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Situated 8km (5 miles) west of Sligo city and nestled under the famous Knocknarea mountain, this 5,675m of undulating fairways and unforgiving short cuts make it a course to remember.
The course is laid out on open heath land, incorporating two natural lakes. Furze features prominently on many holes and the course is a blaze of yellow from early spring onwards.
Golf club comprising 18-hole parkland golf course and excellent practice facilities. Fully stocked pro shop and comfortable changing, bar and catering facilities.
Greenore Golf Club is situated on the shores of Carlingford Lough in the heart of the Cooley Peninsula, approximately 19km (12 miles) from both Dundalk and Newry.
The sheer beauty of the vistas from the course will take your breath away but, when you have admired the scenery, you better concentrate on dealing with some very challenging holes.
Situated in the sunniest part of the country, on the extreme South East coast, Rosslare Golf Club stands on a narrow peninsula with the Irish sea on one side and the huge expanse of Wexford harbour on the other.
Set on the Wicklow Coast this challenging championship course is a test for all handicap ranges and a pure joy to play at any time of year. The course, designed by Hawtree, is renowned for testing and fast greens with running fairways in the Summer.
This 18-hole parkland course, with rolling fairways and undulating greens, is a gem in the South East corner.
Not overly long by modern standards the main hazards and attraction on this wonderfully maintained 27-hole course are its trees. A most enjoyable test of golf that cater for golfers of all abilities. Course record 64.
Cork Golf Club is situated at Little Island close to Cork City. This championship golf course is routed through remarkable golfing terrain incorporating old limestone quarries and the inner reaches of Cork Harbour.
€168 for two persons.
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