Cill Mhuire Na nGall (Kilmurry Negual) translates directly from Irish as "The Church of Mary of the Standing Stones". This was the name given to the area during the Cromwellian Plantation in Ireland. It was considered a poor area and over a few hundred years became completely forgotten about until the mid 20th century due to the local economic boom from the building of Shannon Airport and the Industrial Estate beside it.
The idea was to create a course using the inspiration of your hometown and I feel like I've done a pretty decent job of that. This course, built in the countryside theme, is very much a links style course with plenty of undulations, run off areas and dunes to navigate. This is built as a tough test and truly tests the patience of each player. Birdie opportunities will present themselves but so will bogies, so beware.
Designed for conditions cranked up, Very Fast, Very Firm & winds Very High