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Narin & Portnoo

Founded: 1930
Designer: Hughie McNeil, Leo Wallace
Championship Length: 6,855 yards
PAR: 73
Type: Links
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Who this course is best for:

A golfer who would like to get off the beaten path, would like to play an old-fashioned links course with an overwhelmingly natural feel.


Opened in 1930, Narin & Portnoo is engagingly old-fashioned, with a meandering routing over and around the dunes. The course has recently been re-developed and the new par 73 layout offers a range of teeing areas and challenges to suit all golfers.

All manner of shots are required here: draws around sharp dog-legs; crisp irons to par threes over cavernous terrain; accurate tee shots down snake-like fairways, some wide and some not so generous; low trajectory shots into the Atlantic breezes; high shots down-breeze into raised and firm greens; chip and run shots over the mounds and dips. Throughout the adventure, all are captivated by the scenery and once experienced, it’s a course to which golfers return again and again.

A warm and friendly welcome awaits visitors and societies to Narin and Portnoo Golf Club and due to its links terrain, it is ideal for year-round golf.

Overview courtesy of Narin & Portnoo Golf Club

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