Irish golf is set for an extended spell in the golfing spotlight following Shane Lowry’s Open Championship victory, with the announcement of Adare Manor as host venue for the 2026 Ryder Cup.
Since reopening in April 2018 on completion of a two-year reconstruction commissioned by its owners, the McManus family, The Golf Course at Adare Manor has been propelled to global recognition by a host of well-wishers.
Speaking following today’s announcement, Mr McManus said he was “thrilled” that their Ryder Cup Dream has become reality as Adare Manor HotelThe Golf Course at Adare Manor has been confirmed as the venue to host the 2026 Ryder Cup between Ryder Cup Team Europe & Ryder Cup USA
JP McManus hailed the decision as part of what was an “incredible week in Irish golf” following on from Shane Lowry’s win in the Open Championship last weekend.
The course which has seen some huge developments since Mr McManus bought the resort is rated amongst the world’s best venues. Mr McManus says he aims to host “Greatest Ryder Cup there has ever been”.
Adare Manor Hotel CEO Colm Hannon says Ryder Cup will give venue further positive exposure on the world stage as the The Golf Course at Adare Manor is set to host Ryder Cup USA & Ryder Cup Team Europe in 2026
Adare Manor Hotel CEO Colm Hannon says the 2026 Ryder Cup between Ryder Cup Team Europe & Ryder Cup USA at The Golf Course at Adare Manor is “an incredible opportunity to inspure the next generation to play golf” #SportLK