This is a quite stunning championship pay-and-play golf course featuring nine fairways and sweeping, double greens.
The course is situated in a 138-acre and stretches to 6, 538 yards form the championship tees. It is not your normal pay-and-play nine-hole golf course by any means.
Glenlo Abbey was formerly the ancestral home of the French and Blake families, two of the fourteen tribes that ruled over Galway for centuries. The lakeside course opened for play in 1996 and enjoys wonderful views of Lough Corrib and the local area.