There are four 18 hole golf courses within a 12 mile radius of the Glen of Aherlow, two of which are championship designed courses. Located on the Glen of Aherlow Road in Tipperary, Dundrum, Ballykisteen and Cahir, they offer plenty of varied choice and challenge to golfing enthusiasts. Green Fees are reasonably priced.
Tipperary Golf Club
Tel: [+353] (0)62 51119
Beautifully situated in the shadow of Cordangan Woods and the Galtee Mountains. Just one mile from Tipperary town. Scenic but testing 18 hole parkland course. Visitors welcome. Phone for weekend bookings. 5843 metres, Par 72.
Facilities include bar, restaurant, pro shop and driving range.
Ballykisteen Hotel & Golf Resort
[+353] (0)62 32117
Directions: 5 km west of Tipperary Town. Club trolley and caddie hire available. Practice facilities, bar and restaurant available.
Course Details 6765 yards, SSS: 73
Narrow fairways dominate this course. However the golfer has a variety of tees to play from thus altering the difficulty of the course and accuracy required to suit ones handicap. Plenty of water.
County Tipperary Golf Club,
Tel:[+353] (0)62 71116
County Tipperary Golf And Country Club was founded in 1986. The course was designed by Philip Walton. Using the natural features of woodland and parkland interwoven by the Multeen River. Philip created a challenging par 72, a real test of golf.
Cahir Park Golf Club
Tel:[+353] (0)52 7141474
Half-a-mile from Cahir town on Clogheen road. Parkland. 18 holes 5740 metres.
A stunning setting in the old Demesne of Cahir castle, with the River Suir running along below.