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Waterford Castle

A perfect setting for a championship course could not be imagined, even in a country that seems to have been designed by nature for the game of golf. The natural lie of the land has been used to fashion this, Ireland’s first island golf course – every existing hillock, slope and tree plays its part….

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Galway Bay

Christy O’Connor Jr., Ryder and World Cup player, designed this 18 hole course to highlight and preserve the ancient historic features of the Renville Peninsula. The spectacular setting on Galway Bay is distractingly beautiful and the cleverly designed mix of holes presents a real golfing challenge, which demands total concentration. (Back Tees 7,308 Yards / Par…

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Situated on the shores of Clew Bay and set in 260 acres of parkland, Westport offers golfers a memorable challenge. The course commands a wonderful view of Clew Bay and is dominated by the Holy Mountain, Croagh Patrick. The signature hole on this course is the par 5 fifteenth which reaches 586 yards and features…

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Rosses Point

The County Sligo Club, or Rosses Point as it is more popularly known, is one of Ireland’s great championship links. It has been home of the West of Ireland Championship held each year since 1923. Set among vast sand dunes on the cliffs overlooking three large beaches. Constant winds are an added factor to its…

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Rosapenna Sandy Hills

Sandy Hills Links Designed by the extremely talented Pat Ruddy, Sandy Hills has been laid out on the dunes above the existing Old Tom Morris course. Intended for the serious golfer, its narrow fairways appear constricting from the tee, but the landing areas sculpted from the dunes are deceptively wide. Measuring a hefty 7,255 yards from…

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Golf has been played on the Portsalon links since the 1880’s. The club was one of the founder members of the Golfing Union of Ireland, the oldest golfing union in the world. Originally designed by Thompson of Portrush, the layout has evolved over the decades with significant changes under the guidance of Pat Ruddy in…

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Enniscrone Dunes Links course, on the shore of Killala Bay, is one of the many marvelous tests of golf found in Ireland. The quality of the golf is matched by the surroundings, with the Ox Mountains close at hand. Each golf hole follows the natural contours of the land. It challenges golfers of all abilities,…

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Spectacularly located on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean with the Twelve Bens Mountains as a background, this is a big hitter’s championship course and as challenging as any to be found. From the testing dog leg opening hole through to the breathtaking back 9, which have been acknowledged as the “equal to any in the…

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Ballyliffin Glashedy

Ballyliffin Glashedy Links Nick Faldo called this course the Royal Dornoch of Ireland. It’s Ireland’s most northerly course and in windy conditions can challenge the best golfers at the top of their game. It has two holes that really stand out, the par 3 fifth, known locally as “The Tank” and the highly difficult par…

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No emerald sparkles brighter than Carne, an 18 hole championship course set in the towering sand hills in the extreme West of County Mayo, near the remote village of Belmullet. Designed by Ireland’s best known architect, Eddie Hackett, Carne is surely destined to become one of the finest courses in the world. The tees and…

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The Island

The Island Golf Club was among the first twelve Golf Clubs to be founded in Ireland. Enveloped on three sides by the sea, this is a naturally true links course. The 1st, 3rd and 7th are probably the best holes on the outward nine but the most spectacular are to be found on the inward…

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The Heritage

The Heritage Bellesteros, a 72 par Championship golf course in Ireland, designed by Seve Ballesteros and Jeff Howes Golf Design is set in the beautiful rolling countryside of Co. Laois, just one hour from Dublin. 5 lakes and a stream meander through the course and brings water into play on 10 holes. 98 beautifully shaped bunkers…

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Royal Dublin

This links style course is designed in the old traditional design resembling St. Andrews. The fine fescue grasses provide excellent greens and fairways while a wandering wind provides and often adds that extra hazard. Fine sand bunkers, close lies and subtle traps, are all extraordinary features of Royal Dublin. (Back Tees 7,269 Yards / Par 72)

Portmarnock Links

One of Ireland’s newer championship links. Designed by Masters champion, Bernhard Langer, this magnificent site was chosen to be his first design of many. Opened in 1995, the perceptive planning provides all the necessary ingredients for the links purist. You will enjoy your round at this former stop on the PGA European Tour. (Back Tees 6,444…

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Portmarnock Championship

Host to some of the greatest tournaments in golf, including the Walker Cup , Canada Cup (World Cup), Portmarnock Championship has hosted the Irish Open on 19 occasions, beginning in 1927 when the tournament was first held. This course displays what many consider to be the finest use of bunkering on any course in any…

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Mount Juliet

The only Jack Nicklaus designed course in Ireland, this layout features old specimen trees, many water hazards and contoured greens. Host already to the Irish Open as well as many national and international competitions such as the 2002 and 2004 Amex World Championships, and other events such as the Irish Opens of 1993 to 1995….

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K-Club Palmer

The Palmer Ryder Cup The layout was designed by Arnold Palmer and cleverly uses the existing woodland and water. The course hosted the Ryder Cup in 2006, and has been the regular venue for the European Open, one of the European Tour’s most popular events, since 1995. Ranked as one of the top three parkland…

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Druids Glen

Druids Glen Druid’s Glen lies between the Wicklow Hills and the Irish Sea, 20 miles south of Dublin. Opened in 1995, Druids Glen was designed by Tom Craddock and Pat Ruddy and is arguably the finest parkland course in Europe. Just a year after opening, Druids Glen hosted the Irish Open for four years in…

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County Louth (Baltray)

County Louth Golf Club or “Baltray” as it is more affectionately known is situated 4 miles from the historic town of Drogheda at the mouth of the river Boyne. With the river to the south and the Irish Sea to the east. This is Links golf at is very best, with only the muted murmur of a ships…

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Carton House Montgomerie

Designed by Colin Montgomerie, it’s a journey across sweeping fairways, cavernous bunkers and impeccable greens. An adventure from first to last Carton House Montgomerie is proud to have hosted the world’s finest golfers at the 2005 and 2006 Irish Opens. (Back Tees 7,301 Yards / Par 72)