Review for Bull Bay

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Review:

I have played Bull Bay on both a sunny still day and a wild and windy day and the course plays way over its par on the windy days as you are on the rocky outcrop at the most northerly part of North Wales. The course has a heathland / links feel to it on what is very natural land. The opener is a good par 4 up the hill and the second takes you out through the sheep gate to a small slick green, the first par 3 offers no let up as it is 220 yards and with a wind in you face a good “drive” will be required (6 iron wind assisted days). The course crosses over a few times but without too many problems but there are a few blind shots which the purists will not enjoy, the finish can also be brutal with 2 long par 4’s and the final one a real brute should the wind be against. Great value course which is an ideal stop off when using the ferry to and from Dublin, I can not recommend this one highly enough if you like your golf natural.

Date: January 21, 2008


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