Sligo boasts magniﬁcent links courses along the Atlantic seaboard and provides some of the most challenging and exhilarating golf in the world.
Play our parklands over fairways adorned with ancient mature trees, natural water features and all enjoy unspoiled views of the county. Most of the courses provide caddy and catering facilities.
Ballymote, Co Sligo
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Ballymote is a gem of a course hidden between the Curlew Mountains and Ballymote Town. The Lake hole 7th is the signature hole set into Ballinascarrow Lake and will match the 17th at Druids Glenn as a beautiful spectical. The rest of the course plays over 2640 metres long and has picturesque undulating holes carved from the green countryside of Ballymote itself. Changing rooms. Trolley hire and club hire are available.
Majestically set on 200 acres of rolling hills with old stone walls and ancient castle ruins. Castle Dargan is the centre piece to this luxury resort. Darren Clarke’s signature hole, the short but challenging 15th hole measuring 260 yards where accuracy can result in a birdie or where the lake awaits a wayward teeshot. Off the course and for those interested in practice the unique golﬁng academy is made up of 4 par 3 holes all recreated from famous short holes from around the world.
Rosses Point, Co Sligo
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Scenic and challenging 18 hole links courses. 6136 metres and 9 hole links courses 2785 metres. Bordering the Atlantic Ocean with Benbulben and Knocknareaback drop with scenic views of ﬁve counties from third tee. A challenge to the best of golfers and fun for all! Home for the West of Ireland Amateur Golf Championship at Easter. Open to visitors 7 days a week all year round.
Situated beside the picturesque seaside town of Enniscrone, the golf course affords panoramic views of Killala Bay, Bartra Island and sandy beaches with Nephin and the Ox Mountains forming the backdrop. Founded in 1918, redesigned by Eddie Hackett in 1974 and by Donald Steel in 2001, this championship course is one of Ireland’s ﬁnest links courses. Apart from the championship links known as The Dunes, there is also the splendid 9 hole Scurmore.
Strandhill Golf Club was founded in 1931 and had a nine hole course open for play in 1940. Play on the present 18 holes commenced in 1973. The club house has been updated on a number of occasions to its present standard and is now regarded as one of the best in the west. With Knocknarea in the background it has stunning views of the course, the rolling Atlantic and the setting sun.
Nestling at the foot of the Ox Mountains, this picturesque 9 hole golf course at Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo is centrally located, 15 minutes from Knock Airport, 30 minutes from Sligo Town. The 6200 yards course has full Clubhouse facilities.