Bundoran Golf Club, one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland is situated overlooking Donegal Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way. Our golfer friendly Course with panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean on one side and with a backdrop of the magnificent Dartry Mountains, presents a challenge to all golfers.

Bundoran,  a challenging Par 70, is a clifftop links on a headland jutting out into the bay. As you wind your way around the Course you may see surfers, seals and many visitors enjoying the famous Roguey Walk.

If the wind rises, this will make for some interesting shots. We are confident you will enjoy our Course and will leave Bundoran delighted that you took on the challenge of this Harry Vardon designed Golf Course whose philosophy was “ to give pleasure to golfers of all degrees of ability”. We believe this links Course with firm fast greens will do just that .

With twenty five 18 hole and fourteen 9 hole Courses from which to choose,  at Bundoran you are never more than a short drive from a Championship Course.

The magnificent and spectacular Wild Atlantic Way coastline provides the perfect landscape and backdrop for these golf courses which has attracted wonderful course designers such as Old Tom Morris, Braid, Vardon, Colt and Allison who left their early footprints.

They were followed in due course by Hackett, Merrigan, Steele, Craddock, Ruddy and Darren Clarke.

Donegal Bay provides the ideal jumping off point to explore and take on the challenge of these Courses.

County Donegal has the largest number of links Courses in Ireland and no matter where you go in the county you will not be far away from the best Ireland has to offer!

Discover more about the Golf clubs in the region below

Bundoran Golf Club

Bundoran Golf Club

Bundoran Golf Club, founded in 1894, is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland. With our clifftop links across a rugged headland, with panoramic views of the Atlantic and a backdrop of the magnificent Dartry Mountains, presents a challenge to all golfers

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Contact: David Robison, ( P.G.A, Golf Professional available for lessons and advice)

Address: Sea Rd, Drumacrin, Bundoran, Co. Donegal, F94 V599
Tel:+353 71 98 41302

Donegal Golf Club

Donegal Golf Club

Donegal Golf Club, located on the Murvagh peninsula in South Donegal, welcomes you to a unique golfing experience.

Donegal Golf Club, at Murvagh, is a beautiful links course, set in the Duneland behind Murvagh Beach. It is reputed to be one of the longest courses in Europe!

Address: Murvagh, Nr. Laghey, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Tel: +353 074 97 34054.

County Sligo Golf Club

County Sligo Golf Club

This world famous golf course in Rosses Point offers an excellent challenge. The traditional links layout, designed by Harry Colt, utilizes the natural contours of the dune-covered landscape rather than moving large amounts of earth during its design. The end result is a course filled with dramatic undulations, elevated tees, and raised plateau greens.

County Sligo Golf Club extends a special welcome to visitors all year round. Tee times are available each day and may be booked on an individual or group basis. Special rates are available for societies and corporate outings

Address: Rosses Point, Co Sligo, Ireland
Tel: +353 071 91 77134

Strandhill Golf Course

Strandhill Golf Club

Strandhill Golf Club is located in the village of Strandhill Co. Sligo, on the doorstep of a spectacular section of The Wild Atlantic Way.

Strandhill Golf Club is a beautiful 18 hole links golf course situated on Ireland’s Atlantic coast in Strandhill, Sligo. The course boasts stunning views of the surrounding countryside and ocean with Knocknarea mountain providing the back drop.

This par 70 course is the jewel in the crown of Sligo golf and we promise that you will never forget your visit to Strandhill Golf Club.

“The epitome of golf along the Wild Atlantic Way”

Address: Strandhill, Co Sligo, Ireland
Tel: +353 071 91 68188

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