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Coolreagh, Bodyke, Clare
Phone: (+353) 61 921322Fax: (+353) 61 921717
The course is set in 150 acres of unspoilt, rolling, quiet countryside in the West of Ireland with majestic views of East Clare. Our course is very popular with visitors from both overseas and within Ireland. East Clare Golf Club operates a pay as you play policy for visitors ensuring visitors can be accommodated at all times. The championship golf course was opened in 1997 and is located just 5 minutes from beautiful Lough Derg and about 35 minutes from Shannon Airport. This par 71 course includes several strategically placed and potentially hazardous lakes, streams, bunkers and trees. Located near the Lakeside Hotel, one of the finest hotels in Clare, this course is perfect for golf hotel breaks in Clare.
Phone: (+353) 61 396204 
Fax: (+353) 61 396124 
Set on the grounds of the magnificent Adare Manor in lovely Adare. The designer of the course, Robert Trent Jones Snr., claims the eighteenth will be viewed as the best par five in the world.

Phone: (+353) 61 368444
Fax: (+353) 61 368498
Established 1961, 18 hole parkland course provides a new dimension to your game. Set against the backdrop of 16th century Dromoland Castle and located within 360 acres of the castle estate.  Test your skills on this fabulous course.
Beechwood, Nenagh, North Tipperary
Phone: (+353) 67 31476
Fax: (+353) 67 34808
18 hole parkland course set on free draining soil, thus allowing play all year round. Recently re-developed including 13 new holes, providing a great test for golfers of all skill levels. Full bar and catering. Practice Area.
Visitors welcome Monday – Friday
Castletroy, Limerick
Phone: (+353) 61 335753
Fax: (+353) 61 335373
This is a mature parkland course, although the club house is a recent construction. The seasoned golfer will find the bunkers protecting the green on the eighteenth a challenge and the up-hill twelfth; a par four, which doglegs right onto a plateau-fairway ending with a sloping green, a test of putting skill. Those who view golf as ‘a good walk spoiled’ will find most pleasure at the thirteenth’s tee, which has perhaps the best view of the course.
Derryvale, Roscrea, Tipperary
Phone: (+353) 505 21130
Established 1892

This course is set on 130 acres of parkland with mature trees and excellent views of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. A challenge well worth a visit.
A special feature of the course is the variety of the par 3 holes, most noteworthy of which is the 180-yard 6th, which is played almost entirely over a lake. The most famous hole on the course is the new 7th, referred to locally as 'The Burma Road' - par 5 of over 500 yards with magnificent trees on both sides and out of bounds all along the left hand side.

Ballyclough, Limerick
Phone: (+353) 61 414083/ 415146
This is the oldest course in Limerick, having been founded by the Scottish Black Watch Regiment who introduced the local gentry to the game in 1891. The very mature course features tree-lined fairways leading to excellent greens. The third and tenth par fours are a particular challenge.
The course measures 6500 yards and has par of 72.

County Clare 
call in Ireland: 065-9055602, or 065-9055603
call from US: 011-353-65-905-5602, or 011-353-65-905-5603

Doonbeg Golf Club plays along 1.5 miles of beach and dunes. The ocean is visible from the green, fairway, or tee of 16 of the 18 holes. The par 72 layout features a single loop of nine holes out and nine back. It plays 6,885 yards from the back tees. Driving Range, Clubhouse with locker rooms, pub and Golf Shop are available on site making it the ideal location for an activity break in one of the top Clare hotels. 
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