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We were blessed with a wonderful sunny day (really!) with minimal wind. We had two great college-age caddies who were fun and good at their responsibilities. The course itself is world-class links golf.
I stopped by the County Sligo Golf Club late one afternoon. It had rained all day and I finally saw some breaks in the clouds. Showed up at 545. I rented clubs. Only the best were offered to me. Taylor Made irons and the M4...More
I called and got a last minute booking later in the day. They kept the pro shop open for us, gave us a great fee, great deal on the club rentals, overall, very reasonable. The course was reasonably easy to play, ( 16 handicap) greens...More
For the North American Golfer the Irish "Links" fairways are a new approach to the game of "Gailf". As Links courses go this is a courser that can be played by a range of competency with the game. Lots of fun!
Spent the weekend playing golf with friends in Rosses Point. Probably not quite as well known as some other famous links courses in Ireland but it’ is right up there with the best.
The course is stunning. The clubhouse is lovely. The staff and caddies...More
Most challenging place to play golf. Wildly windy, wonderful sea views, playing under the shadow of Mount Ben Bulben. Testing golf for the best of us but the location is just wonderful. Had a group dinner at the club house afterwards. Limited menu which is...More
Rosses Point was the last stop in a 4 course trip for 28 travelling members of a golf society early this September. The weather was against us as the tail end of a tropical hurricane made it's way across the Atlantic and with it, a...More
Three of us played the golf course which is in excellent condition. We were playing in the Atlantic challenge the pace of play was very slow it took us over 5 1/4 hours to get around . We had dinner in the club house after...More
Wow what a wonderful outing the Clontarf Castle society enjoyed in County Sligo GC at Rosses Point , we stayed in the Yeats Country Hotel which is situated in the village right next to the Club house. The Golf course is as fine a Links...More
Hi Elizabeth. I imagine you can but there is probably no such requirement until closer to the time. I think their website will accommodate a booking and if it doesn’t extend that far, perhaps ring them?