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Oughterard Golf Club

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July 29, 2019
Just 10 minutes away.
May 23, 2019
The Castle Restaurant is the "19th Hole" at Oughterard Golf Club. Located just outside the village on the Galway road. Chef Aidan has a delicious menu. It is very suitable venue for sitdown meals of large groups or parties. Welcomes visitors which are not golfers all the time so do not feel as if…
June 9, 2016
Oughterard Golf Club is an 18 Hole parkland course, which is lined with mature native Irish trees, including Oak, Hazel and Birch. It is an excellent test of golf, with numerous water features, sand bunkers etc. that are strategically placed to protect the par of the course. The Golf Club is…
March 23, 2015
Oughterard Golf Club is an 18 Hole parkland course, which is lined with mature native Irish trees, including Oak, Hazel and Birch
October 15, 2014
Try your hand at beating Rory McIllroy's course record of 68, which he set at 14-yrs-old.

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“offers relaxing cruise day trip across Lough Corrib to visit Ashford Castle and the Abbey of Cong on the opposite shore, with stop-over on one of the lake islands. Will keep you busy for a full day”
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“Located just two miles outside Oughterard, approaching from Galway on the N59, is this 16th century Irish Tower House. Much of the surrounding area was occupied by the O'Flaherty clan, up until this time, but was taken over by The first Earl of Ulster, Walter de Burgo, in 1256. The original castle was probably built by the Earl during this time but was re-conquered by the O'Flaherty Clan by 1300.”
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“Glengowla Mines and working farm are steeped in history. In those days, monks often put valuable covers on their books and manuscripts, and the silver and other precious metals found here were sought after. The first miners at Glengowla were the Hodgsons from Gortevagh. Book covers were often made of metal and decorated with valuables such as jewels. The monks paid silversmiths to make gold and silver chalices. An example of these chalices is the Ardagh Chalice, which you can see in the National Museum in Dublin. The Ardagh Chalice was made in the eight century AD. Ireland is the biggest miner of lead in Europe and along with the lead found at Glengowla when mining started, there were large marble chambers and caverns studded with lead and silver pyrite and veins of calcite and quartz in addition to other precious materials. The mine is noted for its rare and beautiful octahedral crystals of fluorite and quartz. The Geoghegan family became the first owners of Glengowla after Independence and it was probably due to the Great Famine that mining started in 1850. ”
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“On the Wild Atlantic Way Coynes Bar and Bistro serves wonderful food. Great views from the Bar.”
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Oughterard, Galway
Sími(091) 552 131