Golf holiday in Tipperary – we got you covered
Do you want a Golf holiday in Tipperary but your other half wants to hike and chill out? Then look no further, we have you covered at Corderry Farm. With no less than Five Championship 18 hole Golf Courses all with in a 30-minute drive from Corderry Farm, you will be spoilt for choice.
Tipperary Golf Club
Set in the shadows of the Galtee Mountains on the road to the scenic Glen of Aherlow, this 18 hole course presents a testing but enjoyable challenge for golfers of all levels.
Tipperary Golf Club are proud to deliver a quality and welcoming golfing experience to members and visitors.
Tipperary Golf Club was founded on the 25th of January 1896. Originally located just outside the town in the Tipperary Hills the Club next moved to Crogue, then to Garnacanty before finally settling in its present location, Rathanny, in 1939. From very small beginnings Tipperary Golf Club has grown in stature and numbers. In 1994 the course was extended to 18 holes. Facilities have been continually upgraded and a beautifully refurbished clubhouse was opened in May, 2001.
Dundrum Golf Course Tipperary
This impressive 18 Hole Championship Parkland Golf Course has been woven into the fabric of a mature Georgian estate, designed by 1995 Ryder Cup hero Philip Walton.
Using the natural features of woodland and parkland, adorned by the Multeen River, Philip has created an exhilarating, par 72 course over 7200 yards that provides a real test of golf. To challenge even the best of golfers there are 8 water hazards to combat.
Ballykisteen Golf Club
The Ballykisteen Championship Golf course is a superb 18 hole, 72 par, Des Smyth designed championship golf course which was opened in 1993 and was formerly the famous Ballykisteen Stud.
Nestled in the heart of the Golden Vale, the clever design and suitability to all handicaps makes this golf course an ideal venue for any golf outing.
The golf course is set only minutes from Limerick Junction, County Tipperary in tree-sculptured surroundings against a backdrop of the Galtee Mountains. The golf course is constructed to the highest of standards distinguished by the superb quality of the putting surfaces.
Smyth laid out each hole using the natural contours of the land where possible and incorporated an abundance of bunkers and water hazards which feature on 11 holes. Smyth himself puts forward the 6th as one of the signature holes at Ballykisteen “probably the most difficult in the country; 230 yards from the back elevated tee to a green surrounded by water on three sides and out of bounds on the left, nothing but a perfect golf shot will do”.
Cahir Park Golf Club
In the heart of the Golden Vale. Cahir Park is an 18 Hole Parkland Golf Course on the banks of the river Suir in the heart of Co. Tipperary. Backdropped by the Galtee, Knockmealdown & Comeragh Mountains.
Mitchelstown Golf Club
In the rich and fertile land of North Cork in the shadow of the Galtee Mountains you will find Mitchelstown Golf Club. Founded in 1910 the course has matured into one of Munster’s finest parkland courses.
Built on top quality land the course remains playable all year round. Nominated by Kevin Markham (well known Irish golf writer, photographer and author of “Hooked”) as one of the top ten Irish golf courses for €20 or less in January 2015.