Fry/Straka Break Ground at Curracloe Links in SE Ireland

Fry/Straka Global Golf Design broke ground at Curracloe Links in southeast Ireland in late February. The architects have grand plans for Curracloe Links, where the ethos of firm n fast playing grounds where fun, and challenging contours will inspire your links shotmaking creativity.

Curracloe Links is part of the Ravenport Resort, a luxury hotel that features 50 rooms, a spa, and leisure club, which will open officially in the spring of this year. The project is the culmination of a 25-year dream to develop a golf destination and resort that introduces travelers from around the globe to the beauty of southeast Ireland, one of the country’s undiscovered gems. The resort will also include 22 golf cottages and a clubhouse. The Ravenport Resort will be the fifth luxury destination in the Neville Hotels portfolio along with the Royal Marine Hotel in Dun Laoghaire, Druids Glen Hotel and Golf Resort in County Wicklow, the River Court Hotel in Kilkenny and the Tower Hotel in Waterford

Below, please watch the short YouTube video as Jason Straka talks through the course routing

https://youtu.be/nYG20q2usrM

Fry/Straka Global Golf Course Design is a partnership with worldwide reach in award-winning golf course design. Having worked together for more than two decades, architects Dana Fry and Jason Straka bring their collective design experience, talent, indomitable spirit, and renowned client dedication to their shared enterprise, with global scope and limitless possibilities. Many of there designs have been highly acclaimed including Erin Hills (#42 – America’s Top 100 Greatest Golf Courses – Golf Digest), Devil’s Pulpit (#10 – Canada’s Best Golf Courses – Golf Digest), Acaya Golf Club (2009 Italy’s Best New Golf Club – Golf Digest Italy), and Calusa Pines (#69 in the U.S. – Golf Digest).

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