Portumna Golf Club
Located where the River Shannon enters Lough Derg, our 18 unique golf holes flow naturally through Portumna Forest Park in County Galway. Our course is consistently ranked among the top parkland courses in Ireland and No 1 in Connacht. Famed for its warm welcome, we invite all golfers to come to play in Portumna.
Host venue of the Connacht Strokeplay Championship 2018-2021, a ranking event on both the Irish and World amateur circuit and Connacht Tournament Venue of the Year 2018.
On occasion, you may find yourself delayed momentarily during your round. Not by the group in front of you, but rather by a herd of wild fallow deer, or one or two ducks crossing your path. Enjoy the serenity of the moment.Learn
Diversity Of Colour
Mature and graceful trees are abundant throughout the 18 holes, and backdrop the full range of seasonal colour to provide a different challenging experience, no matter what time of the year it is played.View
Portumna Golf Club was founded in 1913, with the original 9-hole course relocating to its current location in 1934. Continuous improvements lead to expanding to 18 holes in the 1980s, and the new course opened in 1992, with the exansion of the clubhouse in 1997Read History
There are a number of local accommodation options if you wish to stay in the vicinity prior to or after your round at Portumna Golf Club. You can also avail of some play & stay options. Open to corporate / societies and green fee guests. Contact the club for more informationRead More
Golf Club Restaurant
Our head chef Cathal, and his talented team, extend a warm welcome to all, whether dining after your round, or as a visiting guest. With locally sourced ingredients, dishes can be tailored depending on dietary requirements, so just let us know and we'd be happy to helpInfo & Booking
Flora & Fauna
A true parkland course, with a large variety of tree species, including Scots pine and Norway spruce. Majestic beeches dominate the skyline, and keep an eye out for our fallow deer, red squirrel, fox, and 85 different bird breeds, which reside in the Forest Park.Learn More