Corballis Public Golf Links
Donabate, Dublin
Tel : +353 (0)1 8436583

This is a public sea-side links course. Club and trolley hire available. Snack Bar on site.For description see golfer reviews below


Course Details

Course Name: Corballis Holes: 18 Yardage: SSS: 65
Seaside links course.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Corballis

    Colin wrote on: Nov 23, 2010

    What value for money. Anyone who has played the new holes (old ones across the road gone) have commented that the course is finally finished. New holes are fantastic, not long but you have to plot your way round. great course, great value.


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    Fergal wrote on: Nov 14, 2009

    Great news holes over the road have gone 4 new tough proper links holes what a gem only €20 a round still a few blind shots great fun !


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    Rob Green wrote on: Jul 17, 2008

    You must have heard the saying "you only get what you pay for", well I feel Corballis represents supurb value for money. OK, it is a little rough around the edges and the holes that are 'over the road' are weak. However, holes 1 thru 9 are real links golf. To compare Corballis to The Island is just not a fair comparison - it is like comparing me to Tiger Woods!! For euro20 it is a bargain and great fun. I have played the course on 3 occasions and have always been made very welcome.


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    John Palmer wrote on: Aug 17, 2006

    I played the course in July 2006. I enjoyed it immensely, I was made to feel very welcome. Good introduction to links golf and good value for money. Spectacular scenery especially the third hole.


  • disgraceful

    Niall Kennedy wrote on: Aug 15, 2006

    This is probably the worst course in dublin. Blind tee shots, fairways that cross each other and then you cross a main road to play 5 other holes that are like a pitch and putt course ( and not a very good one at that ).
    If you want to play links golf play THE ISLAND. about 3 mins from corballis


      • RE: disgraceful

        James wrote on: Jun 26, 2007

        Well for a start there are only 3 holes in "the field". Ignore these and you are left with a challenging and genuine links golf challenge. Blind tee shots, crossing fairways - these are all part of traditional links. I've played links that shared greens for heavens sake. Next you'll be complaining about the long grass just off the edges of the fairways. As everyone mentions the greens here are superb - they leave many championship courses I've played on recently in the shade. Yes there are a lot of par 3's but apart from the 2 in the field, they are all good holes. You will be hard pressed to shoot nett par here. Unfair to compare it to the Island. Yes the Island is better ... and precisely 5 times as expensive.


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    Paul Broomer wrote on: Oct 7, 2005

    A good course for introducing someone to links courses.Front nine are a great challenge with narrow fairway and high dunes to catch your wayward shots.Great value at only €20 midweek and €25 at weekends.Back nine packs three holes being in one small field.A minor criticism.Well worth a visit,especially on a windy day.


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    Ray Byrne wrote on: Jan 27, 2004

    Although very short it is a very trickey layout, a great introduction to traditional links golf. Probely the best greens in Dublin, a credit to the greens staff.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Geoff Rummel 01/00

    Geoff Rummel wrote on: Dec 31, 1999

    A good, affordable (13 Irish Pounds) course. Fun to play, even in January with a stiff wind. The front nine are challenging with some impressively high dunes and deep valleys. The back nine are much easier with the exception of the tenth (a short par 3 uphill all the way from the tee) and the eleventh (the littlest slice from the tee will land you out of bounds on the beach) holes.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Gerry Morrissey 7/98

    Gerry Morrissey wrote on: Jun 30, 1998

    This is a very pleasant and affordable introduction to links golf. Except for 3 weak holes on the back nine, this is genuine links with some fine challenging holes. The only real criticism is that the course is very short - par 65 - with one par 5.


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