at Fota Island Resort
Deerpark Course overview
The Deerpark Course at Fota Island Resort is an interesting parkland layout, framed by mature woodland, offering wonderful views across to Cork Harbor. Designed originally in 1993 by Peter McEvoy and former Ryder Cup player Christy O’Connor, the course was later remodelled at the turn of the century in readiness for its European Tour debut in 2001.
Now a 7043-yard, par-71, it is a real test of golf for players of all abilities. Features of the Deerpark Course are its receptive greens and strategic bunkering as well as a good amount of water hazards, so make sure you bring plenty of balls!
Did You Know?
Colin Montgomerie won the first Irish Open here in 2001. Also, the extra 9 holes were added in 2007, now giving players multiple 18-hole combinations to play.
Accommodation near Deerpark Course
Fota Island Resort
The Fota Island Resort is a 5-star property near Cork in the south of Ireland, boasting good dining options, upscale rooms and plenty of activities including 27-holes of championship golf onsite.
Actons Hotel Kinsale
The oldest hotel in Kinsale, Actons is a magnificent 4-star boutique property overlooking the stunning harbor, with 77 recently renovated guest rooms. Located just 20mins from Old Head Golf Links.
The Kingsley Hotel
Overlooking the River Lee on the edge of Cork city center, the 4-star Kingsley Hotel offers an excellent, contemporary property with quality dining, comfortable rooms and top spa/leisure facilities.
Hayfield Manor Hotel
Hayfield Manor is a unique, family-run, 5-star Manor House style hotel located on two acres of private gardens in the university quarter of Cork City. Stay at Hayfield Manor, Cork’s premier venue.