Carrick on Shannon Golf Club
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Carrick-On-Shannon, 14, Ireland
This club dates to 1912, although this parkland-style course opened in 1944. The newest nine holes were built on land that sweeps down to Drumharlow Lake and the Boyle River creating some picturesque views of the lake and river. Some 12 acres of marshland were preserved and integrated into the design. The original nine holes are set in mature parkland and, under the revised layout, constitute the first five holes and last four holes of the 18.
The 8th hole has a tee-box surrounded by water and requires a carry over the Boyle River. The par-3 13th also is rather noteworthy and intimidating.
Visitors are welcome; the high-season (April-September) walking rates are €20 weekdays and €28 weekends. Societies and groups are also welcome with prior arrangement.
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mattyswalsh - 7/2/09