A straight forward tee shot with a generous fairway. A short hole with a large green – a great chance to start your round off with a birdie.
Arguably the trickiest driving hole on the course for the longer hitters, as the fairway narrows the further you drive the ball. The green is protected by a large bunker.
The shortest of the Par 4’s gives the longer hitters a chance to drive the green. A draw off the tee is required to do so. Very generous hole and a definite birdie chance.
A straight forward Par 3 which should yield a lot of birdies. The green is tricky so don’t get too complacent.
One of the harder holes on the course demands a good tee shot followed by an accurate approach. A par is a good score here.
The second par 3 on the course is a straight forward tee shot onto a very tricky green.
The final hole is the longest and hardest hole on the course. A good tee shot will leave you with a long iron into a very tough green. A par is a great score here.
Grange Castle Golf Club, Nangor Road, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, D22 WY66, Ireland