Glashedy Course at Ballyliffin Golf Club

Ballyliffin, Ireland

 As hard as it is beautiful. And it’s pretty damn beautiful.


The Glashedy course at Ballyliffin is long and challenging links with wild, undulating greens. Sweeping dunes ripple through the property. It’s a modern course and it feels built for championships – it was designed to test. And to punish, if you fail the tests. It would all be too much, if the course wasn’t so stunningly beautiful. The oceanside setting, the shaggy land the course is routed over, the distant craggy peaks. Ballyliffin is unforgettable. It makes the punishment seem worthwhile.




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Course Photos

Course Layout

Course Flyover

What To Know

Yardage & Tees

When to Play

The Glashedy course at Ballyliffin is open year round, weather permitting

April through July are the driest months, while the warmest temperatures can be found May through October.  April through October is a fine time to play, with May-July being your best bet. 






Greens Fees



Greens Fees

January €200
February €200
March €200
April €200
May €200
June €200
July €200
August €200
September €200
October €200
November €200
December €200

Greens fees last verified August 2019. View them on

Visitor Tee Times

Visitors may play the Glashedy course at Ballyliffin seven days a week.

Book a tee time.

Rentals & Caddies

Book caddies and hand carts in advance.

Carts are available for €40.

Practice Facilities
Ballyliffin has a putting green, short game practice area and a driving range.
Other Things To Know

Course Website

Year Built: 1995

Architects: Pat Ruddy & Tom Craddock