Douglas Golf Club
|Red (W)||73||5031 meters|
|Blue M: 73.1/123||385||399||499||175||409||384||196||505||318||3270||339||379||404||404||409||146||418||394||497||3390||6660|
|White M: 70.7/121||358||389||487||152||383||370||185||497||306||3127||330||378||398||384||375||127||398||384||470||3244||6371|
|Red W: 67.1/113||330||281||408||131||301||325||160||431||285||2652||314||352||375||304||349||104||315||314||419||2846||5498|
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Another option in Cork
Got the chance to fit in 9 holes with our recent visit to Cork. My former neighbor and member at Douglas got us all set-up to play. Had not played in years but found the course to be in great shape, bunkers ideal, and very little water. Had some wind and was cool, but mostly sunny. It is a tight little layout, easy to walk, and holes that actually cross over one another. Keep your voices down for the greens and tee boxes are very close to one another. Even if you sink a 35 birdie putt like I did on the Par 3, No 7 hole. Worth a look as a option to play when in Cork like. The course distance are in metres so bring your rangefinder. I was able to use mine.