Donegal Golf Club at Murvagh

Located on the beautiful Murvagh peninsula in Donegal Bay, hence it is generally known as Murvagh. The golf links is cut off from the outside world by a forest of evergreens washed on one side by the great Atlantic Ocean and by Donegal Bay on the other. It has panoramic views of the Bluestack Mountains in South Donegal and the beach that runs along the Atlantic border is one of the finest in Ireland.
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Golf at Murvagh Donegal

Murvagh has  often been described as the Muirfield of Ireland, comparable in terrain with two loops of nine holes, the first nine an outer loop and the second nine an inner loop running in the opposite direction. At almost 7,300 yards (championship) or 7,000 yards (medal) this course is long.

Murvagh offers a genuine challenge to the accomplished golfer and is an all round “true” test of golf. Those less serious will still enjoy this wonderful links as it offers a chance on each hole to win a battle, if not the overall war.

Beach Front Murvagh

Beach Front Murvagh

Beach Front House is a superb modern 4 bedroom holiday home located on the beautiful Murvagh peninsula that juts out into Donegal Bay just south of Donegal Town

Lismore Donegal Town

Lismore Donegal Town

Located on an elevated site on the Old Golf Course Road, just outside Donegal Town, this modern, luxury cottage has panoramic views over Donegal Bay and the surrounding coastline.

Being one of the longest golf courses in Ireland and Europe, it is ideally suited to big hitters of the ball. The reputation of  Murvagh, designed by the legendary course architect Eddie Hackett, has been further enhanced by the new designs of Pat Ruddy.

Continually featured in Golf Worlds Top 100 Courses in Ireland & Great Britain, this is a real challenge not to be missed. Darren Clarke, one of the heroes of the  Ryder Cup held at the K Club, has described Donegal Golf Club as “one of my favourite courses in the World”.

Architect: Eddie Hackett / Pat Ruddy
Course Length: 6619m. (7280 yards)
No Of Holes: 18
Par: 73
Type Of Course: Classic Links
Visitors: Contact North & West Coast Links
Club Professional: Leslie Robinson
Practice Facilities: Practice Range, Pitching Green, Putting Green
Hire Services:  Clubs, Caddie Cras, Golf Carts, Caddies

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