Rosapenna Golf Resort
Rosapenna Golf Resort is a golfer's paradise located in the picturesque County Donegal in Ireland. The resort boasts two stunning championship links courses, the Old Tom Morris Links and the Sandy Hills Links. The Old Tom Morris Links was originally designed in 1893 by the legendary Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews, and it was later modified by James Braid and Harry Vardon in 1906, who added length and detailed bunkering to the course. Rosapenna's Old Tom Morris Course remains largely unchanged, serving as a standing tribute to the superb design work of those old masters. The course promises a piece of historic golf magic that will leave golf enthusiasts enchanted.
On the other hand, the Sandy Hills Links course was designed by Pat Ruddy and opened for play in June 2003. The course offers a contrasting experience to the Old Tom Morris Links, with modern design elements that incorporate the natural dunes and elevated greens to provide a challenging yet enjoyable golf experience. Measuring 7,155 yards from the back tees, it is considered one of the longest courses in Ireland, and it's ideal for golfers who love a challenging round.
Both courses at Rosapenna Golf Resort offer spectacular views of the surrounding landscape, including beautiful beaches and the Atlantic Ocean. The resort's facilities include a practice range, short game area, and a well-stocked pro shop. Visitors can also relax and enjoy some refreshments in the cozy clubhouse, which offers excellent amenities while retaining its traditional character. Rosapenna Golf Resort is a must-visit destination for golfers seeking a memorable golfing experience in Ireland.