Along the rugged Atlantic coast of Southwest Ireland, Co. Kerry is home to the first Arnold Palmer designed course in Europe – Tralee Golf Club. This traditional links course opened for play in 1984 and offers a fine test of the game measuring nearly 6,700 yards.
Winding through dunes and bringing the exposed coastline into play, the par 71 layout provides wonderful views from Barrow out toward Fenit Island and the Atlantic. Tralee features towering dunes, undulating fairways, punishing rough and cliff top tees and greens as it combines traditional seaside golf links and dramatic scenery…such as the backdrop of the majestic Slieve Mish mountain range which runs along the Dingle peninsula to the West.
After golf, head to the clubhouse for warm Irish hospitality while you enjoy panoramic views of this sensational Palmer design – Tralee Golf Club.
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