County Sligo Golf Club
Located in the scenic and breathtaking Rosses Point, County Sligo, the County Sligo Golf Club boasts one of the most stunning locations in Ireland. The course is perched on cliffs that tower over three expansive beaches overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, offering panoramic mountain and ocean views that are truly spectacular.
The County Sligo Golf Club features a challenging 18 hole links course (6,638m) and 9 hole links course (2,785m), bordering the Atlantic Ocean with Benbulben and Knocknarea mountains as a backdrop. From the third tee, you'll enjoy scenic views of five counties, making it a challenge for even the most skilled golfers while also being fun for all.
The County Sligo Golf Club is proud to host the West of Ireland Amateur Golf Championship at Easter, attracting some of the best amateur golfers in the country. Additionally, they have a floodlit driving range to help you improve your game.
Open to visitors seven days a week, all year round, the County Sligo Golf Club is the perfect destination for golfers seeking a unique and unforgettable golfing experience. The course has a par of 71, with a distance of 6,947 yards (6373m) from the Blue tees, 6,423 yards (5893m) from the White tees, and 6,350 yards (5715m) from the Green tees.
In summary, the County Sligo Golf Club is a stunning and challenging links course that offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, mountains, and five counties. Golfers of all skill levels will enjoy playing on this course, which is open to visitors seven days a week, all year round. Don't miss out on the opportunity to play on this unique and unforgettable golf course.