Tralee Golf Club

About the course

The Tralee Golf Club course, lost among the sea waves and wide green pastures of Ireland’s west coast, is not just a golf course – it’s a place where natural beauty becomes part of your game.

Anchored in the landscape of County Kerry, Tralee Golf Club invites players to wander across vibrant green fairways and enchanting dunes, while the Atlantic Ocean skyline winds on the horizon. But what makes Tralee truly unique is its connection to history and legend.

The course was founded in 1896, but didn’t really gain its reputation until the 20th century when it fell into the hands of Arnold Palmer, the legendary American golfer. Palmer redesigned and expanded Tralee Golf Club, adding his distinctive style and making the place even more engaging.

For players, Tralee Golf Club offers not only beautifully built holes, but also challenging obstacles that require skill and courage. With the winds blowing in from the Atlantic, a game at Tralee becomes not only a sporting feat, but also an adventure that draws you into the heart of the wild Irish countryside.

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Ranking Ireland 16
Architect Arnold Palmer
Year of foundation 1896
Par Course 72
Number of holes 18
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