Co. Limerick, Ireland
Masterfully designed, magnificently maintained, and perfectly set within the glorious estate of one of Europe’s most spectacular manor house hotels, The Golf Course at Adare Manor is ready to take its place among the best championship courses in the world, and will be the host venue for the 2026 Ryder Cup. The recent reconstruction, designed by Tom Fazio, has taken what was already an award-winning Robert Trent Jones-designed course and transformed it into a parkland paradise befitting a country in the top tier of global golfing destinations.
The new course has been created in harmony with the outstanding natural beauty of its surroundings: lush, softly rolling terrain, mature treescaping, and the sweeping banks of the River Maigue flow through the landscape. Despite only opening for play following its reconstruction in April 2018, The Golf Course at Adare Manor has the quality and infrastructure in place to host the world’s largest golf tournaments. Off the course, a cherished heritage of Irish hospitality has been distilled into the spirit of welcome you feel within these walls. Adare Manor was a labour of love from the very start, created to delight, astonish and impress.
That legacy is alive in the manor house itself: sumptuously restored, brimming with Gothic splendour, and perfectly appointed in every detail. As you roam the 840 acres of pristine parkland, play your way through the magnificent golf course, and sound the depths of relaxation in the spa, you will start to understand the soul of Adare Manor. It’s prestige without pretence and magic without nonsense.