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Limerick Golf Club 18 holes 6500 yards par 72
Ph: +353 61 414083 Fax: +353 61 415146 firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.limerickgolfclub.com Ballyclough, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Green Fees EUR50 Monday to Thursday .
EUR70 at the weekend or on Bank Holidays.
Limerick Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland, having been founded in the same year as the Golfing Union of Ireland, 1891.
The course is a mature parkland course Holes #1 and #2 are fairly easy but #3 is the beginning of the real challenge of this course, this hole requires two good shots to reach the well guarded green.
Hole #6 has a stream flowing through it, this needs careful consideration before committing to club selection.
A great golf course for players of all abilities.
Visitors should try and avoid Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings
Where to stay.
Avondoyle B & B
Dooradoyle Road Ballyclough Limerick Tel: 061 301590
Rates, with full Irish breakfast, approx EU 45
Avondoyle is located in a quite countryside area, just five minutes drive south of Limerick City.
It is close by the amenities of the city, yet enjoys the tranquillity and peace of the countryside.
Approved by the Irish Tourist Board, Avondoyle is also a member of the Town and Country Homes Association.
Avondoyle is convenient to Shannon Airport, Adare and Bunratty Folk Village, Lough Gur Bronze Age settlement and Creganowen. We are ideally located for day trips to the Cliffs of Moher, Cahir Castle, the Rock of Cashel and Galway City.
Many of our guests also make day-trips to Killarney or Tralee from Avondoyle. T
here are many excellent golf courses nearby, including Limerick Golf Club and Rathbane Golf Club (both a half mile away), Castletroy Golf Club, and Limerick County Golf and Country Club.
The championships courses of Lahinch, Ballybunion, Waterville and Killarney are all within convenient reach.
There are triple, double and single bedrooms available, all equipped with television, tea/coffee facilities, hair dryer, and alarm clock.
Most rooms have en-suite/private bathrooms.
Two lounges are provided for the use of guests.
The sitting room has multi-channel TV and usually a roaring fireplace in winter.
The sun room offers peace and quiet with a wide view of the garden.
A payphone is located in the reception hall for your convenience.
We take great care to ensure that your stay with us will be one of the highlights of your holiday.
We will happily offer you advice on where to go and how to get there. W
e can suggest suitable restaurants in Limerick, and give you tips on the best things to see and do here.