Strandhill Golf Club
Strandhill, Sligo
Tel : +353 (0)71 68188 Fax : +353 (0)71 68438

Strandhill Golf Club offers delightful views of the Knocknarea Mountain, Ballisodare Bay and the Atlantic coastline can be enjoyed from this coastal club.

9 km west of Sligo

Further Information
Club, trolley and buggy hire available. Practice and catering facilities.

Course Details

Course Name: Strandhill Holes: 18 Yardage: 5937 SSS: 68
This course is endowed with visual splendour as well as a challenging round of golf amoung the sand dunes. Accuracy will be rewarded and wayward shots punished severely. For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Great

    Fitz wrote on: Sep 8, 2009

    During a week trip we played Strandhill. Our mistake was to tell barkeeps and anyone that would listen that we were playing Strandhill. Everyone we spoke with talked it down. They shouldn't have. Great course. Watch out for the first par 5, blind tee shot, down hill to a "mogul" fairway that is perpendicular to the tee box. . .


  • golf

    hugh mc namara wrote on: Dec 17, 2008

    jason kelly is a legend of a greenkeeper, beaten only by castle dargans hugh mc namara


  • Strandhill Golf Club in Sligo, N. Ireland

    brian slowey wrote on: Dec 5, 2008

    played strandhill many time over the last tvelve years ,the pro's tony&cyril very friendly,graet craic in the clubhouse,the guinness helps, hope to return soon to this magical course .


  • too busy

    Frank Conlon wrote on: Nov 6, 2004

    All the Conlon golfers!!!1
    All too busy playing golf to contact your English cousins
    Love mary


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ian Cullington 7/01

    Ian Cullington wrote on: Jun 30, 2001

    I was privileged enough to play in the recent British Amputee Golf Association Open at Strandhill and found the course to be one of the most interesting and challenging I've played.
    The clubhouse and it's staff were marvellous, the food is plentiful and reasonably priced. The staff are all very courteous and the members welcoming. The views are mountainous with Knocknarea in one direction and
    the Atlantic in the other. There was horseracing on the beach and not a drop of rain over the five days of play.
    The course needs a practice round or some local knowledge to make the best of your game, although the pro shop sells the most comprehensive course guide I've seen.
    The fifth fairway is interesting, it has many humps and bumps and even if you play your ball down the middle, you won't see it again until you walk up to it. The 14th has a nickname (ask a local), as it is unique, the green is protected by very large mounds (the grass on which act as 'nets') with about 20 feet between. The 18th is a par 4 but uphill into the wind plays as long as any par 5. Everyone should play this course once.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Jeff Tolman WA - USA 01/01

    Jeff Tolman WA - USA wrote on: Dec 31, 2000

    I played this course and fell in love with it. The back 9, particularly, is unique, hard and interesting. I hope to play it again....many times.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews c/o 05/99

    c/o wrote on: Apr 30, 1999

    I was delighted to find Strandhill on the internet and must proudly say that is where I learned to play golf and I think it is a fabulous course. Am going on holiday and expect to be in Strandhill in June and hope I can have a game or two. 3 years ago I played with Jerry Carr and some other of the locals. I was born and reared in Strandhill a long time ago . I wonder if there is any information available as to when the open week is on, as I would make that a must for my itinerary. Look forward to catching up with you all.
    Best wishes... Seamus McMahon


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Desmond Duggan 03/99

    Desmond Duggan wrote on: Feb 28, 1999

    One of the most picturesque and challenging courses in the west of Ireland. Wonderful clubhouse, with great atmosphere. you will be made to feel very welcome in Strandhill.


      • RE: Europe Golf courses reviews Desmond Duggan 03/99

        edward reilly wrote on: Sep 25, 2010

        I found Strandhill to be delightful. A gem in a sea side town with plenty to offer!


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