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Portmarnock Golf Club
Golf Links Rd
Portmarnock, 07, Ireland


+353.8462.634
Portmarnock Golf Club is, beyond question, one of the most respected and highly-ranked courses in the world. The Walker Cup, the Canada (World) Cup, and the Irish Open have been played over the Championship Course here (the Yellow Nine and a practice facility are also here). Tom Watson did some remodeling / redesign work here in 1995.

Hole lengths are in yards. The standard visitor greens fee here is €180.
  
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Course Details

Type:Semi-Private
Greens Fees (including cart):
   Weekday:€150 - €199
   Weekend:€150 - €199
Guest Policy:open
Season Start:April
Season End:November
Reserved Tee Times:Online
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface




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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
8/6/19 Dave Moore 110
7/22/19 Larry Emminger 96
6/6/19 Dan Murphy 40*
5/28/19 WGGolf 96
9/24/18 Pucfada 111
5/8/18 John Archbold 91
4/9/18 STEVEN COLEMAN 102
9/10/17 Bromming
3/1/17 JSGDowney 40*
3/1/17 JSGDowney 40*
10/10/16 solomocm 85
9/30/16 Trevose Boy 86
8/18/16 Vulkano 96
7/24/16 jjames610 89
7/11/16 little ricky 91
6/26/16 solomocm 85
6/14/16 Patrick Bernot 78
6/14/16 dkandawalla 102
5/15/16 Hillsted 90
5/13/16 Larry Humburger 85
5/13/16 Trevose Boy 89
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Recent Reviews

  aglazier - 7/1/11
Definitely my least favorite of all of the courses that I played in Ireland. The course was very flat. The dunes were small and the bunkers (mostly pot bunkers) were small and unimpressive.

The course also only had one par 3 and one par 5 on the front, and I'm not a huge fan of par 4s. I view them as being less distinct. In fact, many of the par 4s at Portmarnock seemed very similar to each other, with the direction the wind was blowing being the only differentiating characteristic.

I'm puzzled how this course is a top 100 in the world course. Number 44 at that. It must be the history of the course I guess. It actually kind of makes me lose faith in that list. The course was a snoozefest.

The clubhouse was actually quite pleasant, and the fact that the course was just outside of Dublin was nice, but overall it was definitely the least impressive course of all the courses I played (Ballybunion Cashen Course, Ballybunion Old Course, Royal Portrush, Royal County Down, Ardglass, Druids Glen). Like most of the other courses I played in Ireland, the condition was not nearly as good as I would have expected it to be considering the hefty green fees.

  sjmelling - 10/7/14
  spinksie - 3/2/14
  NickTGriggs - 6/26/13
  marcfontaine - 10/15/12
  mps - 10/6/12
  rossjh - 8/12/12
  tmoney47 - 7/2/12
  deemcf - 5/19/12
  Myles Thorn - 7/25/11
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