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FredB 11 Reviews
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Very nice links course

Played the course (Dunes) in obviously typical left-course weather (wind, now and then light rain and then again bright sunshine). Even the first hole is "blind" to play and there are more. If you do not know exactly where to play because of the partially heavily structured fairway, it can happen that you can not find your ball even with a good shot, because it disappears in the rough (that sucks!). But otherwise it's a fantastic course, with a great view of the Atlantic. That alone pays off. The greens are excellently maintained and hardly Pitschmarken to see (surface despite rain the evening before very hard). If you are not traveling with a cart, you should afford an e-trolley, because the connecting paths to the teas are often a few meters. As a nice idea I have also found the small boards with the different sayings on the benches. Course recommended.

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Eschenried 75 Reviews
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Linkscourse with wind

For the first time a left with considerable wind (for me at least) played.
I've done well, but sometimes it's really lottery.
On the middle wind from the right side of the tee, suddenly from the left when descending - or vice versa.
Result: Ball ends up in the waist-deep grass of a 30 meter high dune. Nevertheless, it is crazy fun.
With a tailwind it sometimes goes over 200 m or even further, then it is at the next hole in headwind scarce 100. Some greens are so heavy... Putt from 3 meters rolls 20 cm too far and then it goes downhill;
10 meters to the outside of the green.
If some tracks run out of the dunes, then the place loses a bit of charm, in the end even more spectacular stretch along the sea.
Green fee not cheap, about the right hotel there is about 25% discount.

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kertina 24 Reviews
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A great place that should not be underestimated

If you drive up to the parking lot and see the first laps, you might think, what an easy golf course. But far from it. The golf course really has it all. It goes up and down and no matter which course you are on: dunes and dune grass everywhere. For this, considerable distances have to be overcome at the tee, especially for men. The dune grass "eats" every ball. In addition, there are fantastic views of the sea. Quietly take a break on one of the many benches and let the environment work on you. The fairways and the greens were in excellent condition. A great place that should not be underestimated. To emphasize the Irish hospitality in the restaurant. We ate there really well - at moderate prices - for dinner.

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tom1811 8 Reviews
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Seafront, beautiful!

The place is an experience. The outlook partly beautifully sea. The greens fast and demanding. The GF slightly more expensive, but worth it, but I'm in Ireland. I'll love to go back.

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Slicegolfer;-) 17 Reviews
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Tricky

On 08/28/2015 played 18 holes on the Dunes Course. Lost Great Place, sometimes space knowledge required tracks all in top condition, nice staff, with wind (unfortunately mostly) strong Rough-risk, then you're most

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DaenuK 20 Reviews
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Wow!

We played the course on 14 July 2015 of our 8-day Ireland golf trip.
If you like Duenenplaetze like to Enniscrone must not be missed. Already the hole 1 can one know what to expect one. For the long shots it takes a large amount of precision, otherwise you are looking at a lot of balls. Many discounts you need also carry 150m.
A really great, but also very difficult place. Forget your Kamara not to make some nice pictures.
Until now I only knew Tralee... now I know yet another brilliant place in the dunes of Ireland.
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golfnarr1 13 Reviews
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Most beautiful place in the Pacific Northwest

varied, fantastically situated in the landscape embedded golf course maintenance in the best condition. golfing house requirement, tactical play is rewarded with good score.

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Fred Martin 6 Reviews
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"Dream Links Course"

To Donegal, Rosses Point and Enniscrone beach Hill was the absolute high lite in terms of "links - Courses"! Better and more beautiful can hardly be created a links course!
For precise game you have the best opportunities for a good score (from 20 hcp), with simultaneous wonderful views of the greens embedded in the dunes and the surf of the Atlantic.
This place is a passionate golfer, without limitation, "left-pleasure"!
6 May 2013 Fred Martin

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jakobderkater 32 Reviews
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Carry enough balls!

A very exciting classic links course. It should be apparent by wide fairways not be fooled, some paths of access to the green is only possible through narrow passages poor visibility. Very nice to be able to observe how otherwise properly whipped Driver Beats making huge bow in the air when the strong Atlantic wind is blowing.
The trolley is a kilo heavy bags of soil and grass seed complains that each player must take to repair battered gaps / divots.

Club House there was delicious fresh scones and other fresh stuff, very neat.

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