Park House Hotel is the ideal location for Golf Breaks in Galway. The hotel is located within a short drive of many award-winning and scenic golf courses.
Galway Golf Club
Located in Salthill approximately 2 km from Park House Hotel. Galway Golf Club has breath-taking views of Galway Bay and the Clare Hills. The club dates back to 1895 and is one of the finest in Ireland.
Galway Bay Golf Resort
This golf course blends the stunning back drop of Galway Bay and the rugged curves of the Atlantic coastline with water hazards, concealed bunkers and highly acclaimed putting surfaces. Located in Rinville village approximately 14 km from the Park House Hotel.
Cregmore Park Golf Club
This beautiful parkland course is located approximately 16 km from Park House Hotel. The Cregmore Park Golf Club has proved very popular with the golfing public since its opening in 2007. Designed by Dr Arthur Spring it is a challenging course measuring 7,087 yards.
Portumna Golf Club
Portumna Golf Club is located approximately 67 km from the Park House Hotel. It is a traditional golf course set in the old Castlerickard estate near the upper end of Lough Derg. The holes are laid out through mature deciduous and evergreen trees and herds of deer can frequently be seen roaming the course.
Bearna Golf Club
Bearna Golf Club is located approximately 10 km from the Park House Hotel. It is set on the edge of Connemara with magical views of Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. This club offers a unique golfing experience with parkland tees and sand based greens.
Oughterard Golf Course
Oughterard Golf Course is located approximately 25 km from the Park House Hotel. Established in 1973, this challenging coures is set in tranquil parkland at Oughterard - the gateway to Connemara.
Tuam Golf Club
Tuam Golf Club is located approximately 33 km from Park House Hotel, it is a parkland course, founded in 1904.
Connemara Championship Golf Links
The Connemara Championship Golf Links is nestled between the 12 Bens mountain range and the sea with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Established in 1973, the course was designed by Eddie Hackett and measures over 7,000 yards. Located approximately 92 km from the Park House Hotel.
Lahinch Golf Links
Established in 1892, the Lahinch Old Course is frequently referred to as the "Saint Andrews of Ireland" as it looks out on the ever-changing Atlantic Ocean and is subject to all its mood swings. It has an abundance of exceptional golf holes, where the natural terrain is utilised to optimum advantage. Located approximately 80 km from the Park House Hotel.Lahinch Golf Links website
Ballinrobe Golf Course
Ballinrobe Golf Club's location on a 300-acre estate is an idyllic setting for such a magnificent championship course. The 7,100yd, par-73, course was laid out and designed by well-known architect Eddie Hackett and the contoured greens, which are 80% sand based, are playable all year round. This inland golf course, which opened in spring 1995, is characterised by lakes at seven of the 18 holes, and is laid out to championship standard. It is set in medieval surroundings, with a 13th-century tower house next to the 10th tee box. The club house is a fully restored 250-year-old estate house. The course, with its scenic parkland area, is one which will offer a challenge to any golfer with its mature trees, man made lakes, elaborate fairways and traditional stone walls. World-renowned golfer Padraig Harrington recently described Ballinrobe Golf Course as "the finest championship golf course in the West of Ireland."Ballinrobe Golf Course website