Adare Manor - Golf Course in Ireland

About Adare Manor


Robert trent jones snr. designed adare's first course, which opened for play in 1995. It was a traditional trent jones layout, ranging in length from 7,453 yards from the back tees to 5,082 yards from the forward tees. Trent jones' trademark features were on show, including cloverleaf bunkers, american-styled mounding, and plenty of space. Despite numerous natural features and dangers, such as stately trees and the river maigue, which meanders nonchalantly through the course, the result was highly daunting, fun, but very predictable.

A variety of tournaments have been held here, including the irish seniors open, which has been held here for three years in a row, most recently in 2004. The 2003 irish p.g.a championship was also held here, with paul mcginley winning. The european tour recently awarded adare a three-year contract to host the irish open (2007-2009). The irish open was without a doubt the most successful event in the club's brief existence, and the 2007 tournament featured the longest course in irish open history, spanning 7,453 yards from the championship tees.

The irish open established adare manor as one of ireland's best inland courses, and as a result, the event cemented adare's status as one of the best inland courses in the country. However, the course started to fall out of favor, becoming yet another fun yet challenging resort course.

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