Lahinch Golf Club

Course Description:

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Known as the St. Andrews of Ireland, the Old Course was originally laid out by Old Tom Morris. It is a classic Irish Links in every sense with plenty of blind shots, cavernous bunkers, and large, sweeping sand dunes. Holes number 4 and 5 (The Klondyke and The Dell) propose that you play completely blind to your target area, the latter with a volcanic-like green setting. A visit to Lahinch is a must for any student of the game.

 

Course Information

Links Course
72
6,276 yards
Old Tom Morris
1895
Lahinch
None
41st

Guideline

Yes
12 available, No Dr. letter needed, €60 per round, Caddie does not need to drive.
Yes; €45 for a senior caddy, €30 for a standard
€4 per round
Yes, €40
Smart casual, dark wash jeans allowed.
Yes
2nd