The championship parkland course at Dungarvan Golf Club, County Waterford, has many interesting and pleasant sights for those who want to admire its natural beauty alongside the game. The opportunity to witness the wonders of nature arise because of the fact that the club has Comeragh Mountains as its backdrop. The architectural soundness of this 18 hole course excites all golfers and compels them to prove their mettle. The area on which men are allowed to play measures 6,688 yards, while the women can play on an area of 5,456 yards. The club also has a special policy towards visitors with the view to provide them an excellent time at the course.
Established in the year 1920, the staff at the club is always willing to serve guests and members and provide the hospitable service in the bar, clubhouse and restaurant. In addition to these, other facilities are also available such as renting carts, trolleys and clubs. Moreover, there is a practice area as well as a pro shop within the premises of the club. As a result of the efforts made by its management to provide all these facilities, the place has been turned into one of the ideal Irish spots for playing golf.
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