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Ballybofey & Stranorlar Golf Club Ballybofey Donegal

Ballybofey & Stranorlar golf club was formally founded on January 22nd 1957. Now an 18 hole course due to the various green convenors and green keepers over the years. The course is now one of the best parkland courses in the country and is considered a very enjoyable place to play.

Bundoran Golf Club Bundoran Donegal

Bundoran Golf Club Presenting a challenging par 70, our golf course sweeps along the rugged and picturesque Donegal Bay coastline with a mixture of dunes and undulating terrain making up our 18 holes. With endless views of the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the magnificent Dartry Mountains to the east, you are blessed with 360 degree superb panoramic views no matter what hole you are playing.

Donegal Golf Club Murvagh Donegal

Donegal Golf Club at Murvagh, Co Donegal is an outstanding links golf course. Designed by the legendary course architect, Eddie Hackett, it is continually featured in Golf World's Top 100 courses in Ireland and Great Britain

Dunfanaghy Golf Club Dunfanaghy Donegal

Dunfanaghy Golf Club is an 18-hole true links course laid out in 1905 by six times winner of the British Open, Mr Harry Vardon. It is situated in County Donegal, 50 km (30 miles) west of Letterkenny on the N56, along the beautiful north-west coast of Ireland and offers year-round golfing. Being one of only two hundred links courses world wide, Dunfanaghy is easily walked but also offers a superb golfing challenge. The course has spectacular views of Sheephaven Bay, nearby beaches, headlands, harbours and the dramatic Derryveagh Mountains. The greens are consistently rated among the best in Ireland and the course is sand-based and free-draining, making it playable all year round.

Letterkenny Golf Club Letterkenny Donegal

Letterkenny Golf Club is situated in a magnificent scenic parkland setting, bordering on the shore of Lough Swilly, the course was originally carved out of natural woodlands. As a result there exists today a magnificent natural wildlife habitat that especially supports a spectacular mixture of birdlife.

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