Courses Available:  Donegal Golf Club

                                   Par: 71     Yards: 6,171         

History:

Found close to the quiet and quaint village of Laghey in the province of Ulster the course is set on its own peninsula which overlooks the beautiful Donegal Bay. The views here are further enhanced by the amazing backdrop that the nearby Bluestack Mountains provide. Combine this with an outstanding golf course and players here really are in for a treat. Originally laid out in 1973 the well-known architect Eddie Hackett was the first to make his mark on the course and made the most of the natural setting. Some years later the equally famous Pat Ruddy was called in to extend the course and make a few tweaks however this spectacular links has had very little work since then which pays testament to its quality in design nature and setting. Its 18 holes stretch over a distance of 6,171 yards from the white tees and have a par of 73. Expect the features here to be some of the best you will see from a links course. The traditional rugged terrain has been utilised magnificently to create a tough links course that will challenge even some of the most accomplished of players.

  • Golf course condition: ★★★★
  • Greens condition: ★★★★
  • Fairways condition: ★★★★
  • Bunkers: ★★★★☆
  • Facilities: ★★★☆☆
  • Difficulty: ★★★★