Beaufort Golf Resort is situated 7 miles from Killarney and often referred to as the hidden gem of South West Ireland Golf. Beaufort Golf Course is nestled at the base of Ireland's highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, part of the world famous MacGillycuddy's Reeks. Set amongst 200 year old trees, 15th century castle ruins, two lakes and rolling meadows, Beaufort Golf Course has been newly redeveloped to the highest standards by Golf Architect Tom McKenzie of McKenzie and Ebert.
Part of the Churchtown Estate, and located only 4 miles from Killorglin, this 7,004 yard Parkland Course is carved from natural terrain and is suited to all standards of golfer.
The front nine holes are relatively secluded and untouched since the building of the new hotel which is now in place. They amble between mature, native trees, around gorse and heavy tree plantings and over gently undulating and wide fairways. The back nine are fairly easy going, and there is a sense of tranquillity in the air around this course. There are no great dangers on the course and bunkers are avoidable with greens that beg you to attack them