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Really enjoyed evening out with collegues although there was 18 of us and it was very busy could not fault the service the friendly staff and they excellent food would highly recommend the bar and restaurant for lovely evening out with views to die for.
We travelled for over an hour from North Kerry to play this wonderful course.I had played it previously some years ago.
What a disappointment to be told on arrival that there was no possibility of having breakfast as the kitchen was closed at 11 am...More
If you find yourself out Ballyferriter direction you should check out the food At the golf club. Varied menu to suit all tastes. Very reasonable. The view is also great, almost 360 view out to the sleeping giant. You don’t have to be a member...More
Stopped by to check out the Links, it was rainy and windy and the gent in the proshop advised that I should call the next day as the weather was not suppose to be to 'grand'.
So we had lunch upstairs and watched over the...More
This course is well worth the visit for some super golf and when the wind blows you had better have your 'A' game with you. The greens are excellent and some thought is required to get around intact. They have recently taken away some rough...More
A very natural looking links designed by Hackett & a great test of golf. Despite recent rain the course was lovely & dry. Some very difficult holes which will test even the best players, This time it was a club outing & all 20 odd...More
The most westerly course in Ireland. A true links. Greens are fast, tricky and true. Beware of the burn and rough.
Great scenery. Restaurant offers very good food and drink. Worth a stop, even if not golfing.