Askernish Golf Club

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At A Glance

Laid out in the dunes land, four of the original greens have been included in the new routing.

Maintenance is artificial chemical-free with sheep and cattle playing their part in the winter months.

Holes 6-12 are as good as anything at any other links in Ireland or the rest of Scotland.

You can hire Hickories!

Further Viewing

Golf World produced a stunning video which can be seen here

Skratch and Erik Anders Lang made the trek and the video can be seen here

Full Course Review

Old Tom Morris laid out Askernish Golf Club for a wealthy landowner in 1891. The original course was abandoned during WW2.

When it was rediscovered, the architects looked for the original green sites and then routed. The rediscovered course was laid out in the typical Old Tom Morris fashion of 18 stakes on a Sunday afternoon. Gordon Irvine, Martin Ebert, Chris Haspell and Adam Lawerence did the initial work and later Tom Doak assisted.


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The Essentials

Everything you need to know before you go!