Claremorris Golf Club
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Claremorris Golf Club is an 18 hole parkland course designed by Irish International and Walker Cup player the late Tom Craddock Malahide who with Pat Ruddy also co-designed the world famous course at Druids Glen, Co Wicklow, host to the Irish Open on many occasions.
Claremorris Golf Club has hosted many Provincial finals in its short time as an 18 hole course and played host to the Ladies U-23 All Ireland Championships and the Connacht Senior Open Championship sponsored by the Portuguese Tourist Board.
Situated only 1 ½ miles from the town centre on the former estate of Lord Oranmore and Browne, Claremorris Golf Club is a spectacular par 73 layout measuring 6131 metres and has USGA spec sand based greens that are comparable to the best in the country.
Every hole has been crafted with precision boasting features that will test even the best players with a premium on accuracy if one is to score well.