Clonmel Golf Club
Clonmel Golf Club, founded in 1911, is a rolling parkland 18-hole layout that is par-71 (ladies par-74), 6,363 yd (ladies 5,434yd). Set in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains it affords magnificent views of the Suir Valley.
A €500,000 redevelopment was completed in 2010 which included eight new greens, four realigned holes, and additional bunkers and tee complexes. The signature hole is the 14th (stroke index three), a wonderful 185yd par three played from an elevated tee.
The golf club is one of the oldest clubs in Munster. Originally a 9-hole, it was extended to 18 in 1973. Clonmel Golf Club is located in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains, almost three miles from Clonmel town. It is a beautiful and challenging course with spectacular views of the Suir Valley, Slievenamon and Ravens Rock. Visitors are welcome but booking is advisable particularly at weekends.
Cahir Park Golf Club
Delightful 18-hole parkland designed by Eddie Hackett embracing what was once the heart of Lord Cahir Estate. Divided in two by the beautiful River Suir, this parkland course with its breathtaking display of mature trees streams and lakes will leave a lasting impression on all who play it.
Nenagh Golf Club
This is an excellent mature course, which features panoramic views from some tees, and requires accurate driving and approach shots to several sloping and two-tiered greens. The course has a very solid sub-soil, which generally makes it playable all year round. A major new development of the course was completed in May 2001. The course is a very fair test for any golfer, irrespective of ability or experience. Thirteen new sand-based undulating greens are guarded by intimidating bunkers and are proving a challenge for even the most fastidious of putters. Amenities include a practice area and chipping and putting green. Location: 7km (4.3 miles) from Nenagh on the Old Birr road.
Tinhalla Golf Course
Tinhalla Golf Course is an 18-hole par-3 course with two par four holes. To practice your professional or beginner’s swing, a floodlit driving range is at the golf complex and a beautifully kept putting green is open to perfect the final score card. Set in the beautiful settings of the Suir Valley, Tinhalla is open all year round to beginners and professionals alike. Players are welcome to pay and play, go away and come back and play again on the same day.
Roscrea Golf Club
Nestled in the shadows of the Slieve Bloom Mountains in the geographical centre of Ireland, Roscrea Golf Club, one of Ireland’s oldest, was founded in 1892. It is the only golf course in Ireland with direct access off the main Dublin/Limerick (N7) Road.
Previously described by a leading German golf writer as one of the finest 9-hole courses in Europe, Carrick-on-Suir, founded in 1939, has now been extended to a full 18-hole course.
With the backdrop of the Comeragh Mountains on one side and the breathtaking views of the Suir Valley on the other, visitors will find their round of golf a very pleasant and memorable experience. They can also be assured of the welcome and hospitality for which Carrick-on-Suir Golf Club is renowned.
Slievenamon Golf Clbu
The course is set in a beautiful location in the valley between the Slievenamon and the Comeragh Mountains. The course, while not physically demanding, promises to offer you a challenging and stimulating game of golf. The club is renowned for its hospitality and friendly atmosphere and visitors are always made very welcome.
Tipperary Golf Club
Set in the shadows of the Galtee Mountains on the road to the scenic Glen of Aherlow, this par-72 course presents a testing but enjoyable challenge. The club was founded in 1896 and has a wide range of facilities.
Thurles Golf Club
This 18-hole course is made up out of two distinct nines. The new front-nine layout by Mel Flanagan features USGA greens, the River Suir and man-made lakes. The front nine is the most open, with a considerable variety of trees and woods. Big bunkers and water is a serious threat on four holes. The back nine has classic parkland holes and stunning trees are a major feature. The 11th hole is considered one of the best par threes in Ireland. The course has been described as “classic, elegant parkland with championship status”.
Ballykisteen Golf Club
This magnificent course, set in the Golden Vale, is a challenging test for the professional and is equally enjoyable from the forward tees for the high handicapper.
Set in the lea of the Galtee Mountains close to the Glen of Aherlow, the Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort is a relaxing golf and country retreat set amidst 170 acres.
The golf resort is an 18-hole, par-72 championship course. It was designed by Des Smyth and Associates. Set in breathtaking scenic surroundings and with lakes and streams featuring on 12 holes, Ballykisteen is sure to be memorable as both a challenging and beautiful course. It is located on the N24 the main Limerick to Tipperary/Waterford road.