Enniscrone Golf Club

Enniscrone Golf Club

Sligo

18 holes | par 73 | 6877 yards | Links

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Course Information

Enniscrone Golf Club boasts one of the finest golf courses in the country. The 7,033 yard par 73 course is a must play for all golf connoisseurs. With panoramic views over Killala Bay and Bartra Island, its undulating nature and dramatic sand dunes guarantee a magnificent golfing experience. There is an array of bunkers and water hazards around the course and strategic play will be required if a low score is to be obtained.

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Enniscrone Golf Club is situated beside the town of Enniscrone, County Sligo. A 5 minutes drive from the R297.

Enniscrone, County Sligo, IRELAND
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    Great course

    Some challenge for all players.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Excellent
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    What a ride!

    Enniscrone is set, mostly, through large dunes that rise along either side of the fairways, resulting in many blind shots and holes that twist and turn along the Irish sea. An incredible setting for pictures, Enniscrone is a challenge for all levels of golfers, and yet, wonderfully walkable. The only downside to Enniscrone are the stretch of holes on the front nine that are very pedestrian. It felt as though you went the wrong way and ended up playing a few holes from Enniscrone's sister course instead. Alas, the back-nine stretch through the dunes and along the water are undeniably amazing, and some of the best in the Northwest of Ireland.

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    High dunes, wild ride, great fun

    This is a tough beast set next to the holiday town of Enniscrone. Set mostly among massive dunes next to the ocean, the course is full of blind shots and twisting holes to drive you crazy. If you miss the fairway you’ll be in the thickest, most ball hungry rough on the island – damp grass and moss abound; you could step on your ball and not find it. It’s not for the meek or wild driving. From Holes 5-8, you get a break as it runs parallel to the Scurmore 9 hole course – flat and relatively dune free. The remaining holes have you weaving around the dunes. Holes 11-13 I called crazy corner – a scary par 3 and two blind tee shots on dog leg par 4s. Holes 15-18 are great. Get your best pic from the 17th tee box looking back at 16, send it to your golf buddies, they will swear at you.

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    Enniscrone a delightful hidden gem in the northwest

    I have a soft spot in my heart for Enniscrone. It was my favorite course on my first trip to Ireland in 2003. I wrote about the club in 2006 for Links Magazine, one of my first big breaks as a golf writer. And returning in 2015 with the Heroes to Ireland - a group of disabled American war veterans - only elevated its status. We caught it on a relatively calm day with the sun shining: What a magical experience. The dunes of the back nine rise like four-story buildings, framing scenic holes along the water. The only things that keep Enniscrone from being more highly regarded in the world are a series of holes on the front nine along flat ground outside the dunes, and its remote location in the northwest of Ireland. It's a place worth seeking out.

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    Great course

    Have read that the greens were among the best in Ireland. How true...we played Carne the day before in the rain and then enjoyed good weather at Enniscrone...practice putting before you go!!!

    Staff Friendliness:
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    Course Conditions:
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    Value for the Money:
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