Par 71; 6,593 Yards
At the turn of the 20th Century, Portmarnock, on a peninsula 10 miles north of Dublin, was the Irish club to belong to. For many, that is still the case. While one of the club’s founders, William Pickeman, is credited with the initial design, Portmarnock has evolved over the years to the great championship layout it is today. The British Amateur, the Walker Cup, the World Cup, and multiple Irish Opens have been played here.