Roscommon has a choice of excellent golf courses throughout the county.
Roscommon Golf Club
Roscommon Golf Club course is an 18 hole championship course and offers members and visitors an enjoyable and challenging round of golf. Mature trees, which once graced Lord Crofton’s estate, have been retained and new trees have been strategically planted, which not only add to the scenic beauty, but challenge the golfer to plan their route from tee to green. There are water features on the first, ninth, twelfth and fourteenth holes which add to the variety of the round.
Tel: +353 (0)90 6626382
Ballaghadereen Golf Club
A deceptively difficult 9 hole course with alternate tees for the back nine. Strategically placed trees provide the main challenge to an otherwise enjoyable round. Par for the 18 holes is 70, course length 5,339 metres. Visitors are welcome at all times, save for captain’s and president’s days, details of which are given on the website.
This parkland course is located three miles outside Ballaghaderreen. Large parties are advised to contact the club by telephone.
Tel: +353 (0)94 9860295
Strokestown Golf Club
Boyle Golf Club
Formed in 1911, the club moved to its present site in 1972. It is a neat 9 hole course, maintained in peak condition all the year around. We have many visitors who return regularly. The club is known for its hospitality. Food available at weekends and by arrangement. There is a cosy bar in the clubhouse.
New members welcome.
Tel: +353 (0)71 9662594
Castlerea Golf Club
Castlerea golf course is acknowledged as a fine example of a parkland 9-hole golf course. It comprises some 5,682yd and is built around a tributary of the River Suck. The water and mature broadleaf trees represent an interesting challenge for all golfers.
Tel: +353 (0)94 9620068