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Ireland’s golf courses continue to feature in the World’s Top 50. With over 300 courses in the country, there’s always a course nearby you can play at, but the icing on the cake is that in Ireland’s golf regions of Dublin, Southwest Ireland and Northern Ireland, you’re never too far from an iconic course. Ballbybunion, Lahinch, Waterville, Old Head, Tralee, Portmarnock, Royal Dublin, Royal County Down and Royal Portrush are some of Ireland’s top courses.
A combination of world-class links and parkland style golf courses designed by the likes of Old Tom Morris, H.S.Colt and Alister Mackenzie make up the gamut of golf courses in Ireland. The designers have made good use of the Atlantic coast and the natural terrain to carve out layouts that are challenging and require clever play. Though some of the courses date back to the 1800s, they have maintained their unique stature and some of them still feature in the finest par 3s in the world.
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Quite simply one of the finest links courses one can play.
Imagine a course crafted by the great Old Tom Morris & largely overhauled with his classy touch by Dr Alister Mackenzie (of Augusta fame).
This is a classic links course which has hosted more than thirteen Irish Opens.
One of the most famous par 3s in the world finds place in this course, the 205 yard Calamity, set along the rigde of a deep chasm.
A relatively young course which Pat Ruddy, in his own words, designed to create an equivalent to St Andrews.
One couldn’t ask for a more dramatic setting, in the foothills of the Mountains of Mourne near Newcastle.
One of the oldest and most historic Golf clubs in Ireland with a course designed by the legendary H.S Colt in 1884.
Set along the scenic Ring of Kerry, the famous Irish designer Eddie Hackett had the imagination and was granted the funds to create an extraordinary and charming links course in 1973.
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