Golfing in Galway
Salthill Hotel is located in an ideal location for Golf Breaks in Galway. Our Galway Hotel is within a short drive from many award-winning Golf Courses in Galway. Why not enjoy a song and a pint in our Piano Bar after a round of golf in one of the below Galway Golf Courses? Check out our map of golf courses near Salthill Hotel Galway here.
Bearna Golf Club
This 18 hole club designed by RJ Brown is set on the edge of Connemara with magical views of Galway Bay and the Aran Islands. With parkland tees and sand based greens, this club offers a unique golfing experience.
Special concessions are available at Bearna Golf Club for our Galway Hotel guests.
Galway Golf Club
Situated next to Salthill Hotel, Galway Golf Club has unspoiled views of Galway Bay and the Clare Hills.
This club dates back to 1895 and is recognised as one of the finest courses in Ireland.
Oughterard Golf Course
Established in 1973 as a 9 hole course which was upgraded to 18 holes in 1983, this charming and challenging course is set in tranquil parkland at Oughterard - the gateway to Connemara. Renowned for its hospitality to visitors and societies, Oughterard is an ideal venue for either a long or short golfing holiday at Salthill Hotel.
Gort Golf Course
Designed by Ryder Cup star, Christy O' Connor Junior, and officially opened in August 1996, Gort Golf Club is an 18 Hole Championship Golf Course, set in 160 acres of picturesque parkland on the edge of the world-famous Burren and within 200 yards of the historic monastic settlement of Kilmacduagh.
Connemara Championship Golf Links
Nestled between the mountains and the sea in the West of Ireland, the Connemara Championship Golf Links is an exhilarating golfing experience. This picturesque 72 par course with breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean was designed by Eddie Hackett and measures over 7,000 yards. Wind and rainbows are the speciality of the house at this 27 hole course which was started in 1973.
Lahinch Golf Links
Lahinch Golf Links is located two miles from the spectacular Cliffs of Moher and has the distinction of being a MacKenzie course. The Club was founded in 1892, and occupies a very special place in Irish golf: its location, its history, and its characterful layout all contribute to a really special experience for any golfing enthusiast.
Tuam Golf Club
Tuam Golf Club is a premier parkland course and was founded in 1904.
Claremorris Golf Club
Claremorris Golf Club is an 18 hole parkland course situated in the heart of the West of Ireland and was designed by Irish International and Walker Cup player the late Tom Craddock Malahide. It is a spectacular par 73 layout measuring 6131 metres and has an idyllic setting with mature Oak, Ash and Elm a feature on many holes.
Ballinrobe Golf Course
Cloonacastle Estate which dates from 1238, became the home of Ballinrobe Golf Club in its centenary year in 1995. Visitors to the course will quickly realise that the 300-acre estate is an idyllic setting for such a magnificent championship course. The course was laid out and designed by well-known course architect Eddie Hackett and the contoured greens which are 80% sand based are playable all year round.