This championship-standard course is set on 120 acres of parkland and measures 5,933m with a par of 71. It is a popular venue for regional play-offs and finals in the Leinster area and has hosted the All Ireland Cups and Shield finals. The course is mostly flat terrain with an abundance of trees. Notable features are the difficult par threes, the longer par four 11th and the final four holes, which have ruined many a fine card. The course has undergone significant enhancement over the years, boasts sand-based greens and is playable all year round.
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