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Video Ep. 21 | Have Clubs Will Travel: Lahinch Golf Club

Lahinch Golf Club is often referred to as the St. Andrews of Ireland. While perhaps a compliment, the course does not stand in the shadow of any design. The Old Course, which sides up against Liscannor Bay in western Ireland, originally was designed by Old Tom Morris in the 1890s and refined by Alister MacKenzie some 30 years later. Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood showcases Lahinch in the latest episode of the Where To Golf Next travel series.

If wandering goats are seeking shelter near Lahinch Golf Club's clubhouse upon your arrival, then be prepared for a round with wild weather off Liscannor Bay. That is just one of the quirks of the fabled Old Course that was originally designed by Old Tom Morris and later enhanced by Alister MacKenzie. It's often referred to as the St. Andrews of Ireland, but that may not do the course complete justice. Have Clubs Will Travel host David Wood explores a few reasons why Lahinch is so special in the latest episode of the Where To Golf Next travel series.

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