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2014 91-100

Ireland's Top 100 Courses 2015

 

Courses 91 to 100

This challenging seaside parkland course is making its second consecutive appearance on the top 100 list. With sea views from all 18 holes this hidden gem on the wicklow coast is certainly worthy of a visit.Visit the Website
91 Blainroe / Position: Up 7 / Where: Wicklow


This challenging seaside parkland course is making its second consecutive appearance on the top 100 list. With sea views from all 18 holes this hidden gem on the wicklow coast is certainly worthy of a visit.

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This fun yet challenging parkland course is slightly shorter than its sister (the New Course) but still plays difficult thanks to the tree lined fairways and tricky approach shots.Visit the Website
92 Headfort (Old) / Position: Up 1 / Where: Meath


This fun yet challenging parkland course is slightly shorter than its sister (the New Course) but still plays difficult thanks to the tree lined fairways and tricky approach shots.

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This true hidden gem north of Dublin provides a challenging yet enjoyable test with wide fairways, well placed water hazards and greens that are always very well kept.Visit the Website
93 Balbriggan / Position: Down 3 / Where: Dublin


This true hidden gem north of Dublin provides a challenging yet enjoyable test with wide fairways, well placed water hazards and greens that are always very well kept.

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A new entry this year and this Peter McEvoy design makes a big impression. This picturesque parkland utilises the mature woodland in the New Forest Estate in Tyrellspass.Visit the Website
94. New Forest/ Position: NEW / Where: Co. Westmeath


A new entry this year and this Peter McEvoy design makes a big impression. This picturesque parkland utilises the mature woodland in the New Forest Estate in Tyrellspass.

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One of the shorter of the Killarney courses, Mahony’s Point boasts some wonderful views of the McGillicuddy Reeks and the lakes. This incredibly scenic course is always well maintained and can be enjoyed by golfers of all levels.Visit the Website
95 Killarney (Mahony’s Point) / Position: Up 2 / Where: Kerry


One of the shorter of the Killarney courses, Mahony’s Point boasts some wonderful views of the McGillicuddy Reeks and the lakes. This incredibly scenic course is always well maintained and can be enjoyed by golfers of all levels.

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Making the Top 100 last year, this picturesque course looks set to stay. A short but quirky course makes wonderful use of the Avoca and Aughrim rivers that run throughout. Throw in the beautiful views of the Wicklow hills and you can see why this course is deserving of a place on this list.Visit the Website
96 Woodenbridge / Position: Down 5 / Where: Wicklow


Making the Top 100 last year, this picturesque course looks set to stay. A short but quirky course makes wonderful use of the Avoca and Aughrim rivers that run throughout. Throw in the beautiful views of the Wicklow hills and you can see why this course is deserving of a place on this list.

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Staying inside the Top 100, Moyola Park places a premium on accuracy. Seve Ballesteros once played an exhibition match at this Castledawson venue.Visit the Website
97 Moyola Park / Position: Down 2 / Where: Derry


Staying inside the Top 100, Moyola Park places a premium on accuracy. Seve Ballesteros once played an exhibition match at this Castledawson venue.

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Dating back to 1892 Athlone has a long history but has also stood the test of time. A great example of one of Ireland’s established parklands and good fun to play.Visit the Website
98 Athlone / Position: Down 2 / Where: Athlone


Dating back to 1892 Athlone has a long history but has also stood the test of time. A great example of one of Ireland’s established parklands and good fun to play.

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Another course with close ties to Paul McGinley, who is a long-time member of this fine links in Sheephaven Bay in Donegal. This Harry Vardon design is a true test of links golf.Visit the Website
99. Dunfanaghy/ Position: NEW / Where: Co. Donegal


Another course with close ties to Paul McGinley, who is a long-time member of this fine links in Sheephaven Bay in Donegal. This Harry Vardon design is a true test of links golf.

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Kicking off the Top 100 is Macreddin Golf Club in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. This Paul McGinley design is a challenging parkland through mature woodland with spectacular views along the way.Visit the Website
100. Macreddin/ Position: NEW / Where: Co. Wicklow


Kicking off the Top 100 is Macreddin Golf Club in the heart of the Wicklow Mountains. This Paul McGinley design is a challenging parkland through mature woodland with spectacular views along the way.

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