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One of the shining stars of the rural northwest side of Ireland is Rosapenna Golf Club, a 36-hole club home to the Sandy Hills links.
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Many call County Louth Golf Club, also known as 'Baltray' one of the better unknown golf links of Ireland.
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As Ireland's northernmost golf club, Ballyliffin is worth the trek to play raw, natural links golf. Luckily, there are 36 holes to enjoy here before heading back to civilization.
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Located on Bull Island in the heart of Dublin, Royal Dublin has been a city escape for Dubliners since 1885.
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The Island Golf Club is a convenient and historic links play minutes from Dublin.
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Designed by Irish writer-turned-architect Pat Ruddy, The European Club features 20 holes to enjoy just south of Dublin.
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Ballybunion's raw and rugged links have been beloved by Americans for decades, including Tom Watson and President Bill Clinton.
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The name says it all: 'Calamity.' This par 3 at Royal Portrush is one of the most intimidating in all of links golf.
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'Shipwreck' at Tralee Golf Club is one of Ireland's most famous par 3s.
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One of the toughest links on Earth is Walker Cup host Royal County Down in Northern Ireland.
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Portstewart Golf Club is one of Northern Ireland's great 19th century links.
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Dating back to 1889, Waterville Golf Club has since been redesigned by Tom Fazio.
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A look at some of the best photos from the TaylorMade Driving Relief, won by the team of Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson.