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Introduction to the Tournament.

The  West Coast Challenge is played over the finest links courses along the West Coast of Ireland- Bundoran, Donegal, Strandhill and Enniscrone, each a superb test of the most ardent golfers skills and each magnificently situated against the rolling seascapes and mountain backed hinterland of Donegal and the Yeats Country..

Bundoran Golf Club

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The 2018 tournament will take place from Monday 3rd  to Thursday September 6th 2018 and is open to teams of three. The overall   presentation of prizes for individual and teams takes place on Thursday 6th September in Bundoran Golf Club, (the tournament office). Daily prizes will be handed out at each venue to the winners.

The Competition will be run under GUI Rules. The Organising Committee reserves the right to revise any players handicap during the tournament. The decision of the Organising Committee shall be final in any matter relating to the tournament.

2018 Tournament.

The Entry Fee for the Tournament is: €135.00 per person.

Closing date for entries - 16th July 2018 to Tournament Secretary. (See Contact page).


Entry Fee.

Entry Form Download.

Bundoran: Designed by the great Harry Varden and an early training ground for the illustrious Christy O' Connor Snr.

Bundoran is a challenging par 70 of 5,688 meters.  It sweeps along the sea with undulating terrain..


Donegal Golf Course (Murvagh), is an outstanding championship links course, which lies on a peninsula in Donegal bay.     

The course is set over dunes formed by the might of the Atlantic Ocean. It is described by British Open Champion Darren Clarke as “one of my favourite courses in the world.”

Enniscrone; venue for  GUI / ILGU top amateur events, Ladies and Gents Irish Close and Cups and Shields Finals. This gem of a links has some amazing holes, ranked 14th best course in Ireland by Golf Digest for 2017.

Strandhill: Now described by Christy O'Connor Jnr as "the jewel of the West", this scenic links course is situated between Knocknaree Mountain and the Atlantic breakers, where you will find golf in its most natural form amid the sand dunes of the West of Ireland. Not long at 5,486 metres but a course where accuracy will be rewarded.