Why not head golfing in a choice of two locations to golf. The East Clare Golf Club and Woodpark Golf Course.
East Clare Golf Club
The East Clare Golf Club and golf course is set in 150 acres of unspoilt, rolling, quiet countryside with majestic views of East Clare. Our course is very popular with visitors from both overseas and within Ireland, and hosted the 1998 West of Ireland Seniors Championship.
East Clare Golf Club operates a “pay as you play” policy for visitors ensuring visitors can be accommodated at all times. Club membership is also currently open to new members.
The parkland championship course, designed by noted golf architect Dr. Arthur Spring, was opened in 1997 and is located just 5 minutes from beautiful Lough Derg and about 35 minutes from Shannon Airport. This par 71 course with more than 5,920 metres (over 6,500 yards) of fairways includes several strategically placed and potentially hazardous lakes, streams, bunkers and trees.
Website: The East Clare Golf Club
Address: Woodpark, Mountshannon, Co. Clare
Course opening hours: Daylight Hours
Clubhouse opening hours: None
Mobile phones: Not on Course
Dress Code: Neat and casual
Catering: Snacks & Refreshments
Days to Avoid: Open 7 days
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: All time
Tucked in along the western side of Lough Derg, Woodpark Golf Course offers visitors, be they complete novices or seasoned veterans, a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a relaxed round of golf in idyllic surroundings. Located just five minutes drive from the lakeside village of Mountshannon the course is approached along quiet country roads, which offer occasional and tantalizing glimpses of Lough Derg and the varied ancient and beautiful landscapes of this part of East Clare.
If you can tear yourself away from the scenery to contemplate the course spread out around you it will be immediately apparent that water, both visually and in play, is very much a feature of the course. The layout however is gimmick free and extremely user-friendly
Location: Just three miles from Scariff on the main Scariff-Portumna road, near Mountshannon.