Portmarnock is magnificently cut
off from the world being set on a long slip of land between the Irish
Sea and an inland tidal bay.
Surrounded by water on three sides makes judging the wind an integral
part of playing this magnificent course founded way back in 1894.
It’s a course that tests the whole bag with an exciting range of
short holes that require great thought and clever execution of shots.
As for the eye squinting longer holes that newly acquired wood should
come to the fore - especially on the 6th with all of its 586 Yards.
The feature hole and most famous hole is the 14th rated by Henry Cotton
as the best hole in golf.