Narin and Portnoo Golf Club
|Red (W)||73||5315 meters|
|White M: 71.7/123||289||480||171||416||367||400||130||311||365||2929||485||180||390||463||490||480||110||377||365||3340||6269|
|Yellow M: 71.0/119||283||450||161||407||357||380||125||301||355||2819||475||160||370||439||470||460||106||367||350||3197||6016|
|Red W: 68.1/115||280||410||140||390||310||365||130||275||247||2547||389||112||329||372||430||420||95||300||321||2768||5315|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
A true gem hidden in the middle of no where.
Narin and Portoo is relatively flat and somewhat protected from the ocean by a barrier of dunes. The rough is still tough and you must keep your shots online. Views from the 9th tee are great, just don’t forget that you’re shooting OVER the 8th green towards the fairway and are totally blind to the 9th green. The course was lengthed some years ago to a par 72; that involved stretching out the back 9 with 4 par 5s including 3 consecutive through 13-15. The views off of 15 tee that curves around the beach will be among the best golf photos anywhere. Conditioning was ok, but some patchy spots on the greens were annoying. Narin’s clubhouse is simple without the great views, but the food is amazing – more people came in for the food on Friday evening than came to play golf during the day.
Narin and Portnoo is set in a beautiful part of Ireland's most stunning county.
The course itself is a constant challenge and wind is always going to play a part in links golf. There's some fabulous holes using the natural undulations of the dunes.
You wont be disappointed.