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South West


Ireland Links And Parkland Courses


THE SOUTH WEST OF IRELAND is one of the world’s favourite golf and tourist destinations and is visited by thousands of people from all parts of the globe to explore its natural beauty and to engage in the many cultural and outdoor activities on offer, with golf being a major attraction.


Some of the finest links and parkland courses are spread across this region and its counties of Clare, Limerick, Kerry and Cork. Being a tourist destination the region has a multitude of top class accommodations, restaurants, pubs and nightime activities that suit all budgets. The South West is serviced by 3 international airports at Shannon, Cork and Kerry and the ferry service at Cork. Let us make your dream visit come true


in a place ‘where golf is not just a game but a way of life’. ADARE · BALLYBUNION · CORK · DINGLE · DOOKS ·


DOONBEG · DROMOLAND · KILLARNEY · LAHINCH · RING OF KERRY · WATERVILLE · TRALEE


SWING (South West Ireland Golf Ltd), 24 Denny Street, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland.


Tel: +353 (0)66 71 25733 Fax: +353 (0)66 71 23651 E-mail: reservations@swinggolfireland.com


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Comprehensive Tee-Time & Ground Handling Service for all of Ireland.


Full Colour Brochure Belfast Galway Dublin


Limerick Cork


Lahinch Dromoland Doonbeg


Ballybunion FERRY


Tralee Dingle Dooks Waterville


SHANNON AIRPORT


Adare KERRY AIRPORT Killarney Ring of Kerry


CORK AIRPORT Old Head


Cork


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