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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.
This picturesque 9-hole golf course at Tubbercurry, County Sligo, is centrally located, just 15 minutes from Knock Airport and 30 minutes from Sligo town. The 6,200yd course has full clubhouse facilities.
This championship golf course stands on 120 acres of parkland with many water hazards and stately, mature trees.
This championship-standard course is set on 120 acres of parkland and measures 5,933m with a par of 71.
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.
County Longford Golf Club is a scenic place to play golf, with panoramic views of Longford town and the surrounding countryside to be savoured at almost every hole.
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.
Courtown is an excellent parkland course with an abundance of mature trees and stunning views of the sea and the coastline.
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.
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