Enniscrone

Miele All-Ireland Fourball glory for Ballybunion

Ballybunion beat Rockmount 2 ½ - 1 ½ to claim the Miele All-Ireland Fourball Championship in bright sunshine at Newlands.

Miele All-Ireland Fourball glory for Ballybunion

US veterans tour Ireland for bonding and healing through golf

Keep an eye out for these US veterans as they play golf and head from Rosapenna to Carne, Mount Falcon Estate, Enniscrone, the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa in Galway and the Galway Bay Golf Resort, all with the support of Failte Ireland and Tourism Ireland, over the next few days. 

US veterans tour Ireland for bonding and healing through golf

Ballybunion, Rathfarnham, Enniscrone and Rockmount crowned Miele Regional Champions at Tullamore

Players, panels and supports arrived to Tullamore Golf Club early on Monday morning to warm up and prepare for battle in the Miele Fourball Regional Finals.

Ballybunion, Rathfarnham, Enniscrone and Rockmount crowned Miele Regional Champions at Tullamore

Spanish Point on track for back-to-back AIG Pierce Purcell wins

Reigning champions Spanish Point are one match away from defending the AIG Pierce Purcell Shield after booking their place in the All-Ireland Final, writes the GUI.

Spanish Point on track for back-to-back AIG Pierce Purcell wins

Mehaffey looking dangerous at Enniscrone

Olivia Mehaffey will be bidding to go at least one better than last year when she faces Holywood's Jessica Carty in the semi-finals of the Irish Women's Amateur Close Championship  at Enniscrone on Tuesday.

Mehaffey looking dangerous at Enniscrone

Atlantic Coast Challenge set for July

Carne Golf Links in Belmullet, County Mayo is one of the host courses for the Atlantic Coast ChallengeEveryone knows Ireland’s big links courses. Royal County Down, Royal Portrush, Portmarnock, Ballybunion and Waterville are on every golfer’s bucket list. But there are three gems in the north-west that offer an unforgettable golfing experience - Carne Golf Links, Enniscrone and County Sligo.

Remembering Eddie Hackett

Eddie Hackett at St Patrick’s Maheramagorgan course on the day he laid the last sod, two months before he died, on 31 October 2006. It was the last time he set foot on a golf course. Picture courtesy http://www.stpatricksgolflinks.comEddie Hackett is widely regarded as The “Father of Golf Course Design” in Ireland. Few, if any have had such an influence over the game of golf in Ireland and how we play it to- day. Already in his late fifties before designing his first 18 hole course, there is little doubt that his legacy lives with us today.

North West wins “European Golf Destination of the Year 2011”

The Old Course at Ballyliffin is one of the gems of the North WestNorth & West Coast Links Golf has been voted “European Golf Destination of the Year 2011” by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO).