Golf In Ireland

Ireland is a veritable treasure chest of golfing gems with over 450 golf courses in play. With 40% of the world’s links courses and 4 courses in the world’s top 20, Ireland prides itself as a top golf destination of the world. Ireland offers four great golfing regions where you can play our championship links courses as well as some great hidden gems. You can experience some of the great sights such as the Cliffs of Moher and Giants Causeway, visit the Guinness Brewery, Jameson or Bushmills distilleries, savour the finest of Irish food and experience the legendary hospitality of the Irish over a pint and a sing song.  Contact us today to start making your arrangements.

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Golf in South West Ireland

South West Ireland

For many, South West Ireland is top of the list for a golf vacation. When you sample the quality of courses to choose from, it is easy to see why it is such a popular destination. Boasting four golf courses in the Top 100 Golf… Read More

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Royal County Down Golf Club

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is going through something of a golden period. This small country of just 1.8 million people, has produced three world class golfers who between them since 2010, have won six Major Championships. The quality of the golf courses in the region makes it… Read More

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Portmarnock 12th Hole

East Coast & Dublin

The East Coast of Ireland including the country’s capital Dublin, has an abundance of world class golf courses for you to experience. Portmarnock Golf Club is one of Ireland’s best known courses and it is consistently ranked among the best golf courses in the world…. Read More

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North West Ireland Golf

North West Ireland

While not as famous as some of its illustrious neighbors, the North West of Ireland still offers hidden gems that will leave you wondering why you didn’t visit sooner. From Rosapenna in County Donegal to Enniscrone in County Sligo, this part of Ireland lies along… Read More

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