Timmy_d Registered User
#1

can anyone recommend any?

Evil_Clown Registered User
#2

Depends on what part of the county you are in really.
On the coast there is a really nice 18 hole lynx pitch and putt on the road between lahinch and liscannor. Just as you are coming into Liscannor village it's on the left you can't miss it.
I have played it a couple of times it's fun

raido9 Registered User
#3

There's one just outside ennis on the lahinch road if I'm not mistaken. Its been a while since I've played there but it was a decent course.

latchiko Registered User
#4

Evil_Clown
On the coast there is a really nice 18 hole lynx pitch and putt on the road between lahinch and liscannor.

I've played that course a few times too. It's a great little course, the dunes make it that bit more interesting than most P&P courses.

Clareman Moderator
#5

There's 1 at the Halfway House pub on the way into Ennis, nice little course, there's another 1 further out the Lahinch road in Kilnamona, that 1 up in Lahinch is susposed to be great.

It's been a while since I played pnp, sorry I can't be more help

Green Giant Registered User
#6

The Walton Lodge, on the road between Sixmilebridge and Newmarket-on-Fergus

GospelGroupie Registered User
#7

Walton Lodge is nice, but a bit hard to find. From Shannon heading to Sixmilebridge, turn left just after Ministers Cross (a petrol-station & shop on a cross-roads), heading up towards Kilkishen. Cross the SMB to NOF road and keep going. Walton Lodge is on your right-hand-side.

Another good course is on your left as you head out towards Doolan pier. It's hilly & blustery, but a very good course all the same, in a great part of the county.

Enjoy

wuzziwig Registered User
#8

I don't play PnP much any more but the course in Kilnamona is fantastic. The family that run it are also very, very pleasant to deal with. Definate thumbs up from me.

The one at the Halfway is also decent enough.

Wanders_fan Registered User
#9

one in lahinch is savage the one in doolin(not sure if its still open)is pretty class too.toss up between the two for the best

haille Registered User
#10

Try Woodpark pitch and putt club at Mountshannon in East Clare ,surrounded by native woodland trees.

Jay P Registered User
#11

The Halfway House? Beside the West County on the way into Ennis.

BLITZ_Molloy Registered User
#12

The Half Way House is a decent course. I haven't tried the one 8 or 9 miles out the Lahinch road yet. Keep forgetting it's there.

Laserface Registered User
#13

haille said:
Try Woodpark pitch and putt club at Mountshannon in East Clare ,surrounded by native woodland trees.


savage!!!!
just what i was looking for.
thanks Haille


god, isn't the internet brilliant?

Vegeta Moderator
#14

Mountshannon is a lovely spot actually

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