Enniscrone Golf Club

Enniscrone Golf Club is located on the scenic West Coast of Ireland in County Sligo. 
Known for having some of the largest dunes in Ireland, the club is situated on a promontory that juts into Killala Bay at the mouth of the River Moy Estuary. This provides Enniscrone with a beautiful setting for links golf.
The club was founded in 1918, and today Enniscrone Golf Club offers 27 holes of links golf. You'll experience some of the best Irish links golf on the Dunes course, or a more serene round on the Eddie Hackett-and Donald Steel designed nine-hole, 3,367 yard, Scurmore Course.
The featured course, The Dunes, is a 7,033 yard, par 73, championship links course, often a venue for National and Golfing Union of Ireland's top amateur events. The Dunes evolved from Eddie Hackett's original 18-hole design. The traditional links layout was reconfigured to include six new holes in the seaside dunes. Renowned architect Donald Steel designed the six new holes, and The Dunes was further refined to include four men's tee boxes to suit golfers at all handicap levels.
In true links fashion, the course layout is 'nine out' and 'nine back' to the clubhouse. Each golf hole follows the natural contours of the land.  It challenges golfers of all abilities, their imaginations, demanding the use of every club in the bag. At Enniscrone, the wind, true links lies and firm elevated greens reward those who can hold a line, hit fairways and execute 'bump and run' shots.
The UK's Top 100 Golf Course Review stated; "Enniscrone really is a breathtaking course with a serious challenge attached."
Address: Enniscrone Golf Club, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo 
Telephone:  00 353 (0)96 36297  Fax  00 353 (0)96 36657
E Mail: enniscronegolf@eircom.net
Website: www.enniscronegolf.com