|Warrenpoint Golf Club is a solid parkland course, reader Anthony McNamee says. (Courtesy discovernorthernireland.com)|
Warrenpoint Golf Club in County Down is a very well-maintained, well-laid-out, mature Ireland parkland golf course. The greens and tee boxes are particularly well-kept. The only slight downfall is that a number of fairways cross each other.
It is a good test, but with the exception of a handful of tricky holes (seven, 13, 17, 18), it probably isn't the toughest test of golf, as it isn't very long and most of the fairways are inviting, quite straight and flat. With three par 5s in the opening four holes, all of them birdie opportunities, make sure you warm up properly.
October 12, 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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