Ballyconnelly, Co Galway.
The par 72 is rarely achieved on this most challenging Atlantic links. This could be influenced by the invigorating air and breathtaking scenery, but more probably due to the vastness of the last six holes. Greens set high in the hillside on the 14th and 15th can be unnerving, particularly after playing the most testing short 13th! Take time, however, to marvel at the splendid scenic backdrop of the Twelve Bens, etched against the skyline, or Ballyconneely Bay, dusted with pure, white sand.
The North West of Ireland has a collection of very special links courses. Visitors to this region will experience links courses as good as any in the more popular regions. This area of Ireland offers value to the visiting golfer without compromising the quality of the trip. You will be among the locals when visiting this part of Ireland.