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In this Under Par Passport episode we head to Northern Ireland to play Royal County Down, Royal Portrush and Galgorm Castle! What is the most beautiful course you have played?

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Zaap08 says:

Great video Nice peter

Jonny B says:

RCD will likely never host an open. At best not for a very long time. The story I’ve heard was that the club where essentially massive dicks to the r and a ( a while back the clubhouse was members only and they declined to let a party from the r and a in was the story) and got themselves on a very small but very bad shitlist.

Marcel Williams says:

You should come visit Hawaii brother!!! 🤙🏾😎

Mark Cronin says:

13:53 probably the worst looking pints of guinness I've ever seen. Dirty glasses!!!

Mark Cronin says:

Pete finally comes out of the closet. Well done pete 👍

Phillip Stewart says:

Number 1 now

Loyalty says:

How can this be the best golf course when there are no many trees around?

Ian Kennett says:

4:20 ONE OF US!!! ONE OF US!!! 🤣

heavyq says:

The most beautiful course I've ever played in Larimore Dam Country Club in Larimore, North Dakota.

W5968 says:

Wudn’t have it in my top 20 courses in the world and i live close to it

paul dumbrell says:

Black Mountain Hua Hin Thailand amongst many others in SE Asia. Would love to play Ireland and Scotland

Craig Berry says:

Tiger always practices here

elboy says:

You cannot better Championship links in GB and Ireland

Mark Dunn says:

Port Stewart Northern Ireland.

Paul Summerside says:

Links golf and coastal golf every time, for me. Never yet played in either Scotland or Ireland. Have played North Wales /Llyn Peninsula, Mid Wales, Cornwall and Devon, playing some wonderful Links and other coastal courses. And could easily list off my favourites, each for different reasons.

Have found some nice inland courses, but most of those favourites have been heathland. Where again the designer has made the best of the local topography.

Really would love to play in both Scotland and Ireland. But could be a long time before feel again that would make the most of such trips. Been a long time away from the game and of course, now I have some problems with Arthritis in my joints now, which am hoping can get properly under control in the months to come.

Tom Bowman says:

Castletown Links, the most beautiful course

a2audrey says:

I’ve, been to many of the world’s greatest courses, but Sedona golf resort is the most beautiful.

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