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Skellig Bay Golf Club

Address Skellig Bay Golf Club, Waterville, County Kerry, Ireland
Telephone + 353 (0)66 9474133
Website www.skelligbay.com
Email info@skelligbay.com
Holes 18-hole clifftop course
Yardage Up to 7100 yards
Par 72
Visitors Welcome, contact in advance. Proper golf attire required.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
All tee times are subject to availability. Please phone club in advance to book.
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Green Fees

18 holes E
Societies Society rates available (groups of 20 plus)
Course Designer Ron Kirby
The course opened for play in Spring 2006.
Location Situated on the beautiful Ring of Kerry, Southern Ireland.
1 km south of waterville, 1 hour from Kerry Airport, two hours from Shannon and Cork Airports From Killarney take N72 road to Killorglinand at Killorglin the N70 to Cahersiveen via Glenbeigh. From Cahersiveen continue on the N70 to Waterville.
• Skellig Bay Golf Club enjoys a special relationship with The Waterville Lake Hotel which offers:
- Attractive accommodation & green fee packages as well as preferred tee times. Large groups and societies can be accommodated.
- Restaurant & Bar
• Pro Shop:
- Full range of Clothing / Accessories / Custom fitting and repairing of golf equipment / Mail order service (enquiry form or phone +353 (0)66 947 4133)
- P.G.A. Professional / Golf Lessons / Indoor Swing Studio, swing analysis, Video lessons, Explanar, All-weather putting green, Children's school holiday golf camps
NB Pre-booking is advisable for all hire equipment.
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About the Course "Part of the design approach, it was important for the course to fit comfortably into the landscape and reflect local heritage. This can be seen in the many dry-stone walls that frame the course and also in the design of the Starters Hut. This is an accurate reproduction of one of the "beehive" huts found in the magnificently preserved monastic settlement on the world-famous Skellig Michael - the larger of the two Skellig Islands that jut dramatically from the bay."
" Nestling in the shadows of the towering McGillicuddy Reeks, the golfer has to negotiate the river Fionnglass for the opening and closing holes but it is the stretch from six to sixteen that lives in memory long after the last putt has been sunk. Here the awesome beauty of the Bay hits you full in the face as you play through holes framed by over 8000 yards of ancient "famine" walls."
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