Lahinch Golf Club

Limerick, Ireland

Overview

Golf at Lahinch dates back to 1892, however, it was Old Tom Morris in 1894 that laid out the original 18 holes and then Alister MacKenzie redesigned in 1926. More recently in 1999, it was Martin Hawtree’s modernization of the Old Course that we enjoy today. Not a bad trio of world-renowned golf course architects, and it was Old Tom that said Lahinch was “the finest natural course he had ever seen”.

Lahinch is made up of two magnificent courses, the Old Course and Castle Course. The Championship Old Course weaves through spectacular dunes with undulating fairways, greens and run-off areas providing for a great test of golf.

The variety of holes is something you will find at few courses across the world, each offering a totally unique test. The impressive layout is set on a peninsula that provides great views of the Atlantic Ocean and means the wind is a huge factor for most rounds.

The Castle Course offers a slightly less dramatic test, set on much flatter ground, this course is perfect for those who are looking for an easier challenge.

Facilities at Lahinch are top class with a 5-acre short-game area plus a new indoor performance centre for a premium game improvement experience and custom club fitting.

Golf courses at Lahinch Golf Club

Old Course

Style: Inland Links

The Old Course at Lahinch is ranked among the very best golf courses in the world. Perhaps one of the most interesting rounds of golf any golfer is likely to face. All facets of the game are tested on this spectacular piece of property, the famous 5th hole sums this up beautifully, a blind par 3 over a dune in which golfers have no idea just how close their ball has finished. The Old Tom Morris design oozes history and is a round of golf that will stay with any golfer for the rest of their life.

Castle Course

The Castle Course at Lahinch Golf Club features an array of interesting holes, measuring 5,653 yards, this much shorter course provides a very enjoyable test of golf. Featuring a number of well-placed bunkers and numerous water hazards, the Castle Course is by no means a simple task. The layout offers the perfect complement to the Old Course during your golf break at Lahinch.

Accommodation near Lahinch Golf Club

The Inn at Dromoland

The Inn at Dromoland is located amid 450 acres of wooded countryside in the beautiful surroundings of the Dromoland Castle Estate. The hotel boasts a health club, swimming pool and various fantastic dining options.

Old Ground Hotel

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