Designed in 1927 by Tom Craddock, this 18-hole parkland course is a spectacular par 73 layout. It measures 6,143 metres and lies in an idyllic setting with mature oak, ash and elm trees a feature on many holes. It is situated in the heart of Ireland's west, midway between Galway and Sligo near the town of Claremorris.
The signature par four hole, the sixth, requires a long accurate drive to a well bunkered fairway, leaving a mid iron to an elevated green. It is fully deserving of its stroke index one and a par here is well earned. Golfers of all abilities will enjoy this true test of golf and afterwards relax in a modern and newly refurbished clubhouse with full bar and catering facilities.