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Royal County Down

Play Royal County Down Championship Course, Northern Ireland

Royal County Down Founded in 1889, Royal County Down championship course offers an exhilarating challenge to even the most experienced golfers. The setting of this links golf course is continually remarked upon for it outstanding beauty. The fact that this course has five blind tee shots and several obscured approach shots makes it all the…

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Royal Belfast


Eighteen hole parkland course rolls gently to the shores of Belfast Lough. The course is very picturesque with many mature trees and many carefully placed bunkers. The greens are undulating and generally run towards the sea. A very pleasant course that presents a challenge to any handicap golfer. (Back Tees 6,603 Yards / Par 70)

Lough Erne Faldo


Lough Erne opened in County Fermanagh, North West Ireland, in October 2007. It is set on a 600 acre peninsula nestled in between Lower Lough Erne and Castle Hume Lough. Lough Erne Resort has 2 Championship Golf Courses, including The Faldo Course, voted one of the Best New Courses in the World by Golf Magazine. The…

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Royal Portrush Dunluce

Royal Portrush

One of Ireland’s most famous of links golf courses and the only club in Ireland to have hosted the British Open. Royal Portrush Dunluce course is laid out in a marvelous stretch of golfing country. Through a tangle of sand hills the course threads, its way, with the sweeping contours of dunes, lending infinite variety…

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Portstewart Strand


Portstewart Strand A difficult, but open links course giving magnificent views especially from the 1st, 5th and 12th tees. Host to events such as the Irish Professionals and the Irish Amateur Championships. (Back Tees 7,004 Yards / Par 72)   Portstewart Riverside Running from the Clubhouse down to and along the River Bann, the Riverside Course…

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A true links course whose main feature is the 4th hole with a burn on the left and a railway on the right. The club claims the best greens in Ireland twelve months of the year. Castlerock can sometimes be underestimated, or not appreciated for the magnificent links course that it is. There are also…

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1st Hole

A seaside course with superb views over St. Johns Point, Killough Harbour and the Mountains of Mourne. The 2nd hole is played over a gaping gorge to an elevated green. The 11th hole is played from an elevated tee looking down to Coney Island. A memorable golf day is sure to be had (Back Tees…

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