Bantry Bay Golf Club
West Cork, Ireland
Tel : +353 (0)27 50579 Fax : +353 (0)27 50579
Bantry Bay is a clifftop parkland championship course of par 71 spread over 6500 yards in length. With its panoramic views of Bantry Bay and the Beara Peninsula on the backdrop, it is truly a spectacular setting for west Corks finest course. Par is rarely beaten around this testing layout which Eddie Hacket and Christy O'Conor Jnr have cleverly designed . One which courses highly recommend for all golf enthusiasts, it won't disappoint.
2km north west of Bantry town on the N71 to Glengarriff/Killarney.
Information herein provided by the club on 20 Aug 1998. Clubhouse has bar and restaurant. Caddie, trolley and buggy hire available.
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|The 18 hole championship course open all year, towers above the head of Bantry Bay, in far West County Cork. Fourteen holes immediately overlook the shore where warm waters of the Gulf Stream first touch land on this side of the Atlantic. Fuchsias abound, and there are splendid panoramic views across the sea and islands to the Breara Mountains, Sheep's Head and the Mizen Peninsula. They have created a course on which the Scratch golfer must thoughtfully exert himself to achieve Par 71, while a handicap golfer, too, has a fair chance of glory. Great variety, from a Par 3 of a mere 126 metres to a par 5 of 487m to a two tier green, demands skilful versatility.
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