Kenmare Golf Club is a picturesque parkland course located in south Kerry, upon the banks of the River Roughty estuary.
The club itself is over 100 years old having been established as long ago as 1903. It was expanded to a full 18-hole course, designed by the legendary course architect Eddie Hackett.
Hackett once stated: "I find that nature is the best architect . . . I try to dress up what the Good Lord provides." When asked about his preference to lay out a course on the land as he found it. The Kenmare Golf Club course is no exception to this mantra, providing a number of intriguing and challenging holes for your group on its all natural terrain.
The club is situated overlooking Kenmare Bay. The Irish name for Kenmare – ‘An Neidín’, meaning ‘little nest’, is fitting as the heritage town of Kenmare and its Golf Club are nestled between the Caha Mountains in an unspoilt glacial valley.
The Golf Club is the perfect place for your group to enjoy the natural beauty of the South of Ireland, being a focal point between the ring of Kerry on the Iveagh peninsula, and the Ring of Beara.