Portmarnock Old

Portmarnock, County Dublin, Ireland

Portmarnock is one of the finest golf links in Ireland. Though the landscape is relatively flat, each hole has its own individual character, the total of which is a memorable challenging golf links, regarded as a classic world wide. Portmarnock is surrounded by water on three sides and is unique in the no two successive holes play in the same direction, thus making judgement of the wind all the more difficult. More important golf tournaments have been held at Portmarnock than any other Irish course. The British Amateur, The Walker Cup, and Canada Cup have all been held here. But it is perhaps the Irish Open and the illustrious list of winners at Portmarnock, including Ben Crenshaw, Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer and Jose Maria Olazabal, that most people came to know the Portmarnock Golf Club.

Course Information and Facilities

Address:
Portmarnock, County Dublin, Ireland 

Carts:
No

Region:
East 

Caddies:
By request

Founded:
1894 

Pull Trollies:
Yes

Course Architect:
W. C. Pickeman 

Catering:
Bar and Restaurant 

Course Type:
Links 

Major Events:
Has hosted 75 championships including the Canada Cup (now known as the World Cup), the Walker Cup, countless Irish Opens and various Irish amateur championships. 

Par:
72 

Practice Facilities:
Driving Range, short game area, and putting green 

Length:
6,680 

Guest Locker Rooms:
Yes

Pro Shop:
Yes

Location