• Analysing team tactics on the 18th fairway after the match.

    Analysing team tactics on the 18th fairway after the match.
  • Great view of the difficult 9th hole with the clubhouse behind.

    Great view of the difficult 9th hole with the clubhouse behind.
  • Aerial view showing the par 5 18th on the right and holes 1 to 6 on the left.

    Aerial view showing the par 5 18th on the right and holes 1 to 6to the left.
  • Avoiding the water and out of bounds at 15 can still leave you with a very difficult chip and putt to make par.

    Avoiding the water and out of bounds at 15 can still leave you with a very difficult chip and putt to make par.
  • A great view from the 200 yard mark of the challenging 8th hole.

    A great view from the 200 yard mark of the challenging 8th hole.
  • Finishing up on the 18th green as the sun sets in the west.

    Finishing up on the 18th green as the sun sets in the west.
  • Hole six is the start of a difficult run of holes that continue all the way to the 18th.

    Hole six is the start of a difficult run of holes that continue all the way to the 18th.

Summer Camps at Westport Golf Clubjuniors

Juvenile/ Junior Boys and Girls (ages 7 to 14)

Monday 4th July to Thursday 7th July (4 days)

Monday 15th Aug to Thursday 18th August (4 days)

10am to 1pm Daily

Full details and booking, click here

The Course – A Challenge Awaits

The Golfers Guide to Ireland 2016, voted Westport as ‘The best Parkland in Connaught, 2016, for the second time in the last three years. The par is 73, with five par fives contributing significantly to a yardage of 6800. Sitting on the edge of Clew Bay You may well need to look up at the ever present Croagh Patrick for inspiration! Kevin Markham, Golf writer and Photographer, Consultant at ‘Destination Golf’ highlights holes 11 to 16  – “Superb, using the best elevation changes, the best views and the water to thrill you.” The recent spell of warm weather with sprinklings of rain showers means the course is now in pristine condition. Read more

 

Clubhouse Facilities – Pro Shop and Restaurant Specials.

Club Professional, Todd O’Reilly, will be delighted to field your golfing queries and look after all your golfing needs in his extensively stocked golf shop. Re gripping golf clubs and re studding golf shoes are carried out on premises and golf carts, golf trolleys and golf clubs are available to hire. Driving Range cards can also be purchased. Read more

Our restaurant provides a choice of starters, main courses and deserts. A  daily “Specials Board” is available in the bar. While dining, relax and enjoy the magnificent view of the course, Clew Bay and Ireland’s Holy Mountain Croagh Patrick. Your feedback is always welcome.

 

Wednesday Open Competitions

Ladies and Gents Wednesday Open Qualifying competitions for ILGU / GUI card holders start on Wednesday 4th May and continue every Wednesday until the end of September. Book here or contact the club @ 098 28262. Visitors €20, members €7.

 

Play 3 of Mayo’s Premier Parkland Golf Courses

3 of Mayo’s Premier Parkland Golf Courses have partnered together to offer all Golfers a fantastic Golf Pass for €79 to play 3 fantastic Golf Courses.This represents a significant saving when compared to published Rack Rates.
The Golfer will be treated to 3 Golf Courses: –

  • Westport (Best Parkland course in Connaught 2016 & 2014)
  • Ballinrobe (Best Parkland course in Connaught 2015) and
  • Castlebar (Fast greens and described as the “Augusta of Connaught”.

This Golf pass is ideal for Societies or individuals who wish to play quality Parkland Golf Courses at very competitive prices.

 

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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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 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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