfers with a passion for the most traditional form of the game can avail of golf packages from PGA National Ireland Slieve Russell. The County Cavan venue has teamed up with Donegal Golf Club, Rosses Point and Strandhill.

Based at PGA National Ireland in Ireland's Hidden Heartlands, these breaks are available to golf groups of eight or more people and offer access to four 18 hole championship courses, three links and one parkland. All four venues are regularly ranked inside Ireland’s top 50 courses.

The three links courses are approximately an hour away and have staged numerous high profile events. They are situated on Ireland’s scenic Wild Atlantic Way.

Packages begin with two nights bed and breakfast and three rounds of golf, with four, five, and seven night stay and play breaks available. All tour packages include four star bed and breakfast hotel accommodation at PGA National Ireland Slieve Russell.

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Cranaghan, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan, H14 FE03, Ireland
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