• Hole 9, the Churns, a 200 yards up hill par 3, make a 3 here and you have done well!

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  • Played many courses around the world, Westport can stand up with the best of them.

    played many courses around the world Westport can stand up with the best of them.
  • The 7th and 10th greens, water comes into play on both!

    The par 5 15th demands a good drive and a well placed second.
  • Enjoy some late evening sunshine at reduced rates.

    Enjoy some late evening sunshine at reduced rates.
  •  Yes it can rain in Westport, be prepared.

    Westport, great town, fantastic golf course.
  • Clare Island at 348 yards is one of the easier par 4 on the front 9

    Clare Island at 348 yards is one of the easier par 4 on the front 9
  •  Championship Golf Course, Stunning Layout.

    Championship Golf Course, Stunning Layout.
  •  Hole 15, the Reek is Westport’s signature hole at 586 yards.

    Hole 15, the Reek is Westport’s signature hole at 586 yards.

Welcome to Westport Golf Club

Westport Golf Course is a premier 18-hole Championship Golf Course set in 260 acres of rolling parkland on the shores of Clew Bay. The course was designed by the renowned British firm of course architects Fred Hawtree and Sons.  Westport Golf Club hosted the Smurfit Irish Professional Championship in April 2002, won by Ryder Cup Hero Paul McGinley who set a new professional course record 65 in the 3rd round

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 The WAW Golf Pass

Three great golf courses on the western seaboard have combined forces to celebrate the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) concept. Carne Golf Links (Belmullet), Westport Championship Golf Course and  Connemara Golf Links offer the golf enthusiast a fantastic opportunity to play all three at the incredible price of €129 when you purchase the Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) GOLF PASS.

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Did you Know?

Taking relief from immovable obstructions:

If a player’s ball comes to rest on or close to an immovable obstruction such as a sprinkler head and the lie, stance or area of intended swing is interfered with by this obstruction, the player is allowed to drop a ball within one club length of the nearest point of relief, providing it’s no closer to the hole than where the ball originally had come to rest.

The player should determine the nearest point of relief using the club he/she expects to play the next stoke with. Then they may use any club to measure the one club length area in which to drop the ball.

The nearest point of relief is the point where the ball will be played which is nearest to where the original ball lies, which is no closer to the hole and which, if the ball were so positioned, no interference would exist for the lie of the ball, the stance or the intended area of the swing.

 10 great reasons to visit Westport

Award-winning travel writer and journalist, Pól Ó Conghaile has 10 great reasons why Westport may be the best weekend break in Ireland?

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