The Dunes Course at Enniscrone Golf Club is memorable and challenging Irish links golf experience that is consistently ranked among the top courses in Ireland. We could go on gushing about this course, but we suggest you go down to the pictures and we’ll let this course speak for itself.
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Address:Enniscrone Golf Club, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo, Ireland
Phone:(+353) (0)96 36297
About Enniscrone Golf Club: Dunes Course
Architect: Donald Steel, Eddie Hackett, Tom MacKenzie, Martin Ebert | Type of course: Semi-Private, Resort
Number of holes: 18 | Style of course:Links
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How to get here
Ireland West Airport Knock (NOC), Donegal Airport (CFN), City of Derry Airport (LDY), Belfast International Airport (BFS), George Best Belfast City Airport (BHD), Shannon Airport (SNN), Dublin Airport (DUB)
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Booking a tee time
Check out available tee times if you’re going to be in the neighborhood.
Amenities at Enniscrone Golf Club: Dunes Course
The Enniscrone Golf Club: Dunes Course offers a complete suite of top-notch amenities, including a state-of-the-art locker room, a restaurant with both a lunch and dinner menu, the ability to work on your short game, as well as warm up for a round on the driving range. Click on any of the items below to learn more about how you can prepare for your round.