K-Club North Course - Par 71 - 7,026 Yards
The original north course at the K-Club was designed by Arnold Palmer and is now also known as the Palmer course. It has hosted the European Open since 1995 and is recognised as one of the finest and best maintained courses on the European Tour.
Several holes are played by the River Liffey as it flows through the estate. It is especially intimidating on the par-4 8th & 16th holes and also features on the par-3 17th.
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K-Club South (Smurfit) Course - 7,277 Yards - Par 72
The south course is the newer of the courses at the K-Club and hosted teh European Open in 2004. Also designed by Arnold Palmer, the goal was to provide a course that defied comparison with the north course.
The result, sometimes referred to as an inland links, has been a more open style course with dune like mounding and several plantations of wild shrub such as gorse and balckthorn. Water also features, especially on the final 6 holes and there are island greens most notably at the last
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