Howth Golf Club - Dublin
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Howth Golf Club is located amidst the Hill of Howth on this breathtakingly scenic peninsula to the north of the city centre.
Founded in 1916, the course was designed by renowned golfer and course architect James Braid, a five-time winner of 'The Open' Golf Championship. Howth's 5th hole in particular is an excellent example of Mr Braid's penchant for incorporating dog leg design holes into his course layouts.
The Howth Golf Club covers some hilly terrain, so a degree of fitness is required.
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