Portmarnock Golf Club
Portmarnock, Dublin
Tel : +353 (0)1 846 2968 Fax : +353 (0)1 846 2601

Portmarnock Golf ClubThe world famous Portmarnock GC was established in 1894 and has hosted numerous Major championships including the British Amateur Championship and Carrolls Irish Open throughout its long and illustrious history. The course is generally regarded as being one of the top 10 links courses in the British Isles. Trolley, buggy and caddy hire are available. Full catering available though large parties should pre-arrange.

11 km north east of Dublin

Further Information
Portmarnock Golf Club is not affiliated to Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links in any way. For more information on Portmarnock Golf Club see www.po rtmarnockgolfclub.ie

Course Details

Course Name: Portmarnock Holes: 18 Yardage: 7108 SSS: 75
One of the best links and true championship courses in the British Isles with breathtaking sea views. Traditional in design with natural contours and open spaces, the wind can pose a real challenge to golfers, regardless of handicap. The course has a good mix of long and short holes though length is no indication of par as most are par 4s. The course length from the Championship tees is over 7,100 yards.

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

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  • Portmarnock Golf Club

    Gary Boyd wrote on: Aug 20, 2011

    My son & I played this course in July 2011. The trip was a father's day gift. We played 5 rounds at different places. Portmarnock Golf Club was the highlight. Absolutely fantastic in every way, from the way we were received to the course itself. Has to be the toughest course either one of us had ever played but completely enjoyable. What every golfing visitor to Ireland envisions when planning a trip. What an experience that I'll never forget.....


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mike and Scott Hovde 10/99

    Mike and Scott Hovde wrote on: Sep 30, 1999

    My son and I were privileged to play Portmarnock golf club. It was special from the moment we arrived. We had an 8:30AM tee time but as soon as we announced ourselves to the proshop, they acted as if we were visiting dignitaries My son and I have indexes of 17 and we hired a caddy. The Caddymaster was exceptionally nice and before we knew it we were on the tee at 7:50AM. We were the first off that morning. We were hit by wind, rain, sunshine then wind and rain again it was marvellous!!
    An old links course by the sea with harsh weather, just what we pictured. I don't think we could have found our way around the course with out a caddy (It is not well marked)
    Over all it was a great experience. We played on October 22,1999