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St. Anne’s Golf Club is an impressive links with a par of 71. This includes three par fives and four par threes. There is not one ’pushover’ hole on the entire course and wind conditions can be a major factor in how the course is played.
The famous old links has a unique setting with the splendid panoramic views of Howth Head and across Dublin Bay to the Wicklow mountains
Founded in 1921, an extensive redevelopment of the course was completed in 2003. Also that year the club opened its iconic new state-of-the-art clubhouse.
The course itself has undergone significant development over the past two years, which included the building of five new greens and eight new tee complexes. The sacred turf of the old Croke Park pitch was used to great effect in developing, strengthening and giving real definition to the back nine in St. Anne’s.
"I have played the links at St. Anne's Golf Club on many occasions. A traditional links near the city centre, it's got teeth from the back tees and a great mix of long and short par 4 holes. The 17th is one of the best par 3 holes in the country. I always get a friendly welcome from the members and I would personally recommend a visit."