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Oughterard Golf Club
Booking Telephone: 00 353 91 557354
Email: oughterardgc@eircom.net       Web: www.oughterardgolf.com
Address: Co. Galway, 

Oughterard makes for a really pleasant day of golf. Situated in one Connemara's most delightful villages, it has a nice variety of holes to suit the better player and novice alike.

The club is situated adjacent to the 15th century Aughnanure Castle, 15 miles west of Galway city en route to Connemara. It is a delightful eighteen-hole course, excellently maintained for the discerning golfer. Mature trees demand thought and accuracy from the tee, and elevated greens require precision and patience. The relatively short front nine injects a false sense of security which is quickly deflated on some very testing holes over the inward nine, leaving the player with memories of a fair but demanding course.

Generous lush fairways bordered by mature trees and woodlands are a feature of this delightful and excellently maintained course. Stone walls reflect a bygone era when the lands once belonged to the ferocious O'Flaherty clan of nearby Aughnanure Castle. The clubhouse, converted from majestic farmhouse buildings, offers visiting golfers every modern facility, including a well-stocked pro shop, a first class restaurant and a homely and welcoming bar.

Facilities
Bar, Catering Facilities, Changing Rooms, Pro Shop

Directions
20 km north west of Galway on the N59.

Advance Bookings
All bookings must be made in advance.





 

Oughterard Golf Club

Oughterard Golf Club Course Details
Holes: 18 Style: Parkland
Par: 70 Length: 6523 yards
Weekday Golf Times Available: Anytime
Round: ££  Day Ticket: N/A
Weekend Golf Times Available: Saturdays only
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