We can only think that the large increase in price of £24 for a round was to pay for the gimmick of satellite navigation in the buggies. I walk the course, so why should I have to pay for that?
We had a tee time booked, but there was no starter, and there was a golf lesson on the first tee - what was all that about? And they didn't stop when we walked up.
Lastly, five and half hours for a round being held up all the way: Marshalling is required, methinks. On the whole, they are both very good courses. They need better managing, but at that price we will not return.
December 8, 2006
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"My wife and I have played lots of courses throughout Ireland and have played this beautiful course about 4 or 5 times now, and we both agree that it is one of the best golf courses in Ireland," GolfEurope.com reader Don Kirkaldy reports.
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