Lahinch Golf Club

The Lahinch Old Course is frequently referred to as the “Saint Andrews of Ireland” as it looks out on the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean and is subject to all its mood swings.

Established in 1892, the Lahinch Old Course is frequently referred to as the “Saint Andrews of Ireland” as it looks out on the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean and is subject to all its mood swings. It has an abundance of exceptional golf holes, where the natural terrain is utilised to optimum advantage.

The course offers up a unique challenge with towering sand dunes that call for frequent blind shots and the unpredictable Atlantic breeze, which keeps even the most experienced of golfers on their toes. It will really challenge your game as the terrain, weather and bunkers can force some shots you may not have even thought were possible.

Lahinch Golf Course hosts the south of Ireland Amateur Golf Championship annually and should be on every golfer’s itinerary.

Course: Links

Length: 6,950 yards

Par: 72

Lahinch Golf Club, Lahinch, Co. Clare, Ireland