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The Mid West Region


Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort Adare Golf Club www.adaremanor.com Doonbeg Golf Club www.doonbeggolfclub.com


Adare, Co. Limerick


t 353 (0)61 605200 e golf@adaremanor.com Location Adare


Course Parkland Length 7,453 Par 72


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Description Adare Manor features the last major golf course designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones Snr - his majestic design that has gained international acclaim as one of his finest creations. An 18-hole Championship Course, it was opened in 1995. The exquisite parkland of the Manor demesne has been preserved with the challenging course set amid magnificent mature trees and incorporating a fourteen acre lake and the River Maigue. Green Fees: From €75.00


Dromoland Golf Club www.dromoland.ie


Doonbeg, Co. Clare


t 353 (0)65 9055603 e reservations@doonbeggolfclub.com


Location Less than an hours drive from Shannon Airport.


Course Links Length 6,950 yards Par 72


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Description Located on the stunning Clare coastline, The Lodge at Doonbeg Club combines stellar accomodation, an acclaimed and award winning Links course, fine dining, a world class spa and unparalleled service levels. This unique combination, unrivalled in Ireland, makes Doonbeg Ireland’s premier luxury destination. Voted Europes’ Best Golf Resort 2010 by International Golf Tour operators. Green Fees: From €70 - €170


East Clare Golf Club www.eastclare.com


Newmarket on Fergus, Co. Clare


t 353 (0)61 368444 f 353 (0)61 368498 e golf@dromoland.ie


Location 8 miles from Shannon Airport; 19 miles from Limerick city.


Course Parkland Length 6,824 yards Par 72


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Description In 2003 the course was redesigned by renowned architects Ron Kirby and J.B.Carr. The 18 holes sweep through 410 acres of shady woodland, open rolling pasture, feral lakes, streams and the significant and stunningly beautiful 16th Century castle. Boasts magnificent views from the signature 7th Hole. Please contact club or see website for special offers Green Fees: From €70


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94| 95 18 No of Holes Club Shop Practice Facilities Club Hire Tuition Food & Drink Buggy Hire


Bodyke, Co. Clare


t 353 (0)61 921322 f 353 (0)61 921717 e eastclaregolfclub@eircom.net


Location Approx 35 mins drive from Shannon Airport and under an hour from Galway.


Course Parkland Length 6,031 metres Par 71


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Description Set in 150 acres of unspoilt, rolling countryside with majestic views of East Clare, the course operates a “pay as you play” policy for visitors. The parkland championship course, designed by noted golf architect Dr. Arthur Spring, was opened in 1997 and includes several strategically placed lakes,


streams, bunkers and trees. Green Fees: From €30 - €35


for special offers go to www.discoverireland.com/golf


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