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Oughterard Golf Club
OughterardCo. Galway
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The course is best described as a parklands course, with traditional limestone walls a main feature throughout. It comprises 18 championship holes that are lined with mature native Irish trees, including oak, hazel and birch. It is an excellent test of golf, with numerous water features, sand bunkers etc that are strategically placed to protect the par of the course.

This charming and challenging course is set in tranquil parkland in Oughterard, County Galway, just 24km (15 miles) from Galway city, the gateway to Connemara. Originally designed by British architect Commander Harris, it was redesigned in 1997 by Paddy Merrigan. The course is a 5,477m parklands course with traditional limestone walls a main feature throughout. It comprises 18 championship holes that are lined with mature native Irish trees, including oak, hazel and birch. It is an excellent test of golf, with numerous water features and sand bunkers, which are strategically placed to protect the par of the course.The course is situated between Lough Corrib to the east and the Connemara Mountains to the north and north west, providing a truely spectacular setting. The clubhouse, converted from majestic farmhouse buildings, offers visiting golfers every modern facility, including a well-stocked pro shop, a first-class restaurant and a homely and welcoming bar.

Golf course details
Type of course
Parkland
N. of holes
18
Par
70
Distance
5,964yd
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