Tralee Golf Club

Region South West
Architect Arnold Palmer
Type of Course links
Number of Holes 18
Length of Course 6877 yards

Built by Palmer, Created by Nature. Arnold Palmer may have been commissioned in the early eighties to design and construct the golf course at Tralee but centuries before that, nature created the cliffs, the dunes, the rugged terrain and the wild Atlantic Ocean all of which combined together to make Tralee one of the worlds most scenic and spectacular true links golf courses.

Beauty abounds with Barrow Strand of Ryan’s Daughter fame only an errant chip away and the Sliabh Mish and Brandon mountain ranges providing a panoramic and spectacular backdrop.

Each hole on this unique golf course offers its own special challenge. A brave heart and steady nerve will be required to tackle the par 5 second, the par 3 third and the par 4 eight. The twelfth, thirteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth have each wreaked havoc with many a fine score on this 6,877 yard course. The treacherous traps and undulating greens all add up to make this a golf course you will want to tackle again and again.
After all that exhilaration you will want to sit back, relax, enjoy a long drink, some wholesome food and behold the panorama that is all around you. You will know you deserve it.

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