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Balcarrick Golf Club
Club Balcarrick Golf Club
Website http://www.balcarrickgolfclub.com
Description Balcarrick was originally founded in 1972 under the name of Dublin & County Golf Club. The club changed its name in 1992 to Balcarrick Golf Club and moved to its current location. The course was designed by Barry Langan and is a magnificent and challenging 18 hole Par 72 golf course, measuring over 6000 metres. Each hole has it's own particular feature and proves a stern test for even the most accomplished golfer. Strategically placed bunkers and water hazards ensure that high levels of accuracy and skill are required to achieve a 'championship' score.
Category Dublin
Keywords Balcarrick Golf Club   Balcarrick Golf Course  
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Telephone +35318434034
Club Address Corballis Donabate Co. Dublin.
Province Leinster
Founded 1992
Number of Holes 18
Course Type
Green Fees Weekday 20 Weekend 25
Open Days
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Average Played Rating: 4.50 (out of 5)
Number of ratings: 2 Votes
Played Rating

Average Registered User Rating: 5.00 5.00 (out of 5)
Number of review: 2 Reviews

Review by Dave (date: 04-Apr-2010)
Subject: visitor
Comment: Course was in great nick - loved the greens which were well manicured and "true". Lots of water around and fairway layouts have greatly improved since we last played it. This is a very peaceful spot with lots of wildlife - a welcome break from work and all the woes of the economy. It's also great value for money. Looking forward to playing it again.
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Review by Kevin (date: 11-Feb-2010)
Subject: Visitor
Comment: Played Balcarrick before and after the recent redevelopment and while its not quite finished what's there now is a magnificant course with some of the best greens I've played in Ireland. As it matures I expect it to become better and better, a must for anyone visiting the area. Club house and facilities are a little basic but the course more than makes up for that.
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