Connemara Golf Club
Ballyconneely, Allebrack,
Clifden, Galway
Tel : +353(0)95 23502 Fax : +353(0)95 23662

The Connemara Golf Club, with its championship links, is in the heart of beautiful Connemara with an Atlantic backdrop. Buggy, trolley and club hire available. Practice facilities. Full bar and restaurant with a la carte menu.

11 km south west of Clifton

Further Information For more information on Connemara Golf Club see www.go

Course Details

Course Name: Connemara Holes: 18 Yardage: 7177 SSS: 72
Challenging links course where par is a good score. Breathtaking scenery with the Atlantic ocean. After a gentle start, confidence building during mid course, Connemara then surprises and challenges you with some very difficult holes particularly the 14th and 15th with their elevated greens built into the hillside.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Sean

    Sean wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    I am a 20 handicapper and I would just like to say that Connemara is one of the best courses I have ever played in my life. The run on the fairways was absolutely incredible and I could reach all the par 4s in 2 shots which I cannot usually do because I am not a big hitter. The back 9 is definitely a lot harder than the first 9. I had 17 points on the first nine and only 11 on the back 9. This just shows how hard the back 9 is. It was really an amazing course and I will definitely play it again if it's the last thing I do.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Martin Folan and John Busch III. USA. 03/00

    Martin Folan and John Busch III. USA. wrote on: Feb 29, 2000

    The adventure of playing on an Irish Links style course for the first time is in itself most gratifying. . . but to play on a fascinating layout, especially the 1st. 6th.15th and 18th holes, was nothing short of sensational! I lost 3 balls in the long rough, and 3 putted several of the holes, (the greens were freshly aeriated in anticipation of a heavy summer influx of golfers) but all in all, I couldn't help but walk off the 18th, with a big grin on my face. While March may not be the best time of the year for a round of golf, I don't know of any time that is truely bad, unless it is the morning of your favorite bird dog's wake.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Terry Dillow 01/99

    Terry Dillow wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    The course starts slowly and builds momentum, finishing with some of the most challenging holes on the West Coast. Our group's handicaps were 6, 10, and 15, and we all were pleased with the quality of the greens.
    The people couldn't have been nicer and the green fees were very reasonable, but you must know that they have only junior caddies.The drive to the course was spectacular, as was our short side trip up to the nearby village of Roundstone.