Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club
Kenmare, Kerry
Tel : +353 (0)64 42000 Fax : +353 (0)64 42533

As Kerry's foremost golfing experience, the Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club sits majestically overlooking spectacular Kenmare Bay. This 18 hole, par-71 world-class, golf course nestles between the towering majesty of the MacGillycuddy Reeks and the Caha mountains and enjoys an unspoilt view of one of the most panoramic scenes to be found on any golf course in Ireland.

The development and business strategy adopted by the proprietors is to provide a golf facility that offers members and visitors alike superior standards of service, both on and off the golf course. Our modern clubhouse facilities provide a quality of comfort and service in harmony with the majesty of the surroundings. Enjoyment of our dining and bar facilities is immeasurably enhanced by the breathtaking vista of Kenmare Bay and the Caha Mountains.

Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club is located in the village of Templenoe, 4 miles west of the town of Kenmare in South Kerry, Ireland on the N70 'Ring of Kerry' route.

Further Information
For more information on Ring of Kerry Golf and Country Club see www.ri ngofkerrygolf.com

Course Details

Course Name: Ring of Kerry Holes: 18 Yardage: SSS:
The architectural brief was to design a 'world class' golf course that is sufficiently flexible to challenge competent and experienced players from the back teeing areas, yet be capable of being played and enjoyed by the average handicap player from middle and forward teeing areas. The brief also included that the golf course be to a standard capable of hosting smaller professional golf events, both Irish and European. Sand and water come into play on several holes.
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  • Ring of Kerry

    John Gillis wrote on: Nov 9, 2003

    This mountain course is absolutely beautiful. I played it in May 2002.
    Play it on a weekend, because you'll never get on Old Ballybunion or Tralee on Saturday or Sunday. This maybe the right course for you before or after Waterville. It's just off the Ring of Kerry road.
    If your legs are gassed from links courses, you might want to rent a cart.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Robert Hill

    Robert Hill wrote on: Nov 30, 2000

    This is a fantastic venue. The welcome, the wonderful golf course, magical views, Kenmare village and value for money is a must see in the South West of Ireland. They also have carts which is not all that easy to find in Ireland.