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Portmarnock is a gem tucked near Dublin surrounded by water on three sides. It is a course which does not have two holes in a row facing the same direction, making players discern the wind’s direction on each set up to the ball. Historically, Portmarnock could only be reached by boat and the bell which rang to communicate the last ride of the day still hangs at the caddie master’s pavilion. The original 18 holes were built by the club’s members and local advisors. Within a close proximity to Dublin, Portmarnock may be the best course in the region. If you find yourself starting or ending your Irish golf trip in Dublin, Portmarnock cannot be ignored.