We were disappointed with Ardglass. Starts great but there are some very average holes after that. Didn't help that it was wet and cold when we played there and could hardly see where we were going.The Valley course at Portrush is indeed a better course since losing the two holes to the Dunluce and as you say a great fun golf course!
Also glad to hear someone else agrees with me that Ardglass wasn’t anywhere near the quality of course it gets made out to be!
You say you’ll be back to play Portrush someday we’ll if your over here and fancy a run down and a game or two at Ballyliffin give me a shout, not only do we have the two main courses we also have a new 9 hole par 3 course which opened this year.
Silloth a fun course. ?Tough as old boots and it is always wet and cold there.
All my fun courses are in the sunny warm south. Perranporth, Cleeve Hill and Huntercombe.
Conditions like that have been the norm this year, probably why all the higher handicappers are destroying it.
Haha thats my mate in the photo. At 6'3" and 18 stone I'm what most people would describe as hefty, and hacking is definitely the most accurate way of describing my golf. So the username seemed apt.
I always enjoy a game at Tain, from the first round I had there, where I fell in love with the course, which was my first ever round on a links, I liked it so much I went in and joined on the spot, so did my American friend Bob, but alas he has never been back to play it.