The Dell- hole 5 at Lahinch GC


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Join us as we journey to the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland's west coast.

The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the longest defined coastal routes in the world, wending it's way for 2600km from the Inoshowen Peninsula in the north to Kinsale in the south.

Along the way you may encounter enchanting Irish villages, some of the highest cliffs in Europe, glorious beaches and dunes and most importantly: great golf!


Located in towering dunes right on the beach, the ancient links at Lahinch Golf Club is one of the world's great courses.

Two holes designed by Old Tom Morris will forever be the calling cards for Lahinch.

The par five, fourth hole (Klondyke) travels away from the beach along a valley between the dunes.

The second shot is key!

Players can choose to take on a huge dune blocking their path- or lay up short..

The blind approach is to a green protected by bunker and a road beyond.


The par three fifth hole is called Dell as the green sits neatly between a cluster of dunes.

A white rock on the front dune is the only indication as to the line to the flag.

It's only a short iron, but it is a unique challenge, and great fun..



Together, they are fantastic golf holes!



 To view the full course report for Lahinch GC, please click here




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