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Ireland Southwest

Ranked 41st best golf course in the world. Originally designed by Old Tom Morris in 1894, with a redesign by Alister MacKenzie in 1927. Traditional...

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Greg Norman’s finest links creation with recent changes by Hawtree, with views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. An unusual layout with five par...

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Ranked 17th best golf course in the world. Originally designed by Lionel Hewson in 1906, with a redesign by Tom Simpson in 1936. Many have deemed...

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Opened in 1984, Tralee was Arnold Palmer’s first Irish design. “I have never come across a piece of land so ideally suited for the building of...

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Also known as Ceann Sibeal Originally designed as a 9-hole course by the great Eddie Hackett, who later extended the course to 18 holes with...

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Dooks Golf Club is County Kerry’s oldest golf course. Its beginnings date back to 1889 when the Royal Horse Artillery laid out a short nine-hole...

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Golf at Waterville started in 1889 on a short 9-hole layout. Now ranked 83rd best golf course in the world. Designed by Claude Harmon and Eddie...

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Set within Killarney National Park, providing incredible views of the surrounding mountains and Lough Leane (which comes into play often). Eddie...

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Ranked 14th best course in Ireland, Old Head opened in 1997 and is laid out on a narrow peninsula, stretching out for two miles into the Atlantic...

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Cork Golf Club opened for play as a 9-hole course in 1888, and was later redesigned and extended by Alister MacKenzie in 1927. This championship...

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