Narin and Portnoo Golf Club
Portnoo, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Tel: +353 74 9545107 Fax: +353 (0)74 95 45994

Narin and Portnoo Golf ClubBeautifully located on Gweebarra bay, the course is playable all the year round.

9 km north of Ardara, Donegal

Further Information
Manager :- Sean Murphy
Trolley hire available.
Practice and restaurant facilities on site.
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Course Details

Course Name: Narin And Portnoo Holes: 18 Yardage: 5950 SSS: 68
Narin and Portnoo requires skill and proficiency with every club in the bag to overcome the subtle challenges of its relatively short but stiff links course.
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  • Portnoo GC

    Paul Rouse wrote on: Sep 18, 2007

    12 months have passed and the Dunkineeley Invitational returned to Narin and Portnoo GC.
    The course was again immaculate and the new holes have further improved the layout.Golfing there was a pleasure.
    Well done to Micky Hughes (4,cat 1) who retained the trophy.


  • Portnoo GC

    Micky Hughes wrote on: Sep 21, 2006

    Since taking a hammering on the fair links at Portnoo the Dunkineely Executive Committee have decided to serve a notice upon victorious Micky Hughes (scr)
    The allegations will be contested vigorously by the defendent who outplayed the other competitors and grabbed the cup.


      • RE: Portnoo GC

        Paul Rouse wrote on: Jul 12, 2007

        Well done Micky, you were awesome.And well done to the greenstaff at Portnoo GC; you maintain a beautiful course to a very high standard.
        Once again, well done Micky.


  • Portnoo GC

    Micky Hughes wrote on: Sep 14, 2006

    The second round of the 2006 Dunkineely Invitational was held at Narin and Portnoo GC on Saturday 9.9.06
    Conditions were sympathetic to the golfers but the course still had teeth to bare.
    Basically, you follow a loop. Out towards the ocean which you meet at hole 6.The wind was behind until then. However, once you turn you know about it!
    Portnoo is always in lovely condition and everyone will enjoy the course and hospitality.
    Congratulations to Micky Hughes who won the trophy, closely followed by Noel Cosgrove, Peter Salter and Paul Rouse


  • Harder than it looks

    Michael ONeill wrote on: May 17, 2004

    Dont let the length of this course fool you. It may be short but its unbelieveably difficul to score well. The course has magnificent views and some great holes - its as good as any in Donegal.


  • The boys from the north

    Michael Costelloe wrote on: Feb 6, 2004

    Looking forward to bringing the lads down to the lynx. I used to play the course as a child, but I bet its changed a little.
    Its the only course that had cows grazing the fairways!
    See ya in the summer. Thanks


  • RE: narin and portnoo

    wrote on: Feb 5, 2004

    watch urselves in the summer iam gona hit use wit a bang


  • narin and portnoo

    cat don wrote on: Jan 8, 2004

    Times have moved on at narin and portnoo, the secretary is Tom Plunket and the telephone no is.0749545107. for people outside of Ireland add 00353 and drop the first 0 of number. A beautiful course, if in donegal dont miss playing Narin and Portnoo.


  • Narin and Portnoo

    Joe McCarron wrote on: Jan 1, 2004

    What a beauty, and what a test of golf. I played Narin and Portnoo on a recent visit to donegal and I can honestly say its one of the best links courses in Ireland. THE STAFF WERE EXCELENT. Mr. Murphy went out of his way to help. Green fees are only 30euro. So if you are planning a visit to Donegal put Narin and Portnoo on your places to visit. phone no is. 0749545107 ask for Sean or the lovely Noleen.


      • RE: Narin and Portnoo

        ray wrote on: Nov 22, 2004

        what are the green fees
        thank you


  • narin and portnoo

    cathal donoghue wrote on: Jan 1, 2004

    played the links at narin and portnoo recently and for someone who played the likes of the K club and Ballybunnion. I must say that nairn and portnoo is as good as i have played. a hidden gem on the atlantic coast. a must for all golfers.


  • Narin Portnoo

    Jasper Aalbers wrote on: Oct 15, 2003

    Played here June 2003, we actually didn't plan on playing here but at the end of our holiday we've played this course three times.
    Although it is not a well known course,and it might look as being short when you look at the par and de S.S.
    It is actually the most beautiful links course I have ever played, the scenery is absolutely out of this world.
    We have also played all great courses in the North (Donegal, Ballyliffin, Enniscrone, Bundoran) But none can of these course are so enjoyable to play as Narin Portnoo.
    So if you have the oppertunity, go here and play, I ensure you you want to play it again and again.


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