Hole 1Hole 1

Course Overview

Hole #1

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees and bunkers to the right and open up a medium pitch shot to the green.

Approach Shot – The green is 33 yards long and only 15 yards wide has two levels. It is important to have distance control to the upper or lower level and avoid both bunkers to the left and right

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
343
4
328
4
318
4
294
4
Hole 2Hole 2

Course Overview

Hole #2

Tee Shot – The signature hole, this is one of the best par 3’s in Ireland. A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a valley to the left, bunkers to the front and a run-off area to the right. It is wise to come up short and favouring the left side where there is an opening for an up and down if your tee shot does not make it. Missing this green left, right, or long can have serious consequences. The green is 25 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control are very important

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
209
3
197
3
182
3
170
3
Hole 3Hole 3

Course Overview

Hole #3

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short and to the left and another bunker to the right, this is an ideal shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green. The green is 30 yards long and almost 20 yards wide at the widest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
390
4
381
4
370
4
264
4
Hole 4Hole 4

Course Overview

Hole #4

Tee Shot – A long and narrow par 5, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway. Big hitters may get down the hill and reach this green in two but the second shot is fraught with risk left and right

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the left or right hand side of the fairway for the best lie to leave a c.100 yard pitch to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short and to the left and a run off area to the right, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where distance control is very important. The green is almost 40 yards long and only 15 yards wide at the widest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
530
5
521
5
482
5
476
5
Hole 5Hole 5

Course Overview

Hole #5

Tee Shot – A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a run off area to the left, a bunker to the front and right a higher area to the right guarded by maturing trees. It is wise to favour the right hand side and be long if missing this green. Missing this green left, right, or short can be a very difficult pitch shot however there is an approach area to the front and right. The green is 30 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control are very important

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
192
5
175
5
161
5
176
5
Hole 6Hole 6

Course Overview

Hole #6

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the trees on the left and open up a medium iron shot to the green. There is a fairway bunker to the right that is worth avoiding, anywhere short of this is a 110 yard pitch to front of the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a very difficult bunker short and in the middle of the approach line, the green is 33 yards wide and only 13 yards deep at the narrowest part, with a runoff area to the left and right. Distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity however serious danger lurks in the front bunker so best to be left or right

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
332
4
316
4
302
4
305
4
Hole 7Hole 7

Course Overview

Hole #7

Tee Shot – A long par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees and mound to the right and open up a long iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short and to the left and another bunker to the right, this is an ideal shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green. The green is 30 yards long and only 13 yards wide at the narrowest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
454
4
442
4
419
4
420
5
Hole 8Hole 8

Course Overview

Hole #8

Tee Shot – A medium length par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a steep runoff area to the left and mounds to the right, with trees short on both sides, accuracy and distance control are very important here. The green is 33 yards long and only 10 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
369
4
349
4
337
4
321
4
Hole 9Hole 9

Course Overview

Hole #9

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers long and to the left and bunkers to the right, this is an ideal shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green. The green is 30 yards long and almost 15 yards wide at the widest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity as this green has three distinct levels

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
345
4
338
4
327
4
323
4
Hole 10Hole 10

Course Overview

Hole #10

Tee Shot – A very long par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a very long shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short to the left and another bunker to the right and one at the back, this is an ideal long shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green however it is a very long approach shot for most golfers. The green is 33 yards long and only 13 yards wide at the narrowest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
474
4
458
4
425
4
450
5
Hole 11Hole 11

Course Overview

Hole #11

Tee Shot – A medium to long par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the right and open up a medium iron shot to the green once you make it up the long carry to get up the hill

Approach Shot – Protected by a bunker to to the left and runoff areas to the right and long and back left, accuracy and distance control are important here. The green is 35 yards long and 20 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
409
4
389
4
356
4
312
4
Hole 12Hole 12

Course Overview

Hole #12

Tee Shot – A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a run off area short to the left and a bunker to the left and right. It is wise to favour the left hand side or be long if missing this green. Missing this green left, right, or short can be a very difficult pitch shot however there is an approach area to the front and left. The green is 25 yards long and 25 yards wide, pin position can determine the best approach and not to be short sided if missing this green

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
165
3
151
3
123
3
130
3
Hole 13Hole 13

Course Overview

Hole #13

Tee Shot – A medium length par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a steep runoff area to the left with a bunker, accuracy and distance control are important here. It is worth being short and right if missing this green leaving an open pitch shot. The green is 30 yards long and only 15 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
398
4
388
4
374
4
329
4
Hole 14Hole 14

