|The bell on Enniscrone's 4th hole, a par five.|
It just leaves a bad taste as you walk off the tee. Not that we walked off very quickly as the three ball in front of us were stopped halfway down the 1st and sent back to the tee to play off different tees. There was no Starter and the guys had teed off the Whites, not the Greens... what that meant for the two groups in front is anyone's guess.
|Tee shot on the very tough par four 12th.|
|Approaching the par five 16th. You just can't land it on the green, so a|
little bump and run is required.
Above, the photo shows views down the 16th hole, from the 17th tee. A former Enniscrone General Manager, Pat, once told me: "Risk and Reload"... i.e. Enniscrone is no place to take risks. He also offered me the simple advice of: "Never be long." The 16th is the perfect example.
|Tee shot on 17, with Killala Bay behind.|
|The blind drive on Enniscrone's par five 2nd. (Spotters required -|
on the left)
|The approach to the par four 12th. Don't be short... don't be long.|