Carne Golf Links

Ballina, Ireland

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Carne Golf Club overview

The late Eddie Hackett created the monumental links course at Carne with as little disturbance as possible to the natural landscape in which it lies. Regarded as his greatest achievement alongside Waterville, a golf writer once described it as ‘God’s own course.’ Carne is located in North Mayo on the West Coast of Ireland overlooking Blacksod Bay and the wild Atlantic Ocean near the town of Belmullet.

Golf Course at Carne Golf Links

Carne Golf Links is surrounded by white sandy Atlantic beaches that stretch for miles, its bountiful wildlife and warm welcome by all the staff. Carne Golf Links was the last links course to be designed by the late Eddie Hackett and it is said by many to be his greatest ever design. The natural landscape of the layout can be found in few other locations across the globe. The spectacular dunes and rolling fairways create a round of golf that will live long in the memory of every golfer.

Accommodation near Carne Golf Links

Mount Falcon Estate

Mount Falcon Hotel is set in an idyllic location, which offers beautiful scenery in over 100 acres of woodland. This luxurious 4-star hotel provides the perfect country retreat to complement your golf.

Diamond Coast Hotel

The Diamond Coast Hotel is situated in the beautiful seaside village of Enniscrone. Alongside its picturesque surroundings, this luxurious 4-star hotel offers spacious and contemporary rooms, and an excellent selection of dining options.

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