Adare Manor’s hosting of the 2026 Ryder Cup “will be the single most important event ever for promotion of the region,” Shannon Group have declared.

On Thursday, it was confirmed that the JP and Noreen McManus owned five star resort will host the Ryder Cup in the next decade which acting CEO of the Shannon Group, Mary Considine felt would not be surpassed for the Mid-West.

“To secure one of the biggest and most prestigious sporting events in the world is not just a phenomenal achievement for Adare Manor but an incredible boost for this region. The beauty of this is that it’s not just the event itself in 2026 but it is the build-up, starting from today, that will shine a spotlight on the incredible offering that Adare Manor and this region has.

“It doesn’t get better than this for the region. It is huge validation of everything that JP McManus, Noreen and their team have done at Adare Manor. They had the courage and conviction to invest hugely in something very, very special in the expectation that it would deliver for not just Adare Manor but the region and as of today it is about to, at a level that we could only have dreamed of. This will put the region, which is already famed worldwide for golf and tourism, on the map like never before.”

Referencing the specific impact on Shannon Group and the wider region, she said:  “Between Shannon Airport and Shannon Heritage, this is huge for Shannon Group.  Shannon Airport is the gateway airport for the region and anyone at Shannon during the summer, not least during the recent and hugely successful Irish Open in Lahinch, would see how busy we are with golfing tourists here, many of whom come here for Adare Manor specifically as well. On the corporate jet front alone, Shannon is known as one of the best airports in Europe and we expect a major spike in that traffic from The Ryder Cup”.

Considine is expecting a ‘huge benefit’ for Shannon Heritage attractions such as Bunratty Castle and King John’s Castle. “Ultimately, the big beneficiary will be the wider region, tourism interests small and large across it. It’s incredible news for us and everyone involved in bringing this here must be congratulated.”

CEO of Adare Manor, Colm Hannon stated, “We could not be more honoured to be successful in bringing The Ryder Cup back to Ireland and to Adare Manor. This announcement is extremely humbling for all of us and my heartfelt thanks and gratitude go out to all of those who have played their part in the Adare Manor story so far.”

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