Adare Manor in the Republic of Ireland has added three more awards to its growing collection, headlined by being named ‘World’s Best Golf Clubhouse’ at the 2020 World Golf Awards.
The Carriage House at Adare Manor was built to accompany and complement Tom Fazio’s renovation of the golf course back in 2018, with every detail of the facility being considered to deliver a globally recognised 19th hole experience.
The County Limerick resort was also recognised with domestic honours for its Manor House, named ‘Ireland’s Best Hotel’ and its championship parkland course, which won the award for ‘Ireland’s Best Golf Course’ for the second year running.
Colm Hannon, CEO of Adare Manor, said: “In what has been a challenging time for many in our industry and for golf courses around the world, this is a wonderful recognition of our team’s tremendous efforts. They have gone above and beyond to welcome guests with remarkable diligence and passion throughout the year, when it was safe to do so; nadaone more so than over these recent months.
“For our Carriage House to be recognised as the number one clubhouse is a great privilege, and we would like to extend our thanks to all those who voted and supported our nomination. We consistently strive to deliver excellence and we will use these accolades to continue to inspire our experiences for visitors to Adare Manor in the future.”
Following the postponement of the 2020 Ryder Cup earlier this year, Adare Manor hosting of the matches has been switched from 2026 to 2027, which will mark the centenary since the Ryder Cup first started.