The beautiful links at Lahinch Golf Club in County Clare, Ireland have been testing and enthralling visiting golfers for over a century. Way back in 1894, Old Tom Morris was commissioned to make full use of the natural terrain, especially the giant sand dunes at Lahinch. Old Tom believed that Lahinch was the finest natural course that he had seen. Two of Morris’s creations were the famous Klondyke & Dell holes, these still remain today. They continue to be the most memorable talking points for first time visitors to Lahinch and are seen locally as fitting tributes to the great Scotsman. There is no dull moment on this traditional links course, where the bunkers act as relentless traps and greens are not easily reached.