Enniscrone Golf Club
Enniscrone Golf Club is one of Ireland’s finest links golf courses located on the scenic West Coast of Ireland in Enniscrone, County Sligo. Known for having some of the largest dunes in Ireland, the club is situated on a promontory that juts into Killala Bay at the mouth of the River Moy Estuary. This provides Enniscrone with one of the most beautiful settings for the uncompromised playing characteristics of Irish links golf.
Originally designed by the great Eddie Hackett – Enniscrone Golf Club’s reputation as a top class golf venue has been embellished with the addition of six new holes threading the path through the mountainous dunes. The new holes, expertly designed by the famous course architect, Donald Steele, add an exciting dimension to the 27 hole golf championship layout.
In true links fashion, Enniscrone’s layout is ‘nine out’ and ‘nine back’ to the clubhouse. Each golf hole follows the natural contours of the land. Twelve of the Dunes eighteen holes at Enniscrone Golf Club wind through the tall shaggy dunes on the coast. A sense of isolation and tranquillity surrounds you, along with tall marram grass roughs. The last four finishing holes are exhilarating and border the Atlantic Ocean.
Enniscrone Golf Club really is a must play if you are looking for a true test of links golf in Ireland. Its towering sand dunes make it one of the most challenging yet awe-inspiring golf experiences along the North and West Coast of Ireland.
Eddie Hackett / Donald Steele
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Contact North & West Coast Links
Driving Range, Putting Green
Clubs, Caddies Cars, Golf Carts, Caddies
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The Dunes Course:
The Scurmore Course (9 holes):
€25.00 – 18 holes
Winter Specials & Group Rates Available Upon Request