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Ring of Kerry Golf Club
Kenmare, Co. Kerry
The Ring of Kerry Golf Club in Greenane, County Kerry was designed by architects Eddie Hackett and Ron Kirby. It is famed for its spectacular scenery overlooking Kenmare Bay, VIP playing guest list and the wonderful hospitality of the people of Kerry.

The Ring of Kerry Golf Club in Greenane, County Kerry provides the perfect venue for any discerning golfer visiting Ireland's magnificent South West region, along the Wild Atlantic Way.

The golf course nestles between the MacGillycuddy Reeks and the Caha Mountains. Measuring 6,663 yards from the back tees, the course clings to the natural contours of over 150 acres of rolling Kerry hillside. The lower tees towards the coast offers the player a parkland golf environment. The par is seventy-three, offering a true test from the back tees for the lower handicap player. A driving range is also available.

Enjoy magical coastal views of the Atlantic Ocean as you sit, relax and unwind in 'Greens Restaurant and Bar'. Greens marries traditional Irish hospitality with sophisticated interior design and fresh, locally sourced seafood served from ocean to fork by the Head Chef. Dine al fresco on the outdoor terrace with the perfect pint of Guinness.

Golf course details
Type of course
Parkland
N. of holes
18
Par
72
Distance
6,820yd
Why we like it
  • Enjoy spectacular coastal scenery of Kenmare Bay as you play a round of golf.
  • Sit and relax pre or post game in Greene's restaurant and bar.
Free car parking
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Contact details
Greenane, Templenoe, Co. Kerry, V93 AK85, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 2 to 4 hours here.

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