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Founded: 18th Century
Designer: Fred Hawtree
Championship Length: 7,000 yards
PAR: 73
Type: Parkland
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Who this course is best for:

A golfer who would like to get off the beaten path, would enjoy a rolling hills parkland course with traditionally less wind than its neighboring links courses.


Westport Golf Club, which played host to the 2002 Smurfit Irish P.G.A. Championship, is a magnificent 18 hole parkland course with breath taking views of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay. A comfortable opening six holes allow the foundation of a solid round to be laid before the course steps up a gear with the newly shaped 7th hole.

Westport will leave great memories of a unique course on the shores of Clew Bay. Each hole offers a challenge under the watchful eye of Croagh Patrick. The 11th, with its Everest-like fairway, the par three 12th and the index one, par four 13th is our Amen Corner.

Westport Golf Club is located just 5 minutes drive out of Westport town – renowned for its charisma and continental flavour, Westport’s cheerful, multi-coloured shop fronts jostle for attention with an attractive selection of pubs, shops, cafés and restaurants.

Overview courtesy of Westport Golf Club

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“Thanks for organizing an amazing golf tour to Scotland. First of all, the course we played all exceeded expectations. Royal Dornoch is a jewel and Carnoustie in the wind and rain was truly the monster it is made out to be.  But standing on the first tee at the old course made it the golf trip of a lifetime. Accommodations…

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