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Mahony’s Point is a sweet foil to the muscularity of its Killeen sibling. They brush up against each other a couple of times, sharing the same terrain and the same stunning scenery. Indeed, a combination of their holes once formed the original 1930s’ course.
But Mahony’s Point is a gentler affair, with more accessible fairways and greens, as well as a more relaxed pace. While Killeen was being adorned with impressive modern design flourishes (completed in 2006), Mahony’s Point was left well alone.
What it does have, however, is a stunning closing stretch including Ireland’s most remarkable and unforgettable 18th hole, a par three over the edge of Lough Leane to a green in a dell of Scots Pines.
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