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Rosapenna Golf Pavilion, County Donegal

(4.6/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • Really majestic Golf Course cut out from the dramatic links land surrounding Rosapenna. The course is designed to test your abilities to play as well as to use your imagination. There are very few wea...  more »
  • Often links designed to Pat Ruddy in 2003! Sandy Hills is an excellent field in capital letters. Narrow streets, crazy rough, outlet tees and strategic height, incredible blind shots and greens high and "moved", but playable bunkers make the tour an "awesome" experience; and if to "eso" you add the rain and the wind... It is necessary a good golfing level to play it. Clubhouse called "Pavillion" is a replica of the old hotel. Pro shop's level and modern and spacious bar-restaurant. Very good meals (soup of the day delicious!) and meticulous service. It seems that the second "Old Tom Morris" travel is more accessible. The two routes share the same Clubhouse. The "memorial" or Tom Morris statue dominates the stage.
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  • Although people have been traveling to this remote northwestern corner of Ireland for over a century it really hasn't gotten any easier. Still it is a delight once you settle in. The new Pat Ruddy San...  more »