The natural water hazard is the Atlantic Ocean, such is the dramatic backdrop to this Par 72 PGA Championship 18 hole golf course that is Galway Bay Golf Resort. When designing the course, former Ryder Cup and World Cup golfer Christy O Connor jnr. superbly blended the stunning backdrop of Galway Bay and the rugged curves of the Atlantic coastline with mature trees, water hazards, concealed bunkers and highly acclaimed putting surfaces. With variable wind speed and directions this Championship course plays differently each day posing a considerable challenge to even the lowest handicap golfers, yet it is a true and fair test of golf. As you decide on club selection the panorama of Galway Bay and its beauty unveiled before you, with the hills of Clare to the south, while to the West sits the majestic city of Galway –city of the tribes- surrounding the rugged and unpredictable Atlantic Ocean. Set on 300 acres the course played host to the European PGA West of Ireland Open in 1999. Set your challenges higher with a round of golf at the prestigious Galway Bay Golf Resort.
The natural water hazard is the Atlantic Ocean, such is the dramatic backdrop to this Par 72 PGA Championship 18 hole golf course that is Galway Bay Golf Resort.
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