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Ireland Northwest

Irelandís most northerly club; ranked 8th best in Ireland. Originally founded in 1947, however after overplay on the old course, Pat Ruddy and...

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Portsalon Golf Club was one of the nine founding members of the Golfing Union of Ireland, and was designed by Charles Thompson. However, the...

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The Sandy Hills course was designed by Pat Ruddy in 2003, and has quickly grown in popularity over the past few years. The towering sand dunes...

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Eddie Hackett originally designed the course in 1973, with a redesign by Pat Ruddy in 1992. Resting on the Murvagh peninsula, the panoramic views...

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Ranked inside to top-10 golf courses in Ireland. Designed by George Combe in 1894 as a nine hole course, and later extended to 18 holes by Willie...

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Extended to 18 holes in 1974 by famous Irish architect Eddie Hackett. One of Irelandís most beautiful beaches, Scurmore, borders the links. Elevated...

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Another Eddie Hackett design, one many say was his finest work. Set on a peninsula amidst enormous dunes with views across Blacksod Bay. A simple...

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Part parkland, part seaside, Westport was redesigned to its current state by Fred Hawtree in 1973. Measuring just short of 7,000 yards, Westport...

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Designed in 1973 by Eddie Hackett. One of the toughest links courses in the world, measuring over 7,200 yards from the back tees. Craggy rocks...

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