“Golfers are forever searching for the next frontier, and they will find it in Narin & Portnoo Links.”

—Golf Digest Ireland


In the News

Since reopening following an extensive renovation in 2018, Narin & Portnoo has won accolades and significant media attention. Check in here regularly to catch up on all the latest news on the club.

Narin & Portnoo Golf Club

Today’s Golfer – February 2021

Recent redevelopments have pushed Narin & Portnoo to a level where it can compete with many of the best golf courses in the Republic of Ireland.

A renewed Irish beauty

March 2020 – The Morning Read

Narin & Portnoo Links faced a financial precipice when Liam McDevitt intervened, saved it from demise and then lured Hanse Golf Course Design to renovate the Irish course and elevate its status.

Donegal: The Power of New

The Irish Golf Blog – October 2020

It is surprising – to me at least – that Irish golfers are not that aware of the many ‘new’ things happening at Irish golf courses. We all knew about the massive upgrade at Adare Manor and many of us had heard that Skellig Bay was evolving into Hog’s Head, but the changes going on in Co. Donegal over the past three years have slipped by relatively unnoticed.

A reimagined masterpiece in fescue and sand that is Narin & Portnoo Links

Golf Digest Ireland – July 2020

Travellers are forever dreaming of that next magical journey to some new horizon that inspires us and gives us that new lease of life.

Hanse Golf Course Design completes first phase of Narin & Portnoo redesign

Golf Course Architecture – May 2019

The club did not give the golf architecture firm a set of objectives other than wanting to bring back some of the original ‘quirk’ that the course had.

Full steam ahead on revamp at Narin & Portnoo

Irish Independent – September 2018

Work on revamping the lovely links at Narin and Portnoo in Donegal will begin in October. Renowned architect Gil Hanse and his design partner Jim Wagner finalised their plans to transform the course this summer and SOL Golf has been contracted to carryout the work.

“The golfers will be blown away by the natural beauty, interest and quirk that the property offers.”

—Jim Wagner