You can complete the payment form below and the Office will revert to you with confirmation of receipt of payment and reservation details. As this process is not instantaneous (ie. It is dependent on the office being open), there is always a risk that your preferred date and tee time may not be available. If this is the case, we will offer you the next available tee time and if this does not suit, then a full refund will be provided to you within seven days of the payment being received by the Club. The Office is open Monday – Friday, 8.30am – 5.30pm all year round, excluding bank holidays Mondays.
Payments made by credit card will be in the currency of the card holder. The Club has no control over exchange rates made by third parties and can not be held liable for any difference between currency paid or received or any commission or conversion made by them.
Booking Terms & Conditions
Check-in at the Club:
We strongly advise you to check in at the Club at least an hour before your tee time. It is important for the golfer to bring their email confirmation to the Club when checking in.
Cancellations received more than six months in advance of the date of play will be refunded in full. Within 6 months from the date of play, cancellations will result in forfeiture of the full greenfee – with no exception.
We regret that we cannot offer refunds due to delayed/cancelled flights or travel plans, personal injury or illness. For this reason, we strongly recommend visiting golfers have travel insurance tocover this eventuality. (For example, www.insure mytrip.com)
Visiting junior golfers playing the Old Course must be between 14-18 years old, be accompanied by an adult golfer and have a maximum playing handicap of 16.
Pace of Play
A round of golf on either of the courses should be completed in reasonable time, depending on the weather conditions on the day of play. If one of our Rangers deem that play is excessively slow, golfers may be requested to pick up their ball on the hole and move to the next hole. In extreme circumstances, golfer/s may be requested to leave the course if slow play is persistent.
Golf Professionals may on request, receive courtesy of the course. A maximum of one golf professional per fourball is allowed. On check-in, all golf professionals are required to show proof of their professional status.
At the General Manager or Head Professional’s discretion and on production of a handicap certificate, play from the medal tees may be permitted to Category 1 golfers.
The consumption of alcohol is strictly not allowed on either the Cashen or the Old Course.
Complimentary use of the Club’s practice facility is available to visiting golfers prior to their tee-time.
Caddies may be booked on request with the Club – please email your request to email@example.com. Caddies are independent contractors, they may be requested but they are not guaranteed. We will do our very best to meet all requirements.
Buggy Hire/Electric Trollies/Club Hire
A limited number of buggies are available for hire for use on the Cashen Course. Buggies are strictly not allowed on the Old Course for safety reasons. To reserve a buggy for the Cashen Course or an electric trolley for either course, please contact the office. We can organise club hire for you – just email us a request or call us.
Course closure …..
In the event of course closure where the management deem the course unplayable, an alternative tee-time will be offered, subject to availability.
Handicap Certificates …..
Golfers must have an official handicap to play golf at Ballybunion Golf Club (Ladies max. 36, Men max. 24). Please advise all golfers in your party to have handicap certificates available as golfers may be asked to produce same at the 1 st tee by our Starter.
Soft Spikes only to be worn at Ballybunion Golf Club. Metal Spikes are not allowed on the courses or in the clubhouse.
Please note: The Club reserves the right to add more golfers to a tee-time to make a fourball.
Disclaimer: The Club reserves the right to change the terms and conditions without prior notice.
Standard of Dress
Players are expected to wear an acceptable standard of golfing attire when playing golf at Ballybunion GC.
The following examples are unacceptable on the courses:
1. Denim Jeans and Jackets
2. Sleeveless or collarless shirts (Ladies can wear sleeveless tee shirts with collars)
3. Untailored shorts and cargo shorts
4. Sweaters without shirts
5. Football shirts/jerseys
6. Garments displaying slogans
7. Track or Leisure Suits
8. Trainer Shoes or Runners
9. Shirts hanging loose over trousers or shorts and trousers legs tucked into socks
NOTE: Men should wear knee-length or sports socks with tailored shorts.
In the bar and dining room, dress should be smart casual. Please do not wear headgear.
The Club reserves the right to refuse access to the Clubhouse or Course to anyone dressed inappropriately
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.