Social Recreation & Hobbies
Milford & District Resource work to promote the development of social cohesion where everyone has the opportunity to participate in the life of the community and have their voices heard. In addition to helping with capacity building for participation the team assist the community and residents groups to identify their needs and develop appropriate plans. A culture of volunteering is promoted where people of all ages and abilities are encouraged to get involved in their community.
The Mulroy Clay Pigeon Club in Milford, Donegal, offers clay pigeon shooting and archery.
Otway Golf Club is situated 5km north of Rathmullan village on the shores of Lough Swilly. It is a short links style course boasting a variety of holes, form short par fours to tricky, deceptive par threes.
Golf has been played on the Portsalon links, Donegal, since the 1880’s. The club was one of the founder members of the Golfing Union of Ireland, the oldest golfing union in the world.
Originally designed by Thompson of Portrush, the layout has evolved over the decades with significant changes being undertaken under the guidance of Pat Ruddy in 2000.
Currently ranked in the top 25 courses in Ireland by Golf Digest, Portsalon continues to progress, with the 2014 Ryder Cup captain, Paul McGinley, guiding further improvements.
Nestled under the Knockalla mountains and stretching along the magnificent Ballymastocker beach, a true test of links golf presents itself. Above all, a warm welcome awaits you.
Be part of it and experience Portsalon!
The Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort in North-West Donegal, Ireland has recently acquired the 370 acres formally known as St. Patrick’s Golf Links (36 holes) that adjoins the 800 acre dune system at Rosapenna. These 36 extra links holes now leave Rosapenna (45 holes to date) with 81 links golf holes along the picturesque Sheephaven Bay including the Old Tom Morris Links, Sandy Hills Links, No.3 Links, No.4 Links & the Coastguard Nine becoming the second largest links golf destination in Europe after St Andrews in Scotland.