Published by Golf’s Greatest Holes on 4 October 2021

Just twenty minutes from Dublin Airport, set on 567 acres of lush private parkland, lies a championship golf course befitting a country in the top tier of global golfing destinations. Masterfully designed down to the last detail by celebrated course architects Donald Steel and Tom MacKenzie, the 18-hole championship Golf Course at Luttrellstown Castle Resort is 7,347 naturally-contoured yards of mature parklands, links-style bunkers, water hazards and a state of the art clubhouse all set within the walls of a centuries-old private estate.

Paul’s goes back to place which means so much to him. He plays the 11th. A pretty par 4 which hugs the river all the way from tee to green. The true magic of the hole is revealed at the approach shot to a tiny green. All of the action is being overlooked by the magnificent castle.

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