|Athlone Golf Club
Address: ClubHodson Bay
Phone: 353 (0)90) 6492073
It is a superb 18-hole parkland course situated
on the shores of Lough Ree in the centre of the
country bounded on three sides by picturesque
Lough Ree. Beautifully designed, the course exploits
the natural splendour of its surroundings, affording
from its vantage points and from the modern strategically
appointed clubhouse panoramic views of the lake
and its wooded islands. Its tree-lined fairways
and undulating terrain make it a true test of
|Ballinlough Castle Golf Course
Town: County Westmeath
Phone: 353 (0) 46 94 33760
Ballinlough Castle Golf Club is situated in the
rich pastureland of North County Westmeath.It
was founded in 1998 and affiliated to the Golfing
Union of Ireland in April of 1999. The club also
affiliated to the Irish Ladies Golfing Union.
Ballinlough was formed to be a members controlled
equal status club, with the sole intention of
getting the best course possible, with the land
at the disposal.
|Delvin Castle Golf Club
Town: County Westmeath
Phone: 353 ((0)44) 9664315
Delvin Castle Golf Club combines the stately
setting of a castle demesne with one of the warmest
welcomes in the midlands. Steeped in history,
the spacious layout makes full use of the mature
parkland with spectacular views across North Westmeath.
If your idea of golf is to relax, then this is
the place for you. Enjoy the tranquil surroundings
of the midlands while improving your golf on this
magnificent course. A visit to the Irish midlands
would not be complete without a round of good
golf at Delvin Castle.After your golf the purpose-built
clubhouse serves a lunch and dinner menu with
bar snacks available daily.
|Glasson Golf Hotel
Phone: 353 ((0)90) 6485120
Glasson Golf and Country Club is one of the country's
finest golf courses.The course is the work of
legendary Irish golfer Christy O'Connor Jnr. It
is an interesting and very challenging parkland
course that enjoys quite magnificent panorama.
The Irishman once said of his design: "One
of the most scenic pieces of land I've ever seen
in my life, with the first nine holes overlooking
Lough Ree and the second nine Killenure Bay.There
is nothing I've seen that comes close to that."
Visitors are welcome but advised to book in advance
to avoid disappointment.