Golf often is a place to escape life’s realities so get away from it all at Bantry Bay Golf Club, offering you 10,000 steps with beautiful scenery and plenty fresh air.
Bantry Bay has a great Senior Section that is played every Wednesday and welcomes all newcomers.
The Senior Ladies play at 10.30 and the Senior Gents at 12, so come along anytime for a great days golf.
Golf clubs can be supplied for any potential players.
There are approximately 12 senior ladies and 24 senior men play each Wednesday and all locals or visiting golfers-green fees are welcome to join them at a reduced rate.
The Club has a great history in Juvenile Golf and there has been many County, Munster and All Ireland success stories.
There are over 50 Juvenile members at the club and from 12 years old up, they play Wednesday evenings so contact the office for contact details of the juvenile officers if your kids are interested in playing golf.
The Juvenile officers run a great competition whereby the juveniles can invite their parents-family to join them-enter for a cheap fun day out scramble which is very popular for all golfers especially beginners.
Tristan Coakley broke the course record at the age of 17, on a calm day on The Wild Atlantic Way, the same day that his hero, Rory Mcilroy beat Rickie Fowler and Sergio Garcia to win The British Open @ Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
Tristan used his MD rescue club very wisely to navigate his way around Bantry Bay, he got this club as a present from Ryder Cup star Philip Walton who is a great friend of Tristan and Bantry Bay.
Tristan putted his way to the course record using the MD Seve Ballesteros putter.
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