After the rough and tumble challenge of the traditional Irish links courses, the tranquil beauty and somewhat gentler pace of Killarney's two classic parkland courses offer a welcome respite. Mahoney's Point and Killeen course are located by the famous Lakes of Killarney in the shadow of the McGillycuddy Reeks. Killeen was the venue of the 1991 and 1992 Irish Open when Nick Faldo triumphed both years and again in 2010, and the 1996 Curtis Cup. The wooded parkland was originally made available by Lord Castlerosse, an avid golfer, whose interest in horticulture is evidenced by the wonderful shrubbery of the grounds.
|Address:||Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland.|
|Course Architect:||Sir Guy Campbell, Eddie Hackett and Dr. W.|
|Carts:||Very limited use permitted on medical grounds only.|
|Catering:||Bar and Restaurant|
|Major Events:||Irish Open 2010|
|Practice Facilities:||Driving Range, short game and putting green|
|Guest Locker Rooms:||Yes|