Beaufort Golf Club

Beaufort, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland

  • holes:18
  • par: 71 71
  • length: 6.035 m 4.765 m
8.5 3 Reviews This Club is the 21# of 341 in Ireland
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Description

  • holes:18
  • par: 71 71
  • length: 6.035 m 4.765 m
  • architect:Dr Arthur Spring

Located in the south west of Ireland within the county of Kerry is the Beaufort Golf Club and its associated golf course. The site lies around 13 kilometres to the west of the beautiful town of Killarney and the local area is well-known for its astounding beauty and number of excellent golf clubs. The club lies very close to the stunning Killarney National Park and serene Lough Leane making this the perfect location for a tranquil golfing getaway in some of the nicest surroundings that Ireland has to offer.

The course here was designed by the renowned Dr Arthur Spring who has worked on a number of courses across Ireland and the rest of the world. It was originally opened for play in 1995 but was upgraded in 2006 making this a fine course that can be enjoyed by all.

Consisting of 18 holes, the course here is of a parkland style. Measuring 6033 metres from the yellow tees it has a par of 71 and is a good test of golf for players of all skill levels. Features here include well maintained greens and tees and it is often cited as a hidden gem due to its somewhat secluded spot in the bright Irish countryside.

Facilities at the club are very good and there is a bar and restaurant area for players to enjoy in which they are sure to receive a warm welcome. There are also well-appointed changing facilities and a modest professional golf shop from which players can buy a number of items. Practice facilities include a putting and practice green and there is a large car park at the disposal of players also. 

Green fee rates for visitors to this course are very reasonable and change depending upon the day of the week or time of season. Tee time availability is fair and there is sure to be a time to suit all if booked in advance. There are a number of discounts available to play here particularly if you are over the age of 60. 

Getting to the club can be time consuming as it is quite secluded however road links are good and the nearby town of Killarney is well connected to much of the south of Ireland. There a number of accommodation options in and around the local area which should appeal to all tastes from quaint B&B’s to large, luxurious hotels.

For more information about this golf course including ratings and reviews made by fellow golfers please see to the left of this page. Also for golf packages and deals involving this destination as well as others in the local area please click here!

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Reviews (3)

  • Average rating obtained by

    golfShake
    17/11/2011
    1x10
    First class location, well maintained course. The people were exceptionally friendly and made us very welcome which on the way up looked very daunting due to is beautiful surroundings and amazing building. If I spent more time concentrating on my golf rather than looking at the scenery I would have played much better ! Very highly recommended if you find yourself in southern ireland
    This rating for Beaufort Golf Club. is the average of 1 ratings obtained from www.golfshake.com
  • Average rating obtained by

    worldgolf
    21/02/2012
    1x10
    the beauty of this course can not be put into words . It is truely breathtaking .
    This rating for Beaufort Golf Club. is the average of 1 ratings obtained from www.worldgolf.com
  • Average rating obtained by

    1golfEU
    15/11/2010
    1x10
    Anyone who appreciates flat golf courses with plenty of atmosphere, is right here.The rustic-style Club House with very friendly staff awaits the visitor. Many peacocks are often the first companion to tea 1. Then, a lush green park land course which was built around a ruin from the times of Highlander around extends below the highest mountain in Ireland. Here, everyone can take a relaxed round and the course offers abundant opportunities to underage are good expert.
    This rating for Beaufort Golf Club. is the average of 1 ratings obtained from www.1golf.eu

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