A round at Ballyowen Golf Club is quite an experience.
Perched atop a plateau on more than 250 acres, this Heathland-style track gives you the sense you’re playing one of the great courses in Ireland.
Holes make their way through open farmland and rolling meadows.
Even though the fairways are generous, trouble looms as tall fescue and other native grasses punish errant shots.
If it’s your first time playing here, it’s a good idea to take one of the local caddies to help you select clubs and read putts. For just an extra $20 and gratuity, a caddy can make all the difference.