Irish Open Golf 2019 Information

Golf Southwest of Ireland, Lahinch Golf Club
Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Golf 2019 Information

The following information is useful for golfers attending the Irish Open 2019 at Lahinch Golf Club. Essentially, we will update the golf event information as we received the info. Certainly, with a bit of luck, the weather will be great. Also, the following page lists the daily scheduling for tee times, scores, places to stay and things to do. 

Irish Open Golf Information Update

Current Schedule of Events: 

2nd July Tue: European Tour Practice Rounds

3rd July Wed: Pro-Am at Lahinch Golf Club and doors open at 07.00 am

4th July Thur: Tournament Round at Lahinch and access start from 06.30 am

5th – 7th July Fri: Round two, three and four at Lahinch Golf Club and access start from 06.30 am 

Notably, ticketing information: please click here, and pay face value for the tickets. Unfortunately, there are other websites selling tickets higher than face value. Therefore, beware of ticket prices that look to good to be true!

Irish Open 2019 Park and Ride

Traffic and spectator information

Partons are recommended to take the FREE Park & Ride shuttle services for the event at Lahinch Golf Club on July 4-7, 2019.

All public parking will be located at the Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open Park & Ride facilities to ensure minimal disruption for Lahinch residents and assist with traffic flow. Spectators are advised to follow the labelled signage to the Park & Ride sites and avoid driving directly to Lahinch town.

Park and Ride services will run from:

Park and Ride times and dates of operation: 

  • Wednesday 3rd July from 7.00 am to 8.45 pm
  • Thursday 4th of July to Saturday the 6th of July from 6.15 am to 10.00 pm  
  • Finally, Sunday the 7th of July from 6.15 am to 8.00 pm

Notable, the park and ride services are free for all spectators and visitors travelling to Lahinch.  Mainly, Visitors who are not attending the golf event may also use the Park & Ride system free of charge.

Irish Open 2019 Park and Ride

Please note the location of the main park and ride is south of lahinch and yes, it’s best to approach the park and ride location via Miltown Malbay or Spanish Point. 

Notably, there will be a free public bus services to and from the event for residents of both Ennistymon and Liscannor during the following dates and times:  

  • 3rd July from 7.00 am to 8.45 pm
  • 4th to the 6th of July, from 6.15 am to 10.00 pm on
  • Finally, on the 7th of July from 6.15 am to 8.00 pm

Indeed, the event organisers would like spectators and people to walk freely between the course and the town of Lahinch. As noted previously, spectators are advised to avoid driving into the town. Because there will be additional traffic regulations and NO PARKING in place.

Notably, please observe the restrictions on the R478 Lahinch Town;

  • Wednesday 3rd to the 7th of July, Liscannor from 6.00 am to 22.00 pm
  • Also, Friday the 5th to Sunday the 7th pf July the N67 Lahinch Main Street from 16.00 pm to 21.00 pm.

Essentially traffic updated 1st June. 

  • Indeed, on May the 10th. The Garda (Irish Police) and the local County Council are now agreed that Lahinch’s Main St, will be a pedestrianised zone for the four day Irish Open European Tournament. Namely, this action was taken to create a fun festival atmosphere in the town after the golf is finished. Also, there will be live music every evening and hopefully the weather will behave!
  • Notably, during the event days, the Liscannor road will be closed from early morning to late evening. The golf spectator traffic will be diverted at Ennis and Inagh towards Miltown Malbay. 
  • Please note that the location of the public car parks will be south and North of Lahinch. The car park south will be located near Moy and the park north of Lahinch will be located at Ballyellery. Therefore, park and ride transport will be used to get to and from the golf event.
  • Finally, the traffic through Ennistymon and Blake’s Corner will be kept to a minimum with members, volunteers, guests and local traffic allowed access along this route. Shuttle Bus services will operate between Lahinch and Ennistymon and Liscannor. 

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Daily Tee times and Scoring information

Notably, the tee time and scoring information:

General Local information

Selected Restaurants in West Clare

  • Atlantic Restaurant, Lahinch 
  • Cornerstone, Lahinch
  • Morrisseys Bar & Restaurant, Doonbeg
  • Doolin Cafe
  • Gregans Castle
  • Gallaghers, Bunratty  
  • Gus O Connors Pub, Doolin
  • Sheedy’s Hotel Restaurant and Bar Food
  • Trump Doonbeg
  • The Wild Honey Inn
  • The Anchor Inn, Liscannor

Selected Hotels and Guest Houses in the west Clare Area:  

  • Armada Hotel, Spanish Point
  • Bunratty Castle Hotel
  • Bellbridge House Hotel, Spanish point hotel  
  • Dromoland Castle
  • Falls Hotel & Spa, Ennistymon
  • Gregans Castle
  • Morrisseys Bar & Restaurant, Doonbeg
  • Red Cliff House
  • Spanish Point House
  • Sheedy’s Hotel, Lisdoonvarna 
  • The Inn at Dromoland
  • Trump Doonbeg
  • The Wild Honey Inn
  • The Lahinch Golf and Leisure Hotel
  • The Clare Inn
  • Vaughan Lodge, Lahinch
  • West County Hotel, Ennis

Selected Things to Do in the Lahinch Area. 

  • Burren National Park 
  • Cliffs Of Moher Visitor centre and take a boat trip to see the cliffs from the bottom!
  • Aran Island 1/2 day trips 

Irish Open 2019 Dos and Don'ts

Indeed, the event hosts would ask not patrons not to make picnics or picnic hampers, theses are strictly not allowed. Additionally, patrons would be asked to use mobile phones in the mobile dedicated areas and there will be  signage as “mobile phone zones”. These are the area mobile phones are permitted for making and receiving calls. Notably, please keep mobile phones on silent mode at all times.

Also, patrons will not be allowed any cameras, computers and other electronic equipment at the Tournament.  Namely, Thursday to Sunday and, patrons can apply for such permissions. Unfortunately, making or distributing broadcasts, commentary, news reports, data, results or statistics by any means in any format or media including any such by mobile phone or other wireless devices are not permitted.

Please read the terms and conditions before buying tickets and learn about patron’s requested consent for photography, filmed and recorded at the Tournament. The event organisers would ask that no dogs (other than guide dogs) or other animals are permitted on to the course.

Finally, please comply with all relevant statutes, signs, safety announcements, directions of the stewards and safety requests. Also, please avoid any unacceptable and anti social behaviour likely to cause damage, nuisance to patrons and players, or injury may result in been ejected from the even.

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