Lahinch Golf Club

Lahinch Golf Club

Lahinch Golf Club is frequently referred to as “the St. Andrew’s of Ireland” because of its close proximity and interaction with the local village. The links is situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.

  • 18 hole
  • Links
  • Par 72
  • 6,613 Yards

The combination of bracing air and wind from the sea is one of the enduring attractions for golfers who ply their skills on two magnificent championship courses – the Old Course measuring 6950 yards and the Castle Course, measuring 5556 yards. There is a great welcome in Lahinch for golfers, young and old. Many golfers come from all parts of the world to play “Lahinch” and they regularly return. There is a friendly atmosphere at the Club and a deep appreciation of the game of golf.

Both courses present a unique challenge for all categories of golfers. One’s golfing education is not complete until the challenge of playing Lahinch is taken on and thoroughly enjoyed. The Old Course at Lahinch Golf Club, redesigned first by Alister Mackenzie in 1927, is a visual stunner to rival the British Isle's most spectacular and storied golf courses.

There isn't a mundane shot on the entire golf course, and your jaw will often drop at the views. Undulating fairways, heavily guarded greens and blind shots are among Lahinch's challenges. – Brandon Tucker (Senior writer for WorldGolf.com)

Local Knowledge
  • Beautiful Cliffs of Moher are definitely worth a visit whilst in the area of Lahinch.
  • The locals say about the weather, that if the ‘Goats’ aren’t taking shelter then you should be ok to play.
  • On the par four 4th hole there is a massive mound that sits menacingly in the middle of the fairway and its known as the ‘Clondykes’
  • Beware the par three 5th hole named, The Dell. There are two large mounds that conceal the green. If you manage to score a hole in one, this could be a caddy’s ploy to get a larger tip!

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