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A touch uphill Par 4 with a narrow fairway protected by trees on both left and right. The green is long and narrow and protected by bunkers left and right.
Accuracy off the tee is the key shot for this dogleg Par 4. The ideal drive will land before the ditch leaving a shot of around 150 metres to the green.
The addition of two bunkers in the fairway provides food for thought off the tee with longer hitters looking to drive over the bunkers leaving a short shot to the green.
The sloping green makes this par 3 a particular challenge. Depending on the pin position, players try to keep the ball below the hole tee shot providing an uphill putt.
This long par 4 for men (par 5 for ladies) provides a generous fairway from the tee, but out of bounds on the right provides food for thought in the approach shot to the green.
This Par 5 is the first of the outer six to be used and provides a tight tee shot between trees on the left and right. The ideal approach shot is from the left of the fairway as the green slopes from right to left.
A sharp dogleg requires the tee shot to pass the bunker and trees to the left of the fairway leaving a shot through a tunnel of trees to the green.
With bunkers left and right of the green, some members choose to play short of this Par 3 and chip or putt from the front of the green. .
This relatively short par 4 is protected from the drive by fairway bunkers and the sloping green is best approached from the left hand side of the fairway.
The 10th is a signature Par 4 in Grange with challenges from tee to green. The ideal tee shot is a gentle draw leaving a fairway wood to the green, which slopes from back to front.
The 11th in Grange is a challenging uphill Par 3 with bunkers left and right protecting the back-to-front sloping green.
Although a short par 4, the approach shot to the 12th provides a challenge, particularly when the pin is on the top of the two-tier green.
The 13th is a tight par 4 with a narrow green and protected by the large tree to the right of the fairway and bunkers front, left and behind the green.
This Par 5 runs alongside Marlay Park which is out of bounds for any errant tee shots. The long green provides a number of options for pin positions putting a premium on the approach shot.
This Par 3 was remodelled in the past few years and the new green provides options for a variety of challenging pin positions.
This long par 4 tests the golfer from the tee with Marlay Park lurking to the right and a line of trees on the left. A drive in the fairway still leaves a lengthy iron or fairway wood to the green.
A long uphill par 5 with trees on the right and left off the tee to be navigated before the ideal second shot to the middle of the fairway providing a short iron approach to the green.
A truly great finishing hole with the ideal tee shot finishing on the left hand side of the fairway but the river and trees to the right to be navigated before reaching the green.
Rathfarnham, D16 X330, Ireland
Phone: +353 (0) 1 493 2889
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