Bundoran Golf Club
|Red (W)||73||5116 meters|
|Blue M: 68.7/117||364||514||126||362||307||160||354||432||397||3016||401||418||357||234||408||427||155||501||349||3250||6266|
|Yellow M: 67.2/113 W: 71.2/121||354||483||115||318||305||154||305||359||384||2777||392||409||336||195||388||410||150||442||339||3061||5838|
|Red W: 71.0/120||346||474||104||315||296||149||300||331||353||2668||381||407||327||187||374||402||142||394||314||2928||5596|
Great links course
My first time on a links course and I really enjoyed it, was lucky not to have to much wind and hardly any rain. The course layout made it a good challenge especially the fairways with there humps and bumps Greens were in great shape too. And with the great views I would definitely recommend this course
Great course in splendid surroundings
We played this course on a beautiful sunny day in October, the views along the coast were breathtaking. The course was excellent too, greens in good condition, a good test for any ability. Will definitely be back!
A very enjoyable course overall and great value for your money. We were pleasantly surprised and will go back again to play on our next trip to Ireland
A good resort course
Situated beside the Great Northern Hotel in Bundoran's east end, the course borders the sea cliffs at Tullan Strand which stretches for miles with a beautiful sandy beach. There are also great views of Donegal Bay and across the bay to North Donegal. The course itself can be challenging with a few blind shots, especially if the wind gets up. A good course to stop off and play if making your way down the west course of Ireland.