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Lahinch Golf Club Old Course
Lahinch, Co. Clare
Free car parking
Cloudy days
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Lahinch Golf Club, Lahinch, County Clare, was established in 1892. Lahinch Golf Club Old Course is frequently referred to as the ‘Saint Andrews of Ireland’ due to the symbiotic relationship between the course and the local town. It is a world top 50 course that runs adjacent to the ever changing Atlantic Ocean and is subject to all its mood swings.

Lahinch Golf Club Old Course has an abundance of exceptional golf holes that were refined by renowned golf architects Old Tom Morris and, later, Dr Alister MacKenzie, where the natural terrain is utilised to optimum advantage. The use of natural slopes and raised greens create a superb and rugged test of links golf.

The clubhouse at Lahinch Golf Club offers members and guests a magnificent facility to relax and unwind before or after their thrilling round of golf. Members and guests can also avail of the locker room facilities with day lockers available to all. Enjoy a taste of County Clare in the restaurant with a choice of dishes made with fresh local produce or sit and relax with a drink or some light refreshments in the bar area.

Golf course details
Type of course
N. of holes
6,950yd (6,613m)
Contact details
Dough, Lahinch, Co. Clare, Ireland
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