Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Part II: The Gorse of Galway Golf Club

Some more photographs of Galway Golf Club, which just happens to sit on the Wild Atlantic Way and on the outskirts of one of the best foodie cities in Ireland.

The 4th green, with the 2nd green behind
Galway Golf Club is among the forgotten golf courses in Ireland, which is a shame... it offers a flash of everything and the place is brimming with confidence. I like a course that a) leaves piles of copies of the Irish Times sitting by the entrance, and b) has the self-belief to leave a Comment Card in full view, which covers the full day's golfing experience.

You can leave a few comments yourself at the bottom of this blog, because these photographs show you how good the course looks and how much fun you'll have.

Sunrise over the 3rd green at Galway Golf Club

Views up the 5th hole

Views from the clubhouse over the par three 9th

Views from the 11th tee over the green and to the distant clubhouse.

The 14th green in early morning light.
And if you want to see some photos from the previous evening's shoot at Galway Golf Club: here you go.

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