Course Overview

Hole #14

Tee Shot – A long and narrow par 5, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway. Big hitters may get up the hill and reach this green in two

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the left hand side of the fairway to avoid the tree on the right but this brings into play the bunker that is short and the narrowest part of the green to the left

Approach Shot – Protected by a bunker short and to the right and a run off area short, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where accuracy distance control is important. The green is almost 30 yards long and 20 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity but there is plenty of room here

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
498
5
468
5
444
5
418
5
Hole 15Hole 15

Course Overview

Hole #15

Tee Shot – A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a run off area short to the left and a bunker to the left and short on the right. It is wise to favour the right hand side or be slightly long on the right if missing this green. Missing this green left or short can be a very difficult pitch shot however there is an approach area to the front and left. The green is 30 yards long and 15 yards wide at the narrowest point, pin position can determine the best approach

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
170
3
156
3
143
3
157
3
Hole 16Hole 16

Course Overview

Hole #16

Tee Shot – A reachable par 5, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the drain to the right and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway, or take this on in two. Big hitters may get down the hill over the drain and reach this green in two but the second shot is fraught with risk particularly to the right hand side with water and a steep runoff area

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the right hand side of the fairway for the best approach angle to leave a c.100 yard pitch to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a bunker short and to the left and a steep run off area to the right, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where distance control is very important. The green is almost 30 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity, but beware of coming up short as it can result in running down towards the small lake to the right hand side

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
493
5
479
5
470
5
420
5
Hole 17Hole 17

Course Overview

Hole #17

Tee Shot – A long par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a medium to long iron shot to the green Approach Shot – Protected by a steep runoff area to the right with a bunker to the left, accuracy and distance control are important here. It is worth being short and right if missing this green leaving an open pitch shot. The green is 30 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
406
4
390
4
376
4
320
4
Hole 18Hole 18

Course Overview

Hole #18

Tee Shot – A sometimes reachable par 5, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway, or take this on in two. Big hitters may get further down the fairway and reach this green in two but the second shot is fraught with risk particularly with water short and right

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the right hand side of the fairway for the best approach angle to leave a c.100 yard pitch to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by small pond short and right, a bunker to the left and to the left and a steep run off area to the back, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where distance control is very important. The green is almost 30 yards long and only 13 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
506
5
486
5
472
5
409
5

Course Overview

Hole #1

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees and bunkers to the right and open up a medium pitch shot to the green.

Approach Shot – The green is 33 yards long and only 15 yards wide has two levels. It is important to have distance control to the upper or lower level and avoid both bunkers to the left and right

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
343
4
328
4
318
4
294
4

Course Overview

Hole #2

Tee Shot – The signature hole, this is one of the best par 3’s in Ireland. A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a valley to the left, bunkers to the front and a run-off area to the right. It is wise to come up short and favouring the left side where there is an opening for an up and down if your tee shot does not make it. Missing this green left, right, or long can have serious consequences. The green is 25 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control are very important

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
209
3
197
3
182
3
170
3

Course Overview

Hole #3

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short and to the left and another bunker to the right, this is an ideal shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green. The green is 30 yards long and almost 20 yards wide at the widest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
390
4
381
4
370
4
264
4

Course Overview

Hole #4

Tee Shot – A long and narrow par 5, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway. Big hitters may get down the hill and reach this green in two but the second shot is fraught with risk left and right

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the left or right hand side of the fairway for the best lie to leave a c.100 yard pitch to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short and to the left and a run off area to the right, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where distance control is very important. The green is almost 40 yards long and only 15 yards wide at the widest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
530
5
521
5
482
5
476
5

Course Overview

Hole #5

Tee Shot – A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a run off area to the left, a bunker to the front and right a higher area to the right guarded by maturing trees. It is wise to favour the right hand side and be long if missing this green. Missing this green left, right, or short can be a very difficult pitch shot however there is an approach area to the front and right. The green is 30 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control are very important

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
192
5
175
5
161
5
176
5

Course Overview

Hole #6

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the trees on the left and open up a medium iron shot to the green. There is a fairway bunker to the right that is worth avoiding, anywhere short of this is a 110 yard pitch to front of the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a very difficult bunker short and in the middle of the approach line, the green is 33 yards wide and only 13 yards deep at the narrowest part, with a runoff area to the left and right. Distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity however serious danger lurks in the front bunker so best to be left or right

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
332
4
316
4
302
4
305
4

Course Overview

Hole #7

Tee Shot – A long par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees and mound to the right and open up a long iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short and to the left and another bunker to the right, this is an ideal shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green. The green is 30 yards long and only 13 yards wide at the narrowest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
454
4
442
4
419
4
420
5

