Designer: Old Tom Morris
The ghosts of Old Tom Morris, James Braid and Harry Vardon still whisper at Rosapenna, though the links has been rearranged any number of times, most recently by Pat Ruddy, who has completed an all-new back nine for the Old Course, which is scheduled to come into play in 2005. In an odd way, Rosapenna is perhaps more out of the way than it was when construction began on the grand Rosapenna Hotel in 1890.
This seclusion is just one reason why it is well worth a visit, particularly in conjunction with a trip to nearby Portsalon. With the opening of the tremendous Sandy Hills links in June 2003, the Rosapenna Hotel and Golf Club can now justifiably boast that it is the top golf resort in Ireland. Only Ballyliffin and Ballybunion have 36 links holes of similar quality, and neither has a hotel to rival the Rosapenna.
What our customers have to say...
“I recently went on a tour trip with my boyfriend. We were with the Milton Chamber of Commerce, May 5th-13th. Our driver and tour guide was Morgan O Flaherty. It was such an amazing trip, best one we have been on in a while. Not only because of the true beauty your country has to offer, but also majority because of the people! Morgan made sure our stay in every hotel was up to standards. He checked in towns to see what events were going on for us to experience, such as ‘Celtic Steps’ and the Bunratty Banquet. Morgan went above and beyond for us and never complained, or told us to be quiet. There was not one question that Morgan did not have an answer to, he was absolutely knowledgable about everything, and had passion in his words. He picked us up with a smile on his face, and chatted when ever we had questions. My boyfriend and I, and everyone on the trip, adored Morgan. We will be in contact with him, and when we come back I would only choose Morgan to drive us and give us a tour. If it were not for Morgan we would be truly lost, and would not have nearly the amazing experience as we did. Thank you for giving us Morgan O’Flaherty as our driver and tour guide”
Laurel Wyllie, MA