18 holes - Palmer Course - 7,337 yards - SSS 76, Smurfit Course - 7,277 yards - SSS 76
The K Club is one of Ireland's leading golf course complexes and was host to the 2006 Ryder Cup. It is conveniently located just half an hours drive from Dublin city centre.
There are two championship courses, the Palmer Course and the Smurfit course, each deliberately different to avoid comparison.
The Palmer course which hosted the Ryder Cup makes clever use of the surrounding natural woodland and the famous River Liffey, one mile of which meanders through the grounds of the course. It has hosted the Irish Open twice.
The Smurfit course is best described as an inland links course. It's construction includes dramatic landscapes and 14 acres of water. it has recently played host to the Smurfit European Open.
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