Green Fees are extremely popular at Ross Golf Course, the idyllic location only a stone’s throw from the town centre of Killarney makes it the perfect spot to facilitate your golfing needs during a trip to the Kingdom. Our stunning nine-hole course is a firm favourite with many locals, visitors, social clubs and golf societies from all over the world. The Racecourse Cafe is ideally situated within our warm clubhouse adjacent to our changing /locker rooms.
We also offer golf club rental, golf buggies, arrangement of caddies, private dining areas for prize giving celebrations and much more. If you have specific requirements, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our wonderful team today. Come along and play a round of golf at Ross Golf Course where you can also hire your bag & cart for €59, for more info call us on (064) 6631125.
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We came to visit Ireland and settled in Killarney for a week, such a breathtaking place. During our stay, we asked our hotel for suggestions on some activities that we could all do for the day and one of their suggestions was Ross Golf Course, so we decided we would check it out. The golf course is set in a fabulous location that is intertwined with a horse racing track with Epic views of the surrounding mountains. We all had a blast, – 5 stars.
Harper Anderson – Boston USA
We had a fantastic day of golfing at Ross Golf Course, the staff were so friendly and helpful. The group all agreed that we would highly recommend Ross Golf Course to anyone. We will defiantly return again soon.
Mike Walsh – Cork
Ross Golf Course Killarney
A unique 9 hole parkland experience designed and built in and around Killarney Racecourse
Ross Golf Course is one of Ireland’s most scenic golf courses. The stunning nine-hole parkland course situated at Killarney Racecourse was opened in 1995. The course takes in the magnificent views of Killarney National Park, Ross Castle, the Lakes of Killarney and the MacGillycuddy Reeks.