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Ballybunion Golf Club

Founded in 1893, Ballybunion Golf Club had barely opened its doors before experiencing financial problems. An investment from Colonel Bartholomew saved the, then nine hole club, in 1906. The course expended to a full eighteen holes in 1927. Though considered one of the finest links courses in the world, Ballybunion’s reputation grew over time. It’s highly regarded by many of the world’s best players and has played host to the Irish Open in 2000. Remodeled in 1995 by Tom Watson, the modern Ballybunion course has climbed the world ranking charts to as high as 7th in 2005 and boasts two golf courses; The Old Course and The Cashen Course.

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Founded in 1893, Ballybunion Golf Club had barely opened its doors before experiencing financial problems. An investment from Colonel Bartholomew saved the, then nine hole club, in 1906. The course expended to a full eighteen holes in 1927. Though considered one of the finest links courses in the world, Ballybunion’s reputation grew over time. It’s highly regarded by many of the world’s best players and has played host to the Irish Open in 2000. Remodeled in 1995 by Tom Watson, the modern Ballybunion course has climbed the world ranking charts to as high as 7th in 2005 and boasts two golf courses; The Old Course and The Cashen Course.