Rated as one of the best nine-hole golf courses in Ireland, Fintona Golf Club has been called a "hidden gem," and features well placed trees and vegetation throughout the course, making it a run that requires solid course management and shot-making skills. Founded in 1904, Fintona Golf Club combines playability and a historic, scenic location to make it a delight for those looking to experience a unique and often overlooked Irish golf course. Featured in "Ronan Rafferty’s Great Golf Journeys," Fintona is a parkland course that plays to more than 6,000 yards when played as 18. The river Quiggery runs through four of the nine holes, but rarely comes in to play, serving mainly as a scenic element. Featuring a recently renovated pro shop and with a strong history of customer service, Fintona Golf Club has delighted golfers both local and from abroad for more than a century.