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Many of Northern Ireland's best golf courses - Royal Portrush, Ardglass, Portstewart and Lough Erne - are investing in improvements to look their best for The Open in 2019, the first major championship on the Emerald Isle in nearly eight decades.
Ardglass Golf Club provides one of the most unique experiences in Northern Ireland, from the castle clubhouse reputed to be the oldest in the world to dramatic holes along the cliffs, overlooking the Irish Sea and a lighthouse.
Giving away land for new holes on the Dunluce Links didn't hamper the Valley Links at the Royal Portrush Golf Club. Architect Martin Ebert's changes actually greatly improved the Valley Links, the often-overlooked relief links on the Causeway Coast.
Architect Martin Ebert has built two new holes on the Dunluce Links at Royal Portrush ready to debut this summer, replacing no. 17 and no. 18. The changes will prepare the links to host The Open in 2019.
Royal County Down Golf Club in Northern Ireland is one of the most difficult - and beautiful - links in the world. For that reason, it is one of golf's toughest tee times to secure without advanced planning.
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