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pitchmark 163 Reviews
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Ryder Club 2006

This event has already pre-emptied his forerunners in 2003 when we were playing here - so our notes.

This course is one of the top 20 in Ireland, but is difficult in the concert. The big links course stand out clearly, also in ranking Britain & Ireland it does not reach into the Top 100.

Arnold Palmer is one of the big five course designers, has built many top courses. Here's another masterpiece that Ian Woosnam - as captain of the Europeans - put his hand to.

It is a top course that is so well maintained. The sand traps deserve a little bit of attention.

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martins 41 Reviews
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Played the Palmer course today.
Very nice place, the dramaturgy of the tracks rises from hole to hole. Range and balls also top.
Course condition perfect. The bunkers may not have reached the level of the fairways, but that is also a high-level complaint.
Absolutely recommended.

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mikega 5 Reviews
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Golf outing Ireland in July 2016

I was beginning of July 16, with 6 friends (all single handicaps) in Ireland. To start, we have 2 Twilight start times (at 16:00) booked for 100 euros per person at the K Club (Arnold Palmer Course).

After a copious meal in the restaurant, we went to the range and at 16:10 on the square.

The Club House and the attached restaurant is a bit old and a renovation would be appropriate slow. Nevertheless, the great history of this club is palpable and the pictures are on the walls of the big tournaments (Ryder Cup, Irish Open, etc.) just impressive. The driving range is not in accordance with the Club, the balls were the absolute disaster, every 2 ball was only partially around. The frustration was but quickly vanished... The place was in an absolute top condition of the fairways on the roughs up to the Green, all world class.

Conclusion: this place is an absolute must on a golf trip to Ireland. Anytime highly recommended.

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golf-fun 29 Reviews
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Completely wrong!

Due to the Irish Open only the Smurfit was booking. Unfortunately, the place was in an extremely poor condition. Stones in the tough bunkers, sanded greens, fairway damage etc...

All the catering to 16:30 closed!

For a resort with this name a shame.

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WG aus AB in D 62 Reviews
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Smurfit, exceptionally

The place has really a lot to offer and was in a good maintenance state. Unfortunately, there are no discounts on the sketch how the hole is created and the Yardage Book I had not bought. Several holes you hit play blind, as you can see no flag.
Funny thing is that the signature hole, the rocks are partly dummies!!
The sand in the bunkers was in a miserable condition. They rewarded me for it back a third of the green fees. Furthermore, I received the tip that I should call in the future rather because online fares are expensive, you can phone the individual that is cheaper to get. Since it was very concerned regarding my criticism and I am assured that the bunker have a 14-day period of rain behind and therefore these poor condition was (But how do the many stones that had come in the bunkers ??), I would also like to Pull Given the partial refund any points here.

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Wolli 128 Reviews
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Great Place

Even the entrance to this former Ryder Cup Course (2006) suggests that this is a special place. Play where Tiger Woods has already knocked off. The atmosphere is upscale and the place just great. Super well-kept fairways and fast greens directional stability. The bunkers represents the player again and again with new challenges. Big old trees and water hazards require a strategic game. Highly recommended.

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MarcDI 10 Reviews
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Palmer and Smurfit are two very different places as you could hardly expect within the same department. Palmer in a highly maintained park with old trees, Smurfit in a very open area and arguably the most impressive links course I've ever seen. Both absolutely satisfy the highest demands. While Palmer certainly lives something of the past and the name of the Rydder Cup, Smurfit has invested almost anything spectacular. In any case, if you play both courses are as close to staying!

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jim 3 Reviews
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special recommendation

both are true championship golf courses, places in the supply with overnight stay, dinner and breakfast a great offer.

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