Killarney Golf and Fishing Club

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Killarney Golf and Fishing Club

Killarney Golf Course Details                                   Killarney Killeen and Killarney Mahony’s Point

Founded: 1893
Course Type: 2 x 18 Hole Parkland
Length: Killeen – 7252 Yards, Mahony’s Point -6780 Yards
Par: 72
Designer: Eddie Hackett, Dr W O’Sullivan, Sir Guy Campbell
Tee off intervals: 10 minutes
Services: Caddies, Buggies, Club Hire, Electric & Pull Trolley
Practice Facilities: Driving Range, 2 large putting and chipping greens
Other Facilities: Pro Shop, Club House, Bar & Restaurant,

Killarney Golf and Fishing Club – Parkland Golf Ireland

With two championship golf Ireland parkland courses Killarney Golf and Fishing Club can offer two distinct challenges to the visiting golfer while both are still able to offer spectacular lakeside Killarney golf course views from several holes.

The Killeen course at Killarney Golf and Fishing Club is the longer of the two courses and it also the most acclaimed of the two having hosted the Irish Open several times, most recently in 2010 and 2011. Long hitters will be tested and their accuracy rewarded on this course.

The Killarney golf course Mahony’s Point track is considered to be the most suitable for varying skill levels and it is the shorter of the two courses. The 18th on Mahony’s Point is one of the most awe-inspiring and photographed in the world.

Killarney Golf and Fishing Club is Paradise for golfers! Try not to be distracted by the views ! There is nothing to dislike about this place. After a round of golf on either of the two courses, a round of drinking awaits in the bar with food of the highest quality. I have been before and hopefully will return in the future. Thank you Killarney Golf and Fishing Club !.

Louis E, Woking Irish Golf Society Guildford, UK

Red Deer wandered carelessly along the fairways, occasionally stopping to watch one of our party hack the ball out of the rough. Killeen is a pristine course and the competitive prices make it affordable even for a championship golf Ireland course.  It was superb.

Ben Bailey, Daily Mail online