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2014 81-90

Ireland's Top 100 Courses 2015

 

Courses 81 to 90

This Eddie Hackett designed gem is a good example of a challenging yet forgiving parkland course located out in the west of Ireland. This course boasts some marvellous par 3’s which are praised by the likes of Padraig Harrington.Visit the Website
81 Ballinrobe / Same / Where: Galway


This Eddie Hackett designed gem is a good example of a challenging yet forgiving parkland course located out in the west of Ireland. This course boasts some marvellous par 3’s which are praised by the likes of Padraig Harrington.

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Set back amongst mature timbers, this James Braid classic winds its way through this wooded parkland setting providing a solid championship challenge with an enjoyable atmosphere.Visit the Website
82 Mullingar / Position: Down 3 / Where: Westmeath


Set back amongst mature timbers, this James Braid classic winds its way through this wooded parkland setting providing a solid championship challenge with an enjoyable atmosphere.

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This Christy O’Connor design is the perfect blend between challenge and playability, allowing golfers of all skill levels to enjoy a round.Visit the Website
83 Knightsbrook / Position: Up 5 / Where: Meath


This Christy O’Connor design is the perfect blend between challenge and playability, allowing golfers of all skill levels to enjoy a round.

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Located in a lovely spot overlooking the Poulaphuca Lake, the beauty of the landscape is matched by the quality of the course.Visit the Website
84 Tulfarris / Position: Up 8 / Where: Wicklow


Located in a lovely spot overlooking the Poulaphuca Lake, the beauty of the landscape is matched by the quality of the course.

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Set just above the village of Blackrock this well established parkland course offers magnificent views of the Cooley and Mourne Mountains, the Irish Sea and Dundalk Bay.Visit the Website
85 Dundalk / Position: Down 5 / Where: Louth


Set just above the village of Blackrock this well established parkland course offers magnificent views of the Cooley and Mourne Mountains, the Irish Sea and Dundalk Bay.

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Resting at the footsteps of the Dublin Mountains, this parkland course is one of the best that the capital has to offer.Visit the Website
86 Grange / Position: Down 3 / Where: Dublin


Resting at the footsteps of the Dublin Mountains, this parkland course is one of the best that the capital has to offer.

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Just five km outside of Galway City this excellent parkland course is home to some amazing views of Galway Bay and the Burren from its elevated site.Visit the Website
87 Galway / Position: Down 2 / Where: Galway


Just five km outside of Galway City this excellent parkland course is home to some amazing views of Galway Bay and the Burren from its elevated site.

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One of the oldest clubs in the greater Dublin area. Originally  designed by Cecil Barcroft, W.C. Pickeman and Tom Hood, it has been updated a number of times over the years and is a great test for all levels.Visit the Website
88 Castle / Position: Down 2 / Where: Dublin


One of the oldest clubs in the greater Dublin area. Originally designed by Cecil Barcroft, W.C. Pickeman and Tom Hood, it has been updated a number of times over the years and is a great test for all levels.

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This seaside course starts off strong with the first five holes running along the rugged coastline making them as memorable as any opening five in Ireland. The 19th hole is a restored castle which makes for a memorable end to any round.Visit the Website
89 Ardglass / Position: Same / Where: Down


This seaside course starts off strong with the first five holes running along the rugged coastline making them as memorable as any opening five in Ireland. The 19th hole is a restored castle which makes for a memorable end to any round.

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This solid links course shares Bull Island with Royal Dublin and is not far from its neighbour when it comes to quality. Lack of space makes for some rather bland holes but the final three will send you to the clubhouse with a smile.Visit the Website
90 St. Annes / Position: Down 3 / Where: Dublin


This solid links course shares Bull Island with Royal Dublin and is not far from its neighbour when it comes to quality. Lack of space makes for some rather bland holes but the final three will send you to the clubhouse with a smile.

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