Practice your swing at Lahinch Golf Club, a world-renowned links golf course and home of the South of Ireland Championship. The attraction offers two 18-hole courses, an old course and a castle course. The high level of challenge tests even the best of experts. Consider hiring a forecaddie if you do not know the courses. While you play, you can admire views of castle ruins, the Atlantic Ocean, and cliffs nearby. You'll find amenities like a drying room and a restaurant inside the clubhouse. Put Lahinch Golf Club and other Lahinch attractions into our Lahinch attractions planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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Lahinch Golf Club Reviews
Never able to schedule a Lahinch visit on prior trips due to availability. Now will never schedule a golf trip to Ireland without at least on round at Lahinch. Amazing staff that made everything regar... more »
The first tee is squeezed in between the clubhouse and the caddy shack. An unassuming start to a championship golf course. The 4th and 5th holes are spectacular in their design and deceit. Original ho... more »
We played at Lahinch earlier this week (july 2017). The practice facilities and the staff service/welcome are really good, you can see the club has invested in the course for members and green fee gue... more »
We played Lahinch on a stormy day that included 60mph gusts and, at times, driving rain. We may be crazy, but it was our only opportunity to play Lahinch and we weren’t going to miss playing this historic course because of some silly storm. I’m so glad we persevered because we had the best time regardless of the weather. The views of the Cliffs of Moher are unbelievably awesome. Bring your iPhone for photos and lots of extra balls. And I’d suggest you use a caddie because you’ll want to hear about the history of the course and get advice on how to play each hole. Enjoy!
Terrible how a golf club can deny the local community access to the beautiful sand dunes. And moreover, use some terrible metal fencing in the process. Surely some of this is common land.
Certainly one of the best golf links courses to play in Ireland. I would suggest play the course as many times as you can to form your own personal opinion. Also, you will find the front 9 and back 9 so different and so challenging. #golfireland
One of tbe beautiful beach in Ireland 😍 Great for surfing very touristic place, great spot to visit, nice restaurants and little bistros with lovely food. Will be back for sure!😀
Outstanding Golf Course, and Club... Might be one of my all time favorites... Thank you Jerry for sharing my walk...
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Best things to do in Lahinch
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Lahinch Seaworld and Leisure Centre
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Cliffs of Moher
Visit for: 1h 30min
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park
Visit for: 3h 30min
Clare Coastal Walk Project
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Ben's Surf Clinic
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Lahinch Surf Experience
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Lahinch Surf School
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Where to stay in Lahinch
The beach and town center are within walking distance of each other, so choosing a place to stay doesn't have to be a toss-up in Lahinch. Most visitors to this coastal destination come for the famous surfing or golf course, but the town offers plenty of options for every kind of visitor and budget. The town's hostel is popular with young surfers or backpackers traveling on a shoestring budget, while cozy bed and breakfasts, vacation home rentals, and fine hotels are a good fit for those with a bit more to spend.
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