18 holes - 6,809 yards - SSS 73

It is Ireland's only true Island Golf Resort. The course is laid out on gently undulating land, with mature woodland, tricky water hazards subtly contoured greens and beautiful river views. The course has received favourable reviews from all quarters for its excellent layout, which requires a wide variety of shots over the course of the eighteen holes. Feature holes would include the par 4 third, which requires an accurately struck shot from the tee carrying 170 yards over a lake. Your approach is to a sloping green with a second lake to the right and a bunker on each side. The dogleg par four 9th, rated the most difficult at Waterford Castle, requires a well placed tee shot in order to tackle the green in two, while an uphill approach requires a long iron to a well protected green. The homeward journey is equally challenging with the par five 13th, offering beautiful river views and par three 16th being particularly interesting. The 16th at 205 yards is not a hole for the fainthearted and apart from the lake, which runs along the right side of the hole, the green is surrounded left and right by strategic bunkering.

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