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  1. Douglas Golf Club

    Douglas, Cork

    Douglas Golf Club is a very flat, parkland course. It was redesigned in 1997 by Peter McEvoy with the intention of utilising land and of making the course more challenging for all and to allow it to be set up to seriously challenge top players at all times. Read more

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  2. Connemara Championship Links

    Ballyconneely, Galway

    Quality approved golf course | approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Read more

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  3. Aberdelghy Golf Course

    Lisburn, County Antrim

    Although not the longest of courses, what this tantalising parkland experience lacks in distance ... Read more

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  4. Malahide Golf Club

    Malahide, Dublin

    Quality Approved Golf Course | Approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off.

    This parkland course offers 27 holes over three different and challenging nines, most recently redeveloped by renowned golf architect Jeff Howes in 2007 and 2010. Why not enjoy the magic of Malahide; you will not be disappointed. Read more

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  5. Larne Golf Club

    Larne, County Antrim

    A magnificent setting on the peninsula of Islandmagee with glorious panoramic views of the ... Read more

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  6. Edenmore Golf & Country Club

    Craigavon, County Armagh

    18 hole championship Golf Course, Spa, Restaurant, Fitness Suite and onsite accommodation. Read more

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  7. Donegal Golf Club

    Murvagh, Donegal

    A golf links that offers the greatest challenges, unsurpassed beauty and tranquility that is almost impossible to find in the modern world. Read more

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  8. Oughterard Golf Club

    Oughterard, Galway

    The course is best described as a parklands course, with traditional limestone walls a main feature throughout. It comprises 18 championship holes that are lined with mature native Irish trees, including oak, hazel and birch. It is an excellent test of golf, with numerous water features, sand bunkers etc that are strategically placed to protect the par of the course.
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  9. Whitehead Golf Club

    Carrickfergus, County Antrim

    The club boasts a challenging but fair 18 hole course coupled with excellent clubhouse ... Read more

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  10. Luttrellstown Castle Golf & Country Club

    Castleknock, Dublin

    Luttrellstown Castle & Golf Club offers an exceptional golfing experience, not only because its unique historic setting has been preserved and protected for generations, but also because we are on the doorstep of Dublin's city centre. Read more

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