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SPANISH POINT GOLF CLUB

Golf Course Reopening 26th.April

The Golf Course will re-open for casual golf for members from Monday 26th.April 2021.

In the initial phase, the Irish Government have decided that participants in sport and exercise activity muse be from no more than TWO households. Therefore, groups playing on golf courses during this initial phase must be confined to a maximum of two households. This means that all tee times must be either two balls, or alternatively three-balls and four balls where players in the group are from no more than two households.

Tee times must be booked in advance online. Players must ensure that their names are recorded on the timesheets.The club V1 time sheet will open at 9.00am on Wednesday the 21st April @ 10 min. intervals from 7 am until 8 pm. The course will be open for play for 18 holes and players are advised to book the front and back nine when registering on the V1 system. It is also important to note that only paid up members for 2021 showing bag tags are eligible to play. The following is a list of other requirements to ensure that golf can be resumed in a safe way:
• Members are asked to ensure that social distancing is observed at all times on and off the course
• Members are requested to only book once per day and a maximum of 3 per week.
• Substitutions and/or changes to tee-times will not be permitted on the day.
• Junior members (U12) must be accompanied by an adult member and be booked in on the Club V1 system.
• Members should not arrive at the Club more than 15 minutes before scheduled tee-time.
• Players should leave the Club as soon as possible after completion of game of golf.
• All play must start from the 1st Tee.
• Clubhouse toilet facilities will be open.
• Clubhouse will be open from the back door only for take away coffee/water etc.
• Members should have their own hand Sanitizer.
• Flags shall not be removed from the holes and cups will be raised to facilitate this
• Bunkers are in play (players to level sand with shoes as bunker rakes have been removed).
• Air hoses have been removed.
• Practice area is closed

It is envisaged that a large number of members will be booking on line and this may cause a difficulty for members to book a time slot. It is recommended, therefore, that members who are retired or not working, where possible, could play during the week and leave Sunday’s timeslots for those members who are working and can only play at weekends.



The 2020-21 Spanish Point Golf Club Captains John Lewis and Yvonne O'Keeffe wish members and visitors a very warm welcome to the club.

Opened in 1896 and Affiliated 1915, Spanish Point Golf Club voted the Best 9-Hole Golf Course in Munster 2019 by the Golfers Guide to Ireland, is situated just 3 km south of Miltown Malbay on the N67 and is only 10 km from Lahinch and Doonbeg. It is a mature and beautiful classic 9 hole links course which covers an area of over 5,000 yards for 18 holes (par 68) with natural drainage and rarely closes in bad weather.

On the Wild Atlantic Way and overlooking the beach at Spanish Point, it offers fine views with typical West Coast of Ireland Atlantic conditions, which adds to the challenge for all golfers.

The course is open from dawn until dusk 364 days of the year and the licensed club bar is open from 9.00 am until 8.00 pm in the summer, (4.00 pm in the winter), where you can enjoy hot and cold drinks and light snacks.

Visitors, societies and groups are always very welcome throughout the year but prior booking is recommended.

Spanish Point Golf Club – 1896
Spanish Point golf course is among the oldest in the country. Golf was played there before World War 1.There were many factors that popularised golf at Spanish Point.
It was a links based golf course playable all year. The West Clare Railway passed nearby. There were fine houses owned by the Moroney estate that accomodated the gentry.
The club was formed in 1896 and was affliated to the golf union of Ireland in 1915. Class and social distinctions were quite marked in the early years but from the 1960’s there was a more enlightened attitude to membership and it allowed a dramatic rise in numbers.

Welcome to SPANISH POINT GOLF CLUB

Golf Course Reopening 26th.April

The Golf Course will re-open for casual golf for members from Monday 26th.April 2021.

In the initial phase, the Irish Government have decided that participants in sport and exercise activity muse be from no more than TWO households. Therefore, groups playing on golf courses during this initial phase must be confined to a maximum of two households. This means that all tee times must be either two balls, or alternatively three-balls and four balls where players in the group are from no more than two households.

Tee times must be booked in advance online. Players must ensure that their names are recorded on the timesheets.The club V1 time sheet will open at 9.00am on Wednesday the 21st April @ 10 min. intervals from 7 am until 8 pm. The course will be open for play for 18 holes and players are advised to book the front and back nine when registering on the V1 system. It is also important to note that only paid up members for 2021 showing bag tags are eligible to play. The following is a list of other requirements to ensure that golf can be resumed in a safe way:
• Members are asked to ensure that social distancing is observed at all times on and off the course
• Members are requested to only book once per day and a maximum of 3 per week.
• Substitutions and/or changes to tee-times will not be permitted on the day.
• Junior members (U12) must be accompanied by an adult member and be booked in on the Club V1 system.
• Members should not arrive at the Club more than 15 minutes before scheduled tee-time.
• Players should leave the Club as soon as possible after completion of game of golf.
• All play must start from the 1st Tee.
• Clubhouse toilet facilities will be open.
• Clubhouse will be open from the back door only for take away coffee/water etc.
• Members should have their own hand Sanitizer.
• Flags shall not be removed from the holes and cups will be raised to facilitate this
• Bunkers are in play (players to level sand with shoes as bunker rakes have been removed).
• Air hoses have been removed.
• Practice area is closed

It is envisaged that a large number of members will be booking on line and this may cause a difficulty for members to book a time slot. It is recommended, therefore, that members who are retired or not working, where possible, could play during the week and leave Sunday’s timeslots for those members who are working and can only play at weekends.



The 2020-21 Spanish Point Golf Club Captains John Lewis and Yvonne O'Keeffe wish members and visitors a very warm welcome to the club.

Opened in 1896 and Affiliated 1915, Spanish Point Golf Club voted the Best 9-Hole Golf Course in Munster 2019 by the Golfers Guide to Ireland, is situated just 3 km south of Miltown Malbay on the N67 and is only 10 km from Lahinch and Doonbeg. It is a mature and beautiful classic 9 hole links course which covers an area of over 5,000 yards for 18 holes (par 68) with natural drainage and rarely closes in bad weather.

On the Wild Atlantic Way and overlooking the beach at Spanish Point, it offers fine views with typical West Coast of Ireland Atlantic conditions, which adds to the challenge for all golfers.

The course is open from dawn until dusk 364 days of the year and the licensed club bar is open from 9.00 am until 8.00 pm in the summer, (4.00 pm in the winter), where you can enjoy hot and cold drinks and light snacks.

Visitors, societies and groups are always very welcome throughout the year but prior booking is recommended.

Spanish Point Golf Club – 1896
Spanish Point golf course is among the oldest in the country. Golf was played there before World War 1.There were many factors that popularised golf at Spanish Point.
It was a links based golf course playable all year. The West Clare Railway passed nearby. There were fine houses owned by the Moroney estate that accomodated the gentry.
The club was formed in 1896 and was affliated to the golf union of Ireland in 1915. Class and social distinctions were quite marked in the early years but from the 1960’s there was a more enlightened attitude to membership and it allowed a dramatic rise in numbers.
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