Course Overview

Hole #8

Tee Shot – A medium length par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a steep runoff area to the left and mounds to the right, with trees short on both sides, accuracy and distance control are very important here. The green is 33 yards long and only 10 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
369
4
349
4
337
4
321
4

Course Overview

Hole #9

Tee Shot – A relatively short par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers long and to the left and bunkers to the right, this is an ideal shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green. The green is 30 yards long and almost 15 yards wide at the widest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity as this green has three distinct levels

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
345
4
338
4
327
4
323
4

Course Overview

Hole #10

Tee Shot – A very long par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the trees to the right and open up a very long shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by bunkers short to the left and another bunker to the right and one at the back, this is an ideal long shot for a fader of the ball to find the middle of the green however it is a very long approach shot for most golfers. The green is 33 yards long and only 13 yards wide at the narrowest part, distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
474
4
458
4
425
4
450
5

Course Overview

Hole #11

Tee Shot – A medium to long par 4, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the right and open up a medium iron shot to the green once you make it up the long carry to get up the hill

Approach Shot – Protected by a bunker to to the left and runoff areas to the right and long and back left, accuracy and distance control are important here. The green is 35 yards long and 20 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
409
4
389
4
356
4
312
4

Course Overview

Hole #12

Tee Shot – A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a run off area short to the left and a bunker to the left and right. It is wise to favour the left hand side or be long if missing this green. Missing this green left, right, or short can be a very difficult pitch shot however there is an approach area to the front and left. The green is 25 yards long and 25 yards wide, pin position can determine the best approach and not to be short sided if missing this green

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
165
3
151
3
123
3
130
3

Course Overview

Hole #13

Tee Shot – A medium length par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a medium iron shot to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a steep runoff area to the left with a bunker, accuracy and distance control are important here. It is worth being short and right if missing this green leaving an open pitch shot. The green is 30 yards long and only 15 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
398
4
388
4
374
4
329
4

Course Overview

Hole #14

Tee Shot – A long and narrow par 5, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway. Big hitters may get up the hill and reach this green in two

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the left hand side of the fairway to avoid the tree on the right but this brings into play the bunker that is short and the narrowest part of the green to the left

Approach Shot – Protected by a bunker short and to the right and a run off area short, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where accuracy distance control is important. The green is almost 30 yards long and 20 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity but there is plenty of room here

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
498
5
468
5
444
5
418
5

Course Overview

Hole #15

Tee Shot – A careful and controlled tee shot is needed to reach the green which is protected by a run off area short to the left and a bunker to the left and short on the right. It is wise to favour the right hand side or be slightly long on the right if missing this green. Missing this green left or short can be a very difficult pitch shot however there is an approach area to the front and left. The green is 30 yards long and 15 yards wide at the narrowest point, pin position can determine the best approach

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
170
3
156
3
143
3
157
3

Course Overview

Hole #16

Tee Shot – A reachable par 5, it is worth favouring the left half of the fairway to avoid the drain to the right and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway, or take this on in two. Big hitters may get down the hill over the drain and reach this green in two but the second shot is fraught with risk particularly to the right hand side with water and a steep runoff area

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the right hand side of the fairway for the best approach angle to leave a c.100 yard pitch to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by a bunker short and to the left and a steep run off area to the right, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where distance control is very important. The green is almost 30 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity, but beware of coming up short as it can result in running down towards the small lake to the right hand side

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
493
5
479
5
470
5
420
5

Course Overview

Hole #17

Tee Shot – A long par 4, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a medium to long iron shot to the green Approach Shot – Protected by a steep runoff area to the right with a bunker to the left, accuracy and distance control are important here. It is worth being short and right if missing this green leaving an open pitch shot. The green is 30 yards long and 20 yards wide, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
406
4
390
4
376
4
320
4

Course Overview

Hole #18

Tee Shot – A sometimes reachable par 5, it is worth favouring the right half of the fairway to avoid the bunker to the left and open up a long lay up shot to the fairway, or take this on in two. Big hitters may get further down the fairway and reach this green in two but the second shot is fraught with risk particularly with water short and right

Lay Up – It is worth favouring the right hand side of the fairway for the best approach angle to leave a c.100 yard pitch to the green

Approach Shot – Protected by small pond short and right, a bunker to the left and to the left and a steep run off area to the back, this is a 100 yard pitch shot where distance control is very important. The green is almost 30 yards long and only 13 yards wide at the narrowest part, accuracy and distance control is important to set up a par or birdie opportunity

Distance in yards to green centre

Yards
Par
506
5
486
5
472
5
409
5