Sligo Golf

Tubbercurry Golf Club
This picturesque 9-hole golf course at Tubbercurry, County Sligo, is centrally located, just 15 minutes from Knock Airport and 30 minutes from Sligo town. The 6,200yd course has full clubhouse facilities.

Castle Dargan Golf Club
Castle Dargan Golf Resort is the only championship parkland course and golf resort in the North West of Ireland. The resort includes a Darren Clarke-designed golf course, practice academy, resident PGA pro and icon spa wellness centre, offering visiting golfers the perfect base for their golfing holiday.
Making the most of the natural ebb and flow of the Sligo estates grounds, Darren Clarke has woven 18 beautiful golf holes through majestic trees, natural lakes, burns and around the ancient stone walls and ruins which dominate this romantic landscape. Golf at Castle Dargan is available to members, residents and visitors alike and will appeal to golfers of all abilities while providing a new golfing expeience in the North West of Ireland.

Ballymote Golf Club
Ballymote is a scenic parkland course with wide fairways across undulating countryside. Beginners and experienced players are welcome to visit.

This is a 9-hole course established in 1943. Fifty years later it moved to a new 9-hole parkland course located 1.5km east of Ballymote town, on the road for Catlebaldwin nestled among rolling hills to the north of Keshcorran Mountain and the caves of Kesh.

There are plenty of tricky holes and greens that offer a good challenge. The club is open to for membership and visitors are welcome at all times. The members’ weekly competition takes place on Sunday mornings, otherwise the course is not over busy.

County Sligo Golf Club
course (2,785m). Bordering the Atlantic Ocean with Benbulben and Knocknarea backdrop and with scenic views of five counties from third tee. A challenge to the best of golfers and fun for all. Home to the West of Ireland Amateur Golf Championship at Easter. Open to visitors seven days a week, all year round.

Sligo Links Golf Pass
Nature just needed a nudge to shape the great Atlantic links courses.

This has never been more true than in Sligo, where the golf offering includes County Sligo Golf Club, Enniscrone Golf Club and Strandhill Golf Club.

Each club genuinely welcomes visiting golfers. You will receive a warm reception, meet friendly, helpful people and enjoy the fun and banter on the 19th. Most of the courses provide caddy and catering facilities.

Now, these three courses bring to you, a fantastic opportunity to play all three at the incredible price of €118. Yes, that’s right, you can now play all three of these wonderful Links courses for only €118, when you purchase the SLIGO LINKS GOLF PASS.

Come and enjoy great golf, great company and great value for money in Sligo.

Enniscrone Golf Club
Another of Ireland’s great west-coast links, Enniscrone is set in the scenic splendour of Killala Bay. A meeting in 1918 marked the formal beginning of golf in Enniscrone and though, like so many links, it has been extended, modified and improved, it quickly built up a justifiable popularity. Enniscrone, set in the scenic splendour of Killala Bay, is one of Ireland’s finest links golf courses. This championship venue provides golfers with the ultimate experience: dramatic duneland, an inspired design concept, superb greens all year round and breathtaking views. Originally designed by the great Eddie Hackett, Enniscrone’s reputation as a top-class venue has been embellished with the addition of six new holes threading a path through the mountainous dunes. The new holes, expertly designed by famous course architect Donald Steele, add an exciting dimension to the 27-hole layout. Adoption of the relinquished six holes, together with the development of three new holes on adjoining land, has provided the club with a further quality 9-hole course.

Strandhill Golf Club
Strandhill Golf Club was founded in 1931 and had a 9-hole course open for play in 1940. Play on the present 18 holes commenced in 1973. The clubhouse has been updated on a number of occasions and is now regarded as one of the best in the West. Situated 8km (5 miles) west of Sligo city, this 5,675m of undulating fairways and unforgiving short cuts make it a course to remember. With Knocknarea mountain in the background, it has stunning views of the course, the rolling Atlantic and the setting sun.