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Fota Island Resort is no stranger to the Irish Open, but much has changed since the event visited in 2001 and 2002. The 7,043-yard Deerpark Course plays much longer thanks to the addition of new tees on all the par 5s and on no. 6.
Words won't do justice to the the beauty of Old Head Golf Links, the remote natural wonder in southeast Ireland. Neither will these photos, as gorgeous as they are. Old Head must be experienced in person.
Most Americans don't come to Ireland to play parkland golf, but Cork Golf Club gives you reason to ignore the seaside links for a day.
All the great links of Ireland are either west of Cork or north, near Dublin. But there's still enough high-brow golf in Cork to stay awhile (and not just Old Head). A golf destination with benefits, Cork is quite delicious.
Old Head Golf Links in Co. Cork, Ireland continues to push its awe-inspiring experience to the edge, and there might not be a more dramatic setting for golf.
Words and pictures don't do justice to Old Head Golf Links. The best advice is to just go experience it. Along the southern coast of Ireland near Kinsale in County Cork, Old Head sits on a 220-acre, diamond-shaped promontory that juts into the Atlantic Ocean. The green fee is among the most expensive in the world. But it's worth every cent if you catch Old Head on a good day, writes Jason Scott Deegan writes from the Emerald Isle.