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9 holes that a a very pleasant challenge doglegs ponds raised greens it has the lot
You are not in for an easy ride challenging but so enjoyable
Very good condition with great views the Castle ruins stark and beautiful against a coastal background add...More
The ruins are now part of a golf course and the castle 's portal has been closed to make room for a corrugated iron shelter where the course's lawn mower are likely kept. Despite the surprising adaptation, the ruins are worth a look.
We needed lunch and it all looked OK and it was. Fresh sandwiches were produced and a bit of craic from the two ladies looking after the bar. Unfortunately we did not have time to test out the nine hole course around the ruined castle...More
Its a great place to play, not as easy as it looks. The views are amazing. Lacks the space for 18 holes which is a real shame. It was played by Tom Coyne and mentioned in his book -A Course called Ireland. It is well...More
Unable to get into Ballybunion golf course, we found the Ballyheigue Castle Golf Club on a recommendation from a local. The course was beautiful, challenging, well maintained, and affordable. We were able to book a tee time a day in advance (on a Sat morning!),...More
Ballyheigue is about 10 miles north ofTralee. Please relocate marker to the village at the north of trade bay. The castle is of little interest and not really a tourist attraction, however it is visually attractive from a distance.