Ballykisteen Golf Course complements the Ballykisteen Hotel, the golf resort includes a superb 18 hole, 72 par, Des Smyth designed championship golf course, which was opened in 1993 and was formerly the famous Ballykisteen Stud.
Cahir Park Golf Club, established in 1965. This is a 18 hole parkland course measuring 6348 yards embracing what was once the heart of Lord Cahir's estate. Divided in two by the beautiful River Suir this parkland course with its breath taking display of mature trees, streams and lakes will leave a lasting impression on all who play it.
Clonmel Golf Club, founded in 1911.. A rolling parkland layout designed by the renowned course architect, Eddie Hackett, it is a mature 18-hole par 72 course measuring 6,365 yards. Set in the foothills of the Comeragh Mountains with magnificent views across the valley of the River Suir.
Dundrum Golf & Country Club is a course designed by Philip Walton,1995 Ryder Cup Champion. Located in the 'Golden Vale' this resort is located in the heart of Co Tipperary, 8 miles (13K) from Cashel Town, steeped in heritage, in one of the most picturesque settings.
Nenagh Golf Club is situated 3 miles north of Nenagh town, the sand based hills of Beechwood provide the perfect setting for this superb 18 hole championship parkland course, which offers spectacular views over the wonderful Tipperary countryside stretching from the Silvermines and Arra mountains across to Lough Derg. Designed by course architect Patrick Merrigan.
Roscrea Golf Club, nestled in the shadows of the Slieve Bloom Mountains, Roscrea Golf Club, founded in 1892 and is the only Golf Course in Ireland with direct access off the main Dublin/Limerick (N7) Road4. It meets the American approved standards of sand based greens.
Slievenamon Golf Club,a splendid 18 hole pay & play golf course overlooked by the beautiful Slievenamon.
Tipperary Golf Club, founded in 1896, from very small beginnings Tipperary Golf Club has grown in stature and numbers and in 1994 the course was extended to 18 holes. Facilities have been continually upgraded and a beautifully refurbished clubhouse was opened in May, 2001. Over the years Tipperary Golf Club has produced some very fine golfers. Thoms F.Ryan set the ball rolling when he won the South of Ireland Championship in 1936. The Club's most famous amateur, Arthur Pierse, has won 4 major championships, represented Ireland on over 100 occasions, played on Walker Cup and Eisenhower Trohy Teams, and was 5 times best amateur at the Irish Open.