Lahinch, Co Clare.
Lahinch's Old Course has benefited both from the natural characteristics of the terrain and from the genius of distinguished course architects. - Alexander Shaw - Old Tom Morris of St Andrews. commented: 'I consider the links is as fine a natural course as it has ever been my good fortune to play over.' In 1927 Dr. Alister Mackenzie was invited to make a number of adjustments to the links. On completion he remarked, 'Lahinch will make the finest and most popular course that I, or I believe anyone else, ever constructed. coming from a man who would very shortly design Cypress Point on the Monterey Peninsula and later help to create the legendary Augusta, it can hardly be taken lightly.
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.