Lahinch Golf Club – Lahinch Old Course

Lahinch Golf Club – Lahinch Old Course Details

Founded: 1892
Course Type: 2 x18 Hole Links
Length: 6950 Yards
Par: 72
Designer: Old Tom Morris, A. MacKenzie and M. Hawtree
Tee off intervals: 10 minutes
Services: Caddies, Club Hire, Electric & Pull Trolley, Buggy
Buggy Policy: For Hire by Persons with Medical Reasons Only
Practice Facilities: Driving Range, Chipping Green, Putting Green
Other Facilities: Pro Shop, Club House, Bar & Restaurant

Lahinch Golf Club

Lahinch Golf Club in North County Clare is only 45 minutes drive from Shannon International Airport and just a 15 minute drive to the essential stop that is the Cliff’s of Moher.  Lahinch Golf Club has two 18 hole links courses to offer, Lahinch Old course and Lahinch Castle course.

The jewel in the crown is the Lahinch Old Course, a regular feature in the rankings of top links courses in the world, it is one of the finest natural courses in Ireland.  Two holes of Morris’s original 1894 design for Lahinch Old Course still remain today and these holes, the renowned Klondyke (4th) and Dell (5th), are considered by many the most unforgettable aspect of their first visit to Lahinch Golf Club.

Contact us at Old Country Golf and Tours to book Lahinch Golf Club or book a golf tour including Lahinch.


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John Madden & Aedín McCarthy

Lahinch Golf Club Captains 2013

Located on the edge of the village, Lahinch Golf Club is known as the St. Andrew’s of Ireland and has been a golfing mecca for over 100 years. We recognise that Lahinch is a special place and we are very proud of our Club.

Reese Turner


Lovely Lahinch Old Course, like a beautiful woman; no matter how badly she treats you when you are together, you dream of her when you are apart.

Jeff C

Pennsylvania, USA

A truly great links design.  Lahinch Golf Club is a must play on any golf trip to Ireland. Our Caddies were great. The goats are really grazing on the course!