Cruit Island Golf Club - Hole 3 (Ireland Golf)
Third hole at Cruit Island.
Cruit Island (pronounced Critch) is an incredible, secluded, 9 hole course on the Northwest of Ireland. Having lived in Pebble Beach, I can say it is a very raw Cypress Point / Pebble Beach atmosphere on a great links course.
Cruit Island Golf Club
Scary golf hole
Cruit Island Golf Club 2009 Ireland #2
This is why you come to Ireland. The video was shot on number 2 tee and within 15 minutes the rain stopped but gusty winds were with us the rest of our round. Great 9 hole links course!
Cruit Island Golf Trip Ireland - Hidden Links Golf
About 40 minutes farther north from Portnoo on the Donegal Coast lies a golf course that can best be described as simply an indisputable fact–the greatest 9-hole course on earth. This is Cruit Island Golf Club (pronounced “Crutch” Island), a layout that wins the title of “THE most Hidden Links” not only in Ireland but perhaps the entire British Isles. Connected to the coast by a short causeway, the setting at Cruit Island Golf Club rivals and perhaps even exceeds in some ways places like Old Head and Pebble Beach, with a green fee that is literally 1/10th of the price.
Video segment from the Hidden Links Golf Guide to Ireland featuring what is undoubtedly the world's most scenic 9-hole course, Cruit Island Golf Club, rivaling even Pebble Beach. Located on the remote County Donegal coast in northwest Ireland. Narrated by Renton Laidlaw. Copyright Hidden Links, Inc.
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18th Hole At Cruit Island Golf Club, Donegal
Michael Strain holing the winning putt in a doubles match between Michael and Jim O'Donnell against Joseph Gillespie and Charlie Ferry at Cruit Island Golf Club in August 2014.
Cruit Island Golf Club Captains Day 2010
- Captains for 2010 Owenie Gallagher and Liz Boyle along with club president Dr. Peter Sweeney tee off at Cruit Island Golf Club Captains Day on Saturday 6th March.
Cruit Island by Drone
Cruit Island in Kincasslagh Parish, Donegal, Ireland. Another beautiful part of Donegal along the amazing Wild Atlantic Way...
Cruit Island has some of the most amazing secluded beaches you will ever see in any part of the world. All road signs to and in the village are in Gaelic.
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Cruit island par 3 Donegal
A beautiful par 3 on cruit island donegal
brief glimpse around Cruit round back of the golf course
Cruit Island first hole wonder shot
Michael the unbelievable golfer
Cruit Island • County Donegal • Ireland
KINCASSLAGH & CRUIT
A birds eye view of kincasslagh and cruit island
Ireland 2002a - Cruit Island
Cruit Island, County Donegal. August 2002. Watch What It Can Do
Cruit Island rough sea.
Rough sea at Tra Dearg on Cruit Island Donegal
Cruit Golf Club 6th Tee
Seamus, Kevin and Charlie hitting tee shots across the water at the par 3 6th hole at Cruit Island
Auchnish Cottage, Cruit Island, Kincasslagh, Co Donegal
Auchnish Cottage is set amidst the rugged and tranquil landscape of Cruit Island in West Donegal. The holiday home is 500 metres away from a wonderful sandy beach just one of 8 beautiful beaches on the island. This setting makes Auchnish Cottage an ideal base for a relaxing break away from the stresses of modern living.
The rugged coastline around Cruit Island and around Kincaslagh on the mainland abounds with sandy beaches, small harbours and rocky shoreline. This wonderful landscape is ideal for a a host of outdoor activities such as walking, fishing, boating, swimming and bird watching. 5 minutes from the holiday home is the wonderful Cruit Island Golf Club. This is one of the best and perhaps the most scenic 9 hole golf courses in Ireland. The course overlooks Owey and Aranmore islands and has Mount Errigal as a backdrop.
Cruit Golf Club, 6th Green
Seamus chipping on to 6th green at Cruit Island Golf Club after his tee shot came up short
Cruit Island Visit 2014
Cruit Island, Donegal - 10 August 2012
Cruit Golf Club 6th Green August 2014
Michael Strain holing a birdie putt, Jim O'Donnell getting a par and Joseph Gillespie with a par with his second ball for a 5. Apologies to Charlie Ferry who is not on film but got a par as well.