The Enniscrone Golf Club is situated on a headland over Killala Bay on the Moy Estuary. Rosses Point is the big name hereabouts, but the Dunes course, named for the towering mounds of sand that dominate the setting, should not be missed by any golfer visiting the area. And the area has a great deal to offer, from the spectacular Scurmore Beach to the peaks of the Nephin Beg Range in one direction and those of the Ox Mountains in the other. Eddie Hackett expanded the club's original nine to a full eighteen in the 1970s, and Donald Steel added another nine some time later. These twenty-seven holes allow for a wide range of different combinations. The Dunes particularly rewards good drives, since the tees tend to be raised (which also makes for some picturesque vistas). Any golfer, however, will get pleasure from playing in such pleasant environs.