The Local Drive Irish Classic Presented by Bushmills
Play Days: Sunday (All day), Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (9-1pm & 4-10pm)
League Length: 3 Week Tournament(1 round per week) 54 Total Holes
Gameplay: 18 Holes ( 2 hours of play per week)
1st Place: 2 tickets to the Denver Nuggets, 12 yr Single Malt Irish Whiskey from Bushmills, The Local Drive Martini Polos and FREE entry into the next league
2nd Place: FREE entry into the next league, $150 gift card to The Local Drive, The Local Drive Martini Polos and 10 yr Single Malt Irish Whiskey from Bushmills
Weekly Long Drive Contests: Bottles of Whiskey & Golf Swag from Bushmills & The Local Drive
Weekly Closest to the Pin: Bottles of Whiskey & Golf Swag from Bushmills & The Local Drive
Weekly Best Team Score: Bottles of Whiskey & Golf Swag from Bushmills & The Local Drive
First Round: Lahinch GC
Lahinch is a world class links course nestled right on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Host to the Irish Open in 2019, the course is famous for its huge grass covered sand dunes. Look out for classic holes such as the par 5, 4th hole ‘Klondyke’ and the unique, totally blind par 3, 5th hole – ‘Dell’
Second Round: Adare Manor
The Golf Course at Adare Manor, is set to host the Ryder Cup in 2027 and offers a spectacular golfing experience in a beautiful parkland estate. With mature trees, gorgeously landscaped terrain, and bounded by the peaceful waters of the River Maigue, the course is every bit as strategic as it is scenic. It demands precision but rewards risk and courage.
Third Round: Royal Portrush – Dunluce Links
The Dunluce Links is regarded as one of the most challenging and spectacular links courses in the world. It was host to the 148th Open Championship in 2019 where Shane Lowry won the Claret Jug in his home country of Ireland. Originally designed by Harry Colt, the course offers breathtaking golfing landscapes beside the Atlantic Ocean, and includes some of the most stunning holes in golf. The 382 yard 5th hole with scenic views from the elevated tee towards the White Rocks beach behind the green. And 16th hole nicknamed ‘Calamity Corner’, a 236 yard par 3 that is a must play for any fan of the game.