The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the world’s most dramatic coastal landscapes. This absorbing route, the longest coastal route in the world, runs for 2500 kilometres along Ireland’s west coast. County Cork provides the most southerly point of the route, as well as a number of impressive highlights. Surely the most stunning area of all is the unparalleled Old Head of Kinsale, the magnificent clifftops that stretch out two kilometres into the Atlantic Ocean.
The Old Head of Kinsale is home to a World-Class Golf Course and Luxury Members’ Accommodation located in County Cork on the Southwest Coast of Ireland. The Club has developed into one of the most recognised and sought after golf experiences anywhere on earth and is a sanctuary for those seeking the finest in personalised service.
The course is built on a 220-acre diamond of land, jutting out over two miles into the Atlantic Ocean. The promontory is almost an island with numerous caves running beneath your feet as you play the course.
The links and practice area occupy 180 acres and the remaining 40 acres of unspoilt cliff (rising in places to over 300 feet) frame the course. The Old Head also boasts one of the largest group of professional Caddies in the country, with approximately 160 Caddies working at the Club throughout the season.
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