Mulranny Golf Club

3-star: a good golf course with many fine features.
   Mulranny Golf Club Est. 1896

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Mulranny Golf Club is home to a stunningly located and immensely scenic nine-hole golf links. This "off the beaten trail" course sits beneath the Nephin mountain range, alongside Clew Bay on the coast of Co. Mayo. The nearby eponymous village, also goes under the name of Mallaranny, Mulrany, Malaranny, Mullranny or Mhala Raithní. A few kilometres to the west lies Achill Island.

On this rustic seaside links course, where grazing cattle keep the grass trimmed, the relatively small greens are typically defended by a single bunker. Not so much a case of "golf as it was meant to be" as "golf as it was, period!". On a fine day you'll enjoy fabulous views of Croagh Patrick mountain and Clare Island as you look across Clew Bay.

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Mulranny Golf Club
off the N59,
Mulranny, Co. Mayo 
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Office   +353 098 36 262
Pro Shop  

  +353 098 36 907

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About the course

The course: 9 holes.
Designer: Unknown
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Metres 5729 4368
Par 71 71
SSS or Slope
At the Same Location:
Above distances for playing the nine holes twice, utilising the 18 tee boxes.
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How2Get There?

1.5 km E of Mulranny / 108 km NW of Galway.

Essential information

Green Fees:
Visitor fee, 18-holes: €15 (all days). Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details. [Last updated: 2020].
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance.
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Did you know?

The village of Mulranny and its surrounds offer stunning panoramic views over the vast seascape of Clew Bay, its archipelago of drowned drumlin islands, the impressive Nephin mountain range and Bellacragher Bay. Here you can enjoy a wide range of activities such as walking, golf, sea kayaking, surfing and swimming from blue flag beaches, shore and sea angling, fine dining and excellent leisure facilities.

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Latitude: (53.902669)
Longitude: (-9.763292)
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