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Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort

Parkland

Adare, Co. Limerick

Course Type: Parkland
Location: Limerick side of Adare in Adare Manor (not to be confused with the old Adare Manor Golf Club).
Founded: 1995

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Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort

Distance and driving times (traffic dependent):
                    
Lahinch Golf Club                          87km (54m), 1hr 23 mins
Doonbeg Golf Club                       101km (63m), 1hr 47 mins
Dromoland Castle Golf Club           44km (27m), 37 mins
Ballybunion Golf Club                    76km (47m), 1hr 15 mins
Tralee Golf Club                           85km (53m), 1hr 18 mins
Killarney Golf & Fishing Club          93km (58m), 1hr 18 mins
Old Head of Kinsale GC                121km (75m), 1hr 41 mins
Fota Island GC                             108km (67m), 1hr 18 mins
Waterville Golf Club                     155km (96m), 2hr 44 mins
Bantry Bay GC                             167km (104m), 2hrs 50 mins

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" /> Designed by world renowned Robert Trent Jones Snr, the Adare Golf Club is considered to be Ireland’s finest parkland course and one of Mr. Jones’s crowning achievements. This magnificent 18 hole 7,125 yards championship course set amidst the 840 acre estate of Adare Manor opened in 1995. The exquisite parkland atmosphere of the demesne has been preserved with the course set amid magnificent mature trees.

This was the last major course designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, Senior. This majestic design has gained international acclaim as one of his finest creations.
The course contains aquatic features on no less than 10 holes including a 14 acre man made lake anchoring the front nine. The River Maigue meanders through the 18 holes creating a sense of beauty and challenge, particularly on the 11th par 3 and the 18th par 5 finishing hole. Mr. Jones judged the 18th hole to be “possibly the best par 5 in the world,” who are we to argue when he designed 45 of the top 100 golf courses worldwide?

Since the official opening in 1995, Adare has staged the Smurfit Irish Professional Championship, the Women's World Cup, the AIB Irish Seniors Open and the 2005 J P McManus International Pro-am, in which Tiger Woods competed. In all circumstances, Adare proved itself a worthy challenge.

Distance and driving times (traffic dependent):
                    
Lahinch Golf Club                          87km (54m), 1hr 23 mins
Doonbeg Golf Club                       101km (63m), 1hr 47 mins
Dromoland Castle Golf Club           44km (27m), 37 mins
Ballybunion Golf Club                    76km (47m), 1hr 15 mins
Tralee Golf Club                           85km (53m), 1hr 18 mins
Killarney Golf & Fishing Club          93km (58m), 1hr 18 mins
Old Head of Kinsale GC                121km (75m), 1hr 41 mins
Fota Island GC                             108km (67m), 1hr 18 mins
Waterville Golf Club                     155km (96m), 2hr 44 mins
Bantry Bay GC                             167km (104m), 2hrs 50 mins

Other distances, times and route planning

Professional: John Coyle
Number of Holes: 18
Type: Parkland
Designer: Robert Trent Jones Sr.
Championship Length: 7,125 yards
Greenfees: Midweek €125, Weekend €125
Par: 72
The 10th Hole
The 10th Hole
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The 15th Hole & The Manor
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Facilities / Features

  • Soft Spike Mandatory
  • Caddies for Hire (booking required)
  • Golf Club Hire
  • Putting Green
  • Full Bar Facilities
  • Motorised Pull Carts Available
  • Practice Ground
  • Dining Facilities
  • Motorised Buggies Available
  • Driving Range
  • Accommodation Available

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