County Cork

County Cork is a county in Ireland. It’s the largest and southernmost county of Ireland, situated in the province of Munster and named after the city of Cork, Ireland's second-largest city. Fota Island is the only wildlife park in Ireland and great thing is that can also play golf on Fota Island as the Fota Island Resort is located there. It offers a European Tour standard golf course which has also hosted the Irish Open in 2001, 2002 and 2014.

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Played on: 7 October 2021
Review date: 7 October 2021
Handicap: 18.0
Castlemartyr

This is a beautiful course, well payed out and a tough test when the wind is blowing. Very tough finish. The bunkers and the drainage in places however takes away from the experience. The bunkers are among the worst I’ve seen and if you go in it’s a lottery whether you get out or not! If they sort these it will be a gem again.

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Played on: 28 August 2021
Review date: 7 October 2021
Handicap: 9.4
Old Head Links

Er is golf, er is golf op een mooie baan, daarna komt er een poosje niets. En dan is er nog golf op Old Head! Een belevenis waarbij je eigen golfspel minder belangrijk wordt omdat je gewoon al loopt te genieten omdat je daar bent. Nu hadden wij wel de mooist mogelijke omstandigheden, bijna geen wind, een zonnetje en 20 graden. Het kan daar ook echt spoken. Je speelt in f…

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Played on: 21 June 2021
Review date: 2 July 2021
Handicap: 21.5
Old Head Links

Most spectacular views. Steeped in History. Bedrooms are modern and cosy with awesome views. Very helpful staff. The food was lovely with a great wine list. The golf holes and views from the t boxes will make you gasp!

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Played on: 17 June 2021
Review date: 29 June 2021
Handicap: 10.0
Mitchelstown

the course was in great condition. Greens were fast. Fringe around greens was as good as the greens. Fairways had a nice layer of grass. Overall brillant condition.

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Played on: 13 June 2021
Review date: 14 June 2021
Handicap: 9.0
Old Head Links

When you add in the views, the location, the condition of the course, the clubhouse and hospitality this is the best course I’ve ever played!, my advice is get here and play it, you will forever remember it. I’m already planning a return visit. What a course!

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Review date: 24 December 2020
Handicap: 5.0
Old Head Links

A very special course in a spectacular cliff top Lay-out. Stunning Ton have built a course in this location. A very american links style course as a must play in Ireland but nothing compared to the old links courses you can find over there. Great hotel and club house plus a wonderful experience.

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Played on: 2 December 2020
Review date: 8 December 2020
Handicap: 13.0
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Deerpark Golf Course

On Cobh Island this course has hosted a number of champions outings most notably the Irish open. Set in the gronds of the Fota Island Hotel this is well worth the money. 3 nines and an excellent academy area for getting your game up to scrach. The couse is allways. In good condition and i highly recommend.

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Review date: 24 November 2020
Handicap: 9.1
Mitchelstown

Ok course. A lot of walking between tees. Very friendly people.

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Review date: 2 November 2020
Handicap: 5.5

wunderschöne Anlage mit traumhaften Übungseinrichtungen, der Platz war in einem guten Zustand und die Grüns gut und treu. Großes Clubhaus mit klasse Restaurant.

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Played on: 21 October 2020
Review date: 1 December 2020
Handicap: 8.0
Fermoy Course

A hidden gem. great value golf course in top class condition. Super greens.

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Play golf in County Cork

County Cork is a great golf destination as it offers quite some famous golf courses, like Old Head Links and Fota Island Resort. Other well-known courses in County Cork are: Lee Valley Golf & Country Club, Cork Golf Club and Castlemartyr Resort. Most of the best golf courses in Cork lie around the city of Cork and Cobh. Old Head is located just south of Cork. But, there are some hidden gems to be found dotted around the coastline of County Cork, like Berehaven Golf Club. County Cork has quite some tourist site, like Blarney Stone at Blarney Castle and the the port of Cobh. Cobh - formerly known as 'Queenstown' - was the last stop of the RMS Titanic before it departed on its fated journey. Cork Airport is located just 10 minutes from Cork City centre. Bus and taxi services are available just outside the arrivals area.Cork Airport offers direct flights from almost 50 destinations around Europe and a direct transatlantic flight to North America. Located just 15km from Cork City centre, a ferry terminal offers easy access to and from mainland Europe. Brittany Ferries operate daily services between Cork-Roscoff (France) and Cork-Santander in (Spain). Cork is also accessible via ferry from Rosslare and Dublin.
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