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Golf>Boards Golf society Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links Feb 23th 12.00pm
benny79 23:19 03-02-2019 (12 Thanks)
Ladies & Gentleman it gives me great pressure to announce the first outing for the Boards society for 2019.....

Situated on the shoreline of a rugged peninsula, The Links Portmarnock was the first golf course that International Management Group (IMG) developed in Ireland and opened for play in 1995.
It was therefore fitting that Bernhard Langer chose this magnificent setting to design his first links course being a three time winner of the Irish Open at nearby Portmarnock Golf Club and The Royal Dublin Golf Club. Along with architect Stan Eby they designed a course that is a challenge for all golfers, set in the grounds of the old Jameson Estate of St. Marnocks, the course has played host to professional and amateur events including 2008 and 2009 Ladies Irish Open
The recent investment programme by new owners Kennedy Wilson includes, upgraded machinery, extensive upgrades of the course, the creation of a short game area, riveting of traditional links pot bunkers, grass pathway and enhancements that make full use of the dunes and natural terrain.

https://www.portmarnock.com/course.html



The fee for this one is €50 for members & €60 for guests

#Please note this is the last Saturday of the month & not the usual 3rd#

Teamer invites should be gone out.

Any questions give me a shout and I would just like to thank the commitee members for all the help and advice in the background to date.

Special thanks to Golfgraffiix for getting us a big discount on the rack rate!

Your Captain

Benny79
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Seve OB 23:24 03-02-2019 (3 Thanks)
Was looking forward to this one but family holidays take precedent.
Will see a few of you guys the following week though for our trip to the home of golf.
Enjoy the links practice :)
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OffalyMedic 01:41 04-02-2019 (2 Thanks)
Hoping to make it depending on work. 75% be there. Will let ye know for definitely next week
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davegilly 08:50 04-02-2019 (1 Thanks)
Looking forward to this! I’ve accepted on teamer - can I make a request for an early tee time as I have to be home for 6pm that evening? Thanks a mill
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a post punk 10:12 04-02-2019 (1 Thanks)
Best of luck for the year Benny. Looking forward to the season ahead. The jug race begins:)
PP
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doublecross 11:53 04-02-2019 (1 Thanks)
Best of luck this year Benny. Put me down for a late tee time if possible.
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a post punk 13:37 04-02-2019 (1 Thanks)
Stick us down for an early tee time if possible Benny. I’ll be travelling cross country with Kiers47. Thanks.
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slave1 13:51 04-02-2019 (4 Thanks)
Long time lurker taking the plunge, sort out the weather, nice and balmy would be perfect
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kennethrhcp 14:13 04-02-2019 (2 Thanks)
looking forward to this Benny! was gonna travel up with Break80 from Cork but now reckon myself & my wife will make a weekend of it & head up the Friday.

Best of luck for the year & i'll hopefully make a few events
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RoadRunner 15:19 04-02-2019 (1 Thanks)
In :D I love this course!
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Kiith 15:37 04-02-2019
First timer looking forward to it. Course looks great, though i'd say it'll be tough.

If anyone is driving via Kildare (live in Monasterevin, but can get anywhere along the train route), that'd be great.
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charlieIRL 15:53 04-02-2019 (2 Thanks)
Originally Posted by slave1:
Long time lurker taking the plunge, sort out the weather, nice and balmy would be perfect
Two of us are travelling together captain so can you put us on the same line, early as possible as well please.

Looking forward to getting going.
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Break80 15:57 04-02-2019 (2 Thanks)
Looking forward to it.
I have fond memories of being carried around this course by golfgraffics 2 years ago in the Ryder jug.ðŸ˜ðŸ˜ðŸ˜
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benny79 16:53 04-02-2019
Originally Posted by Kiith:
First timer looking forward to it. Course looks great, though i'd say it'll be tough.

If anyone is driving via Kildare (live in Monasterevin, but can get anywhere along the train route), that'd be great.
Hi Kiith if you can you get to Athy? I might be able to sort you out.
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spacecoyote 17:59 04-02-2019 (1 Thanks)
Looking forward to it Captain. Tough but fair course would be my memory with some interesting risk reward holes.

Preference would be for a tee time towards the early end of possible.
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