The K Club is one of the finest golf resorts in the whole of Ireland and one of the most sought after golf break destinations in the whole of Europe. With two stunning championship golf courses, five star luxury and located near Dublin, The K Club is a must for any golfer embarking on an Irish golf break. For those who enjoy a challenge, the Palmer Course has been tipped by many as the most difficult inland layout on the Emerald Isle.
The Palmer Ryder Cup Course
In late 2006, the Palmer Course at the K Club became Ireland's first Ryder Cup venue, as it played host to Europe's record-equalling victory. It charms, it entices and invariably, brings out the very best in your game. Ranked regularly in the top 3 parkland golf courses in Ireland, this Palmer designed golf haven is a must play 'badge of honour' that has hosted the top golf players in the world. The Ryder Cup in 2006 and 11 European Opens testify the importance of The Palmer Ryder Cup Course to European Golf. It is a stadium-style resort course, and at over 7,300 yards from the tips, many commentators have described it as the most difficult inland layout in the country.
The Smurfit Course
The neighbouring Smurfit Course is an extravagant creation, divided from the Palmer Course by the River Liffy, which flows right through to Dublin. The best way to describe The Smurfit Course at The K Club is that of an inland links. However, its true attributes do not stop there. The course has many dramatic landscapes with dune type mounding throughout. This assists in making the course into a true Championship Golf Course with many vantage points for spectators to view golf professionals at work.
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