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Cahir Road Roundabout, Clonmel,
Co. Tipperary, E91 X0N7, Ireland

+353 52 6188700 info@clonmelparkhotel.com

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Golfing in Tipperary

Clonmel Golf Club

Clonmel Golf Club, founded in 1911, is one of the oldest golf clubs in Munster. A rolling parkland layout designed by Eddie Hackett, it is a mature 18- hole par 71 course measuring 6,366 yards.

Set in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains with magnificent views across the valley of the River Suir, the scenery & surrounding landscape will take your breath away!

The course offers many natural features including the wooded nature of its surroundings, the views, the flora & and the fauna. Unique features of the course include its undulating fairways, meandering streams, mature trees & testing greens.

www.clonmelgolfclub.com

Tel: 052 6124050

Slievenamon Golf Club

Situated in the scenic & picturesque surroundings of the Slievenamon mountain range, located approx. 5 miles from Clonmel on the main Clonmel to Fethard road, Slievenamon Golf Club is easily accessible & provides ample car parking & full clubhouse facilities.

The course is a 18 hole course par 67 course is located on 90 acres of countryside, a one acre Ring Fort has remained untouched & there is a preservation order on the 4th hole as it is a natural habitat for various wildlife, the course is a relatively flat course & is considered not too difficult for the beginner but at the same time challenging for the experienced player.

www.slievenamongolfclub.com

Tel: 052 6132213

Cahir Park Golf Club

Delightful 18 hole course embracing what was once the heir of Lord Cahir's Estate, divided in two by the beautiful River Suir.

This parkland course with its breath-taking display of mature trees, streams & lakes will leave a lasting impression on all who play it.

www.cahirparkgolfclub.com

Tel: 052 7441474

Carrick on Suir Golf Club

This scenic parkland golf course is bordered by the Comeragh Mountains on one side & the breath-taking views of the Suir Valley on the other.

The Course is a 18 hole course with a par 72 with its interesting layout & well designed holes provide challenging golf for the high or low handicap golfer.

www.carrickgolfclub.com

Tel: 051 640047

Dundrum House Golf Club

The Dundrum Golf Course Tipperary is a must visit when planning your 2017 golf outings. This impressive 18 Hole Championship Parkland Golf Course has been woven into the fabric of a mature Georgian estate, designed by 1995 Ryder Cup hero Philip Walton. Using the natural features of woodland and parkland, adorned by the Multeen River, Philip has created an exhilarating, par 72 course over 7200 yards that provides a real test of golf. To challenge even the best of golfers there are 8 water hazards to combat.

Click here for 2017 rates

www.dundrumhousegolfclub.com

For further information contact the golf club direct Tel:+353(0)62 71717 or Email: golfshop@dundrumhouse.ie 

Golfing in Tipperary

Clonmel Golf Club

Clonmel Golf Club, founded in 1911, is one of the oldest golf clubs in Munster. A rolling parkland layout designed by Eddie Hackett, it is a mature 18- hole par 71 course measuring 6,366 yards.

Set in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains with magnificent views across the valley of the River Suir, the scenery & surrounding landscape will take your breath away!

The course offers many natural features including the wooded nature of its surroundings, the views, the flora & and the fauna. Unique features of the course include its undulating fairways, meandering streams, mature trees & testing greens.

www.clonmelgolfclub.com

Tel: 052 6124050

Slievenamon Golf Club

Situated in the scenic & picturesque surroundings of the Slievenamon mountain range, located approx. 5 miles from Clonmel on the main Clonmel to Fethard road, Slievenamon Golf Club is easily accessible & provides ample car parking & full clubhouse facilities.

The course is a 18 hole course par 67 course is located on 90 acres of countryside, a one acre Ring Fort has remained untouched & there is a preservation order on the 4th hole as it is a natural habitat for various wildlife, the course is a relatively flat course & is considered not too difficult for the beginner but at the same time challenging for the experienced player.

www.slievenamongolfclub.com

Tel: 052 6132213

Cahir Park Golf Club

Delightful 18 hole course embracing what was once the heir of Lord Cahir's Estate, divided in two by the beautiful River Suir.

This parkland course with its breath-taking display of mature trees, streams & lakes will leave a lasting impression on all who play it.

www.cahirparkgolfclub.com

Tel: 052 7441474

Carrick on Suir Golf Club

This scenic parkland golf course is bordered by the Comeragh Mountains on one side & the breath-taking views of the Suir Valley on the other.

The Course is a 18 hole course with a par 72 with its interesting layout & well designed holes provide challenging golf for the high or low handicap golfer.

www.carrickgolfclub.com

Tel: 051 640047

Dundrum House Golf Club

The Dundrum Golf Course Tipperary is a must visit when planning your 2017 golf outings. This impressive 18 Hole Championship Parkland Golf Course has been woven into the fabric of a mature Georgian estate, designed by 1995 Ryder Cup hero Philip Walton. Using the natural features of woodland and parkland, adorned by the Multeen River, Philip has created an exhilarating, par 72 course over 7200 yards that provides a real test of golf. To challenge even the best of golfers there are 8 water hazards to combat.

Click here for 2017 rates

www.dundrumhousegolfclub.com

For further information contact the golf club direct Tel:+353(0)62 71717 or Email: golfshop@dundrumhouse.ie 

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