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Dublin’s Doorstep & Lakelands Regions


Radisson Blu Farnham Estate Portarlington Golf Club www.portarlingtongolf.com Powerscourt Golf Club www.powerscourt.ie


Garryhinch, Co. Laois


t 353 (0)57 8623115 f 353 (0)57 8623044 e portarlingtongc@eircom.net


Location Less than an hour’s drive from Dublin, approx 3km from Portarlington town.


Course Parkland Length 5,906 metres Par 71


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Description Beautifully manicured and presented parkland course, set on the mature wooded landscape of the original Warburton Demesne. Rated in the Top 10 Value for Money courses and best 14th hole in Ireland (Markham “Hooked” 2009) and ranked in Top 100 Irish courses. Highly acclaimed restaurant. Established in 1908.


Green Fees: From €15 Radisson Blu Farnham Estate Golf Club www.farnhamestategolf.com


Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow


t 353 (0)1 2046033 f 353 (0)1 2761303 e stephen.masterson@powerscourt.net Location Just half an hour south of Dublin.


Course Parkland Length East 6,421 metres West 6,352 metres Par 72


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Description Two Championship Golf Courses. The East course has hosted the Irish PGA Championship and the AIB Irish Seniors Open. The West is currently rated among the Top 20 Parkland courses in the country.


Green Fees: From €55


Royal Tara Golf Club


www.royaltaragolfclub.com


Farnham Estate, Co. Cavan


t 353 (0)49 4326482 e info.farnham@radissonblu.com


Location Co. Cavan Course Parkland Length 7,047 yards Par 73


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48| 49 18 No of Holes Club Shop Practice Facilities Club Hire Tuition Food & Drink Buggy Hire


Description This stunning parkland course is spread over 500 acres of rolling countryside and dense woodland. The two nines are quite contrasting in nature. The gentle but challenging journey on the front nine explores the undulating meadows of this magnificent estate while the back nine is a more vigorous test of golf, traveling through denser and more rugged woodland.


Green Fees: From €35 pp


Bellinter, Navan, Co. Meath


t 353 (0)46 9025508 f 353 (0)46 9026684 e info@royaltaragolfclub.com


Location Accessible via exit 7 of the M3 Motorway, next to the ancient Hill of Tara.


Course Parkland Length 5,980 metres Par 72


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Description Nestling at the base of the historic Hill of Tara in County Meath, Royal Tara Golf Club is among Ireland’s most enjoyable and conveniently located golfing complexes with 27 holes set in mature parkland. All visitors are assured of a warm welcome to a royal golfing gem with terrific facilities. Venue for the All Ireland GUI Clubs Cups & Shields Finals 2013.


Green Fees: Contact the club or see web site for offers


for special offers go to www.discoverireland.com/golf


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