Killarney Golf Club - The Killeen Course

Founded: 1893
Type: Parkland Course
Par: 72 
Length: 7,123 Yards

Nestled amidst the splendor of the Lakes of Killarney in the shadow of the majestic Macgillycuddy’s Reeks mountain range, the Killeen Course is consistently rated among the world’s top courses and has hosted many major championships including the 1991 & 1992 Irish Open Golf Championship, won on both occasions by Nick Faldo; and also the 1996 Curtis Cup.

There’s no questioning that the Killen Course is the flagship course of the Killarney Golf Club. The course stretches 6593 metres and proves a challenge for long hitters with water hazards seeming problematic on almost every hole. The lakes of Killarney and soaring Mc Gillycuddy Reeks act as a striking backdrop to any game, the view from hole ten is the most notable as you virtually play onto the lake.

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