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Castlegregory Gold Club is a superb links golf course situated between the scenic Lough Gill and Brandon Bay, at Stradbally, just 10 minutes from Anchor Caravan Park. The magical colours of Mount Brandon act as a magnificent backdrop to this 5876 yard par 68 nine-hole course. The tranquil setting, combined with the excellent use of natural features ensure that Castlegregory provides golfers with an enjoyable but testing challenge.

The golf club's recently contstructed clubhouse as well as it's friendly staff will provide you with the perfect start to your visit to Castlegregory. Relax with a coffee or tea and avail of the panaromic views of the golf course and Lough Gill before embarking on your round. The clubhouse has changing rooms with hot showers and lockers that can be rented. There is also a shop where you can stock up on Castlegregory Golf Club memorabilia, clothing, shoes, golf balls and much more. 

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Founded in 1992, Killorglin Golf Club is an 18 hole parkland course. Designed by Eddie Hackett, Irelands' foremost golf architect of his generation.


The course on the one hand is overshadowed by the spectacular Macgillicuddy Reeks Mountain Range, including Carrauntouhill, Ireland's highest mountain and on the other it enjoys magnificent panoramic views of Dingle Bay and the Slieve Mish Range beyond.  Killorglin Golf Club can be reached in 40 minutes by car from Anchor Caravan Park.

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Play at Dingle Links Golf Club and experience the beauty of an 18-hole, 6.680-yard course set in breath-taking landscape on the Wild Atlantic Way. This glorious course is a fair test for all abilities and it can be reached in 40 minutes by car from Anchor Caravan Park.


Designed by Eddie Hackett and Christy O’Connor Jnr with undulating fairways only interrupted by its meandering stream or ‘burn’ which comes into play on 13 of the 18 classic holes. As you play the magnificent panorama of Dingle Peninsula is revealed, hidden inlets with small fishing villages, hills and mountains and the great Blasket Islands out in the wild Atlantic. The Irish language is still spoken by many in the region which is rich in history and culture.

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Situated on the rugged Atlantic coast of Ireland's south west, the links features towering dunes, undulating fairways, punishing rough and cliff top tees and greens. Designed and built by Arnold Palmer, this stunning setting represents a true paradise for those willing to challenge what is widely acclaimed as one of the finest links courses in the world.

The golf club has a high end golf studio and five covered bays available for coaching and grass tees outside to accommodate 25 golfers. Golf balls are excellent quality and the range is 300 yards long with several strategic targets.  The club also features a 9-hole putting green, practice area and a beautiful bar & restaurant on site.  Tralee Golf Club can be reached in 35 minutes by car from Anchor Caravan Park.

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