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Balcarrick Golf Club

Address Balcarrick Golf Club, Corballis, Donabate
Telephone +353 (0)1 8436957
Website www.balcarrickgolfclub.com
Email balcarr@iol.ie
Holes 18
Length 6239-5900-5597-5667-5156 m
Par/SSS 73/74
Visitors Weekdays unrestricted, Weekends are members competition time, green fees are available after 2pm. .
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play Mon to Fri excluding between 12.30-1.30pm. Weekend play on Saturday and Sunday afternoon only. Subject to availability. Please telephone club in advance to book.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
High Season: Midweek C / Weekends E
Course Designer Originally founded in 1972 under the name of Dublin & County Golf Club, the course was initially designed by Barry Langan and was re-developed by Roger Jones in 2007.
Location 2km E of Donabate, North County Dublin. 18km N of Dublin, 6 miles from Dublin Airport
Fully stocked Pro shop / Pro Shop Services available to members and non-members / Coaching and Training by appointment / "State-of-the-art" golf simulators / Explanar Training Centre / YMG Young Masters Golf
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About the Course Balcarrick is an estuary style course, mixing the best of parkland and links. Balcarrick provides year round tees and greens. Water is a feature on nearly all of the holes and the Par 3's are particularly challenging.
Exc from Club's website

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The picturesque par 4 1st tempts using a driver for eagle - but beware - green is surrounded by water on 3 sides. The safer option is a medium iron to the fairway and then a short iron to green for par or birdie. This risk / reward theme comes into play on many of the holes that follow, so suiting the average golfer as well as the high handicapper. Most memorable of the remaining holes are the 2 par 3s, 5th & 7th, and the par 4 14th, where the lake comes into play for the long hitter off the tee. Greens were superb and course has a well defined and pleasing layout, with an abundance of wildlife.
The friendly atmosphere of the 19th completes a most enjoyable day out. With lots of special green fee offers for visitors, this venue represents good value for money and a great golfing experience.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8
golfwallah August 7, 2010

Since the redevelopment this course has improved each year. While neither links or parkland it mixes both styles to provide a great challange and some excellant holes with some real risk reward shots.
Balcarrick also has some of the best greens in Ireland and well worth a visit.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9/10
Kevin November 29, 2010

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