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Enniscrone Golf Club, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo
As good a links course as you will find, Enniscrone has undergone some layout changes in recent years and with its proximity to Rosses Point, Carne and Donegal; Enniscrone is a must-play links when in the area.

European Club, Brittas Bay, Co. Wicklow
Designed by Pat Ruddy, the European Club is very much a modern links and is different in many respects to some of the older Irish links courses. If playing the likes of Portmarnock on the east coast, then make the short journey south.

K Club, Straffan, Co. Kildare
The debate over whether this is the best venue for the Ryder Cup in 2006 is only an issue due to the fact there are so many worthy Irish courses. A superb resort, the K Club is a tremendous layout, while the new South Course is another fine test.

Killarney Golf Club, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Playing alongside the famous Lakes of Killarney, both the Killeen Course and Mahony’s Point are superb parkland layouts set in breathtaking scenery. The newer Lackabane Course also opened for play during 2002.

Lahinch Golf Club, Lahinch, Co. Clare
Despite undergoing some excellent recent design changes, Lahinch is a traditional links, where blind shots are required and where the fairways roll through giant dunes. Playing Lahinch is an experience to treasure.

Mount Juliet Golf Club, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny
Designed by Jack Nicklaus, Mount Juliet played host to the American Express World Golf Championship in 2002, won by Tiger Woods. Always in immaculate condition, this is one of the top three parkland golf courses in the country.

Old Head Golf Links, Kinsale, Co. Cork
Dubbed the eighth wonder of the world by Joe Carr, Ireland’s legendary amateur golfer, the Old Head is the most spectacular golf course in the world. Bordered on every side by the Atlantic, this course will blow your mind.

Portmarnock (Old) Golf Club, Portmarnock, Co Dublin
Portmarnock is one of those special links courses with a very special place in the game. It is mentioned in the same breath as St. Andrews, Ballybunion, Muirfield and Royal County Down and that speaks volumes. Play here at all costs.

Portmarnock Links, Portmarnock, Co. Dublin
Designed by Bernard Langer, Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links is one of the newer links courses on the east coast but it is also one of the best. It may not be as brutally tough as some other courses but it boasts many fine holes.

Portstewart Golf Club, Portstewart, Co. Derry
Overshadowed in ways by its illustrious neighbour, Royal Portrush, Portstewart is still one of the great Irish links. Boasting as fine an opening hole, as you will encounter, it may be difficult but playing here is an experience.

Carr Golf, P.O. Box 6385, Dublin 15, Ireland
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