Enniscrone Golf Course Review
Par 73, 7,033 yards, links
The course starts with a 373-yard, par 4 featuring a narrow fairway. The ideal drive is to the left side of the fairway, which opens up the green for a birdie chance.
The 450-yard 5th is one of the best holes on the course. Big hitters will try to clear the bunker on the left at 250 yards, and follow it up with a testing approach to a well-guarded green.
The 8th is a classic links par 3. It is 170 yards, played from a slightly elevated tee - carry three bunkers and try to stop the ball on a green that slopes away from you.
The 11th also measures 170 yards and is a potential card wrecker, with a deep ravine to the right, trouble to the left and a long, two-tiered green.
The 14th measures 542 yards and can be reached in two with a following wind. The fairway is pretty tight and the hole is best played from the left side, to a green that slopes from front to back.
You finish with a 465-yard par 4, where the bunkers pose a real puzzle - they start at 250 yards so a 290-yard drive will carry them all. There is out of bounds on the left. A great closing hole.
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