Welcome from our Pro

Dear visitor

Welcome to Tralee Golf Club, it is our great wish that your time spent with us gives you great memories and satisfaction. At Tralee Golf Club, you will find one of the most spectacular and challenging golf courses, blessed with a unique location. Our golf course will require great concentration to hit the shots needed, whilst not being distracted by the view of the mountains and rugged coastline.

Our golf shop has been designed to cater for a wide range of golfing needs and golfing conditions (wind, sun, rain and more wind). You can order online or when you visit our golf shop. You will find merchandise from technical product to classic double mercerized shirts to baseball caps etc. For our non-European visitors, we offer tax-back which represents a huge saving.

Our pro-shop staff look forward to meeting you and being on hand to offer advice and help where needed. So practice your chip and runs and punch shots and enjoy the course.

David Power
Head PGA Professional
Tralee Golf Club

Meet Our Head Professional David

Name: David Power

Title: Head Professional

Birthdate: 16/03/1969

Birthplace: London

Education: Attended Abraham Baldwin College in Georgia, USA for two years from 1988-90 on a golf schorlarship.

Turned pro in 1991 beginning work at a local municipal in London. Moved later that year to Sudbury Golf Club in London as Assistant Professional. Graduated from the PGA Training programme in 1995 with First Class honours. Moved to Killarney Golf and Fishing Club in the Autumn of 1995 as Assistant Professional where I worked for three very enjoyable seasons. Moved to Saunton Golf Links in 1998 for 1 year as Head Assistant Golf Professional, which is twinned with Tralee Golf Club. Appointed Head Professional at Tralee Golf Club in June 1999. Duties at Tralee include: Giving Golf Lessons to our members, visting golfers and our juniors, carrying out club repairs. Responsible for Managing and buying inventory for The Golf Shop

Video Lessons

Below are a selection of lessons on how to best approach playing the magnificent 18 holes at Tralee Golf Club.