Learn the secrets of playing Golf well, this video shows you the Cork club golf course.
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Cork Club Golf Course Review
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On the on the outskirts of Cork is the historic Cork Golf Club, one of Ireland’s hidden gems. Yes, another one, it’s very private club but it still accepts visitors and you’ll want to take advantage of that. The park land course was designed by the great Alister MacKenzie who designed another course in Georgia with which you are probably much more familiar. Augusta National, home of the Masters. At the Cork Golf Club MacKenzie integrated the course into its surroundings.
Lee is in play on the 4th one of the toughest power forwards in all of Ireland as well as on the challenging Power Five 5th. The Cork Golf Club is most famous for it’s old rock quarry reminiscent of the Merion Golf Club in Philadelphia. The course is 5 holes that run through the quarry each designed to incorporate all of the tests of former quarry can impose. Alister MacKenzie’s beautiful parkland design is as it should be difficult but fair. It’s a challenge worth taking on and if you’re successful highly rewarding.
Spain’s Seve Ballesteros one of the 5 majors once visited the Cork Golf Club in East Prime the Seve Tree marks the distance of a vicious driver that went over 350 yards and typically in this case slightly left. Unlike other courses visited by tourist in this part of Ireland the Cork Golf Club is a historic and classically designed providing an opportunity to relish the ultimate and traditional Irish golf.
We wouldn’t be remiss if we didn’t take you to one other famous destination very close to Cork. This one can also service a terrific base for this part of Ireland. It’s the historic stone of Blarney. A visit to the hollowed ground of Blarney Castle is a must for many visitors to the Emerald Isle and when you see the castle in all its splendor you realize why it’s on so many itineraries.
A roaring fire, a pint of Guinness, the warmeet of welcomes. Plan your trip at www.hiddenlinksgolf.com