Under the watchful eye of Tom Fazio, The Golf Course at Adare Manor completed a vast reconstruction project which saw the course reopen in April 2018 and set a new standard for Irish championship golf. Confirmed as the home to the Ryder Cup 2026, the course offers a spectacular round of golf amid the breath-taking surroundings of a parkland estate; set against the backdrop of the historic Manor House and the winding River Maigue.
The Golf Course at Adare Manor is one of only three golf courses in the UK & Ireland where all 18 greens benefit from a SubAir Aeration System, guaranteeing firm play each day. Each green has been laid with super fine Pure Distinction bent grass, the first layout in Europe to incorporate such a feature, while the course also boasts 17,003 square metres of A4 bentgrass approach surfaces, more commonly used upon the greens of some of the world’s finest championship layouts. The course also boasts a team of 50+ greenkeepers to ensure guests are presented with the finest playing surfaces for their round.
Every bit as strategic as it is scenic, this is a course which demands precision but rewards risk and courage. Golfers of every level will encounter something to inspire, challenge, and improve their game each time they play through.