Detailed Information about Castleknock Golf Course
A short risk reward par 4. The green is drivable with a nice draw but beware the water that runs all the way up the left. An iron and a wedge might be the best play.
A long par 5. Out of bounds left dominates the tee shot. Drive the ball to the right of the tree to open up the 2nd shot.
A demanding tee shot. Aim for left half of the green because anything drifting right will find water. A new tee box also offers a different angle.
Bunkers left and right dominate the tee shot. Long hitters beware of running through the fairway. A long second shot awaits to a well guarded green.
A drivable par 4. A very shallow green means the second shot needs to be very precise to get close.
A short par 5. A good drive leaves a long iron or wood 2nd shot to the green. Avoid the water on the left off the tee.
Another great par 3 this time with water on the left and behind the green. Often a wood is required to reach the putting surface.
A nice draw from the tee leaves you in the best position for your second shot. A well guarded and sloping green often makes par a good score on this long par 5.
The shorter of the two par threes that share the double green in front of the clubhouse.
A nice par 5. Water left and out of bounds right guard the tee shot. A long hitter can carry the road which sets up a great birdie chance.
A medium length par three surrounded by water and framed by a rock wall. Often looked on as the signature hole anything long or right will find water.
A straight away par 4. A good straight drive should leave a short approach and hopefully set up a birdie chance.
A short par 4 with water short that is hidden from the tee. The green is shallow and sloping from front to back which demands a precise second shot.
Index 1 and the longest par 4 on the course. Drive as close as possible to the bunkers to shorten the demanding 2nd shot.
A long tee shot at the left hand green side bunker can set up a birdie chance. Anything right however will find trouble.
The final real birdie chance of the round. Out of bounds right and a deep bunker on the left await any crooked tee shot. A long straight drive and a birdie awaits.
A fantastic long par 4 framed by the tree 50 yards short of the green. This holes demands two great shots to reach a well guarded green.
The longer of the two par threes that share our double green brings you to the finish. Beware the severity of the green which slopes from back to front.