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Journey Through the Legends of Ireland

Mythical Legends Adventure Golf is the perfect way to spend a day exploring the enchanting world of Irish folklore. Each hole is uniquely designed to transport you to a different part of Irish culture, with challenges and obstacles inspired by ancient legends and creatures.

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Standing Stones

Prehistoric Standing Stones dating between the late Bronze Age period (3,300 BC to 1,200 BC) to the Early Iron Age period (1,200 to 600 BC) can be found scattered throughout Ireland, the UK and Europe.

Fairy Forts

The Tuatha Dé Danann - also known as Druids or the Fairy Folk - were early pre-Celtic inhabitants of Ireland. Many fairy forts remain, and legend has it that tunnels from our local fairy forts in the area lead right to the heart of Slievenamon mountain.

Fionn & the Salmon of Knowledge

Fionn MacCumhaill was a Celtic warrior chieftain in Ireland in the 3rd century AD. He lead a clan of warriors called Na Fianna and their story is chronicled in the Fenian Cycle.

Slievenamon Mtn.

Overlooking this site is the beautiful Slievenamon Mountain - often believed to be the home of the gods. The Irish name for Mountain is "Sliabh na mBán" - the Mountain of the Women.

Fionn & the Fire Breathing Goblin

Aillén Mac Midgna (the "Burner") was a fire breathing goblin and fairy musician of the Tuath Dé Danann. Every Samhain (Halloween), he came to the Hill of Tara in County Meath - the seat of the Irish High Kings.

The Legend of Sadhbh

While Fionn MacCumhaill was out hunting with Na Fianna one day, the hunting party came across a beautiful deer. Fionn took the deer home and she transformed back into her true form, a beautiful woman named Sadhbh.

Giant's Causeway

The Giant's Causeway in County Antrim is an area of about 40,000 interlocking basalt columns and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Legend has it that the Causeway was created as a result of an argument between Fionn MacCumhail and a Scottish Giant named Benandonner.

The Rock of Cashel

In the 5th century AD, St Patrick came to Ireland and converted the Country to Christianity in a great Easter event on the Hill of Slane, near the High King's residence on the Hill of Tara. It is believed that while on this quest, St Patrick chased the Devil out of Ireland.

River Suir

The River Suir rises on the slopes of the Devil's Bit Mountain, just north of Templemore, beside the Bed of Diarmuid and Grainne, journeying through Tipperary and Waterford before flowing into the Atlantic Ocean.

Munster Rugby

Munster is one of four Irish professional provincial rugby teams. They compete in the United Rugby Championship and the European Rugby Champions Cup. The team represents the Irish Rugby Football Union's Munster Branch.

Coolmore Stud

The earliest evidence of horses in Ireland comes from bones found in Newgrange, County Meath, dating from about 2000 B.C. Horse ownership was a major status symbol to the Celts. Horses were frequently described in Irish legends as the Companion of warriors.


The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was formed in Hayes Hotel in Thurles on 1 November 1884 to promote and preserve indigenous Gaelic games, including hurling, camogie, Gaelic football, handball and rounders.