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Footgolf Cork ex Ringenane CC

Address Footgolf Cork, Ringenane, Kinsale, Co. Cork
Telephone +353 (0)21 477 4294
Website www.footgolfcork.com
Email info@footgolfcork.com
About Footgolf Cork This course is the old Ringenane 9 Hole Golf Course formerly operated by Kinsale Golf Club. The course has been redesigned as an 18 hole footgolf course yet keeping the original layout and beauty of the old golf course.
Location Situated in a peaceful and picturesque location overlooking the Belgooly river estuary.
2m E of Kinsale R600. 16m S of Cork
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About the Ringenane
The Ringenane Course (now an 18 hole footgolf course): 9-hole, 5332 yard-long course operated by Kinsale Golf Club. Sloping down to the riverbanks, and occupying a small circular peninsula, a demanding round of golf awaits on this tight course, playing into the natural slopes of the land.
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