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Golf Course Says
Ireland's only publicly owned links course offers the unique experience of traditional links golf at affordable prices. One of the most popular pay and play courses in the country Corballis Public Links lies just 25 minutes from the centre of Dublin and the seaside course offers relaxed, friendly golf throughout the year.
Golfalot Review of Corballis Golf Course
Corballis Public Links is a short course but that certainly doesn't mean it is easy. The scoring record for the course, proudly displayed in the course shop, shows that the best score in competition is only level par - there are not many municipal courses that can claim that. It's easy to see the scale of challenge when you get out in the course. In truth even on the longer par fours you'll probably want to leave the driver in the bag. Play for position off the tees because the rough that lines every hole is punishing and well guarded greens mean your approach shots are critical. There are a number of par three's but they are all intriguing enough to hold your interest. For a public course Corballis is in excellent condition and the greens in particular were top notch the day we played. The only drawback was the speed of play: with lots of fourballs and lots of time spent searching in the rough a round can take longer than you would hope. Despite that though Corballis is an excellent and affordable introduction to Irish links golf.
|Tom Hall||22/06/2009 14:22:49|
With the sun shining - after a typically Irish shower as we teed off - Corballis is the perfect place to play a relaxed round of links golf. Although it's not long, the course does have more than enough to challenge you for 18 holes - take plenty of golf balls because the rough is really quite penal in places. The greens were in excellent condition and most have been well designed with plenty of protection especially on the many memorable par threes. A couple of slight criticisms: it took us over four and a half hours to play 18 and it was only as quick as that because two groups in front called it a day after nine. There are also a couple of holes on the back nine which cross over each other. It's not immediately obvious who has the "right of play" and it did feel slightly dangerous as balls began to fly about all over the place. But these are minor quibbles about a wonderfully relaxed and unstuffy golf course which provides a really nice introduction to Irish golf with more than its fair share of really excellent holes.
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