LAHINCH GOLF CLUB
Lahinch's Old Course has benefited both from the natural characteristics of the terrain and from the genius of distinguished course architects. - Alexander Shaw - Old Tom Morris of St Andrews. commented: 'I consider the links is as fine a natural course as it has ever been my good fortune to play over.' In 1927 Dr. Alister Mackenzie was invited to make a number of adjustments to the links. On completion he remarked, 'Lahinch will make the finest and most popular course that I, or I believe anyone else, ever constructed. coming from a man who would very shortly design Cypress Point on the Monterey Peninsula and later help to create the legendary Augusta, it can hardly be taken lightly.