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    Glasson

    Glasson enjoys a lovely and unrivalled setting overlooking Lough Ree on the River Shannon. Course designer Christy O’Connor Jr. designed a challenging but fair test of golf for golfers of all abilities. The front nine meanders through rolling countryside and the back nine with some stunning holes brings you right down to the lakeshore. The […]

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    K Club Palmer

    The K Club was venue for the European Championship from 1994 to 2005 and venue for The Ryder Cup in 2006, the first time it was held in Ireland. Developed at considerable cost, the facilities are excellent. The K Club is located on a 330 acre wooded estate through which the river Liffey meanders and […]

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    K Club Smurfit

    The Smurfit Course at the K Club has been talked about as the greatest inland links golf course developed in Ireland. The construction has attracted attention throughout Europe because of its scale. The course has many dramatic landscapes with dune type mounding throughout. Fourteen acres of water have been worked into the design especially through […]

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    Killarney Killeen

    After the rough and tumble challenge of the traditional Irish links courses, the tranquil beauty and somewhat gentler pace of Killarney’s two classic parkland courses offer a welcome respite. Mahoney’s Point and Killeen course are located by the famous Lakes of Killarney in the shadow of the McGillycuddy Reeks. Killeen was the venue of the […]

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    Killeen Castle

    Killeen Castle hosts a magnificent Jack Nicklaus Signature Course designed and constructed by arguably the game’s greatest golfer and the world’s preeminent course designer. Spaciously rambling over 350 acres among superb natural woodlands, Jack has created a course that can be set up to provide the sternest of championship challenges but which remains playable and […]

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    Lahinch Castle Course

    The Castle Course situated further inland does not present as tough a challenge as the Old Course and for golfers new to links golf is a good place to begin a links itinerary and to adjust their game.

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    Lahinch Old

    Golf has been played at Lahinch since 1892 when officers of a Scottish Army Regiment based at nearby Limerick, happened upon the vast expanse of sand dunes that is Lahinch Golf Club. Of interest to golf historians is that the course was originally designed by the legendary Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews, who enthused […]

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    Lough Erne

    Nick Faldo in his first design in Ireland has produced an excellent test of golf on a dramatic 600 acre peninsular set between Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne. The fact that over half the holes are lake side with the tenth having a near island green makes for lots of risk reward golf!

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    Mount Juliet

    Mount Juliet Golf Club is situated in a wooded estate through which the river Nore flows and feature on six holes. It had the distinction of hosting the Irish Open from 1993 to 1995 and being the only Irish venue so far for a WGC American Express Championship in September 2002. Strategic bunkering a hall […]

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    Narin & Portnoo

    For over 100 years, golfers have enjoyed the superb links terrain adjacent to the magnificent beach at Narin in Donegal. The view from the fifteenth tee encapsulates all that is magical about this most scenic of areas, with the arc of Narin Strand, Inniskeel Island, Portnoo, Dunmore Head, Arranmore Island and the majestic Atlantic Ocean […]

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    Old Head

    The Old Head Golf Links is a spectacular development, being situated on an Atlantic promontory that rises several hundred feet out of the sea. Surrounded by cliffs and ocean, Old Head affords dramatic views. The most remarkable holes are those running along the cliff tops with their awesome views and shots that carry across the […]

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    Portmarnock Links

    Though very young by Irish golf links standards, Portmarnock Links is quickly gaining a reputation as fine golf layout and was home to The Irish Ladies Open in 2008 and 2009. Bernhard Langer and associate Stan Eby designed a classic golf links. Good use of sand dunes, elevated tees and greens and ninety eight strategically […]

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    Portmarnock Old

    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 […]

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    Portsalon

    Portsalon Golf Club, perhaps because of its remoteness is still a relatively unknown course but is all the better for that, the fairways not too crowded and deserving of the title ‘hidden gem’. Located on Fanad Peninsula beyond the Knockalla mountains, among sand dunes in a seaside location that some have compared to Pebble Beach. […]

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    Portstewart Strand

    Portstewart Golf Club located on the scenic Ulster Causeway Coast and although nobody has found any evidence that the Giant ever wielded a mashie the game has deep roots in these parts of Ireland. Portstewart celebrated its centenary in 1994 and is proud to offer some of the finest golf to be found in Ireland. […]

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    Ring of Kerry

    Located 4 miles west of Kenmare town, the Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club sits majestically overlooking Kenmare Bay, enjoying unspoiled views of the most panoramic scenes of mountains and ocean to be savoured from any course in Ireland. Though relatively new the course has matured quickly and when I first played here the […]

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    Rosapenna Old

    Old’ Tom Morris recognised the potential of the turf at Rosapenna for a natural golf course and was vindicated in that only three of the eighteen greens had to be laid. James Braid and Harry Vardon, two other great masters of the game later modified the layout to enhance the course greatly. Rosapenna golf links […]

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    Rosapenna Sandy Hill Links

    Frank Casey, today’s owner of Rosapenna, dreamed a dream, a second 18 hole links in the dunes overlooking the Old Tom Morris a full century later after he laid out his masterpiece. Frank entrusted the realisation of his dreams to Pat Ruddy whose mastery of links design is matched only by his knowledge and enthusiasm […]

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    Royal County Down

    Royal County Down Championship Course is consistently rated among the world’s top ten courses. Laid out beneath the imperious gaze of the Mountains of Mourne, Royal County Down enjoys a magnificent stage like setting as it stretches out along the shores of Dundrum Bay. As well as being one of the one of the world’s […]

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    Royal Dublin

    Royal Dublin Golf Club is one of the most historic and oldest in Ireland. Royal Dublin is unique in that Bull Island on which it is located ‘grew’ out of the Irish Sea after a sea wall was built in the harbour against which sand collected to form the island. Located just four miles from […]

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