Portmarnock Golf Club (Championship Old Links)
The Portmarnock Golf Club Championship Old Links is an historic championship golf course situated on the north Dublin coast. It was designed by renowned golf course architect Eddie Hackett and first opened in 1894.
This legendary course plays host to some of Ireland’s most prestigious golf tournaments including the Irish Open, which has been held here nine times.
It features wide open fairways, large greens and deep bunkers all carefully positioned around a variety of natural dunes and lagoons.
Visitors can expect a challenging round of golf surrounded by spectacular scenery with stunning views of the Irish Sea and Malahide Castle.
With its excellent condition, unique layout and friendly staff, it’s easy to understand why the Portmarnock Golf Club Championship Old Links is one of Ireland’s most popular courses.