Irish Golf Courses

Irish Golf Courses


Westport Golf Club has hosted the Irish Amateur Open Close Championship and is a long testing parkland course. It is located overlooking panoramic Clew Bay with Croke Patrick Mountain in […]


The history of golf at Waterville Golf Club dates from 1889 when staff at the local trans-Atlantic cable station played the game. The fortunes of the club varied and the […]

Trump Doonbeg

Doonbeg Golf Club designed by Greg Norman plays along 1.5 miles of beach and dunes overlooking beautiful Doughmore Bay. The ocean is visible from the green, fairway, or tee of […]


The present Tralee Golf Club was the first course and only links course designed by Arnold Palmer in Ireland or Europe. Tralee Golf Club boasts a view of the Atlantic […]

The Island

We have included a round of golf on this amazing Links course in our 148th Open ‘Gold’ Package. Have a read below to see why. For a long time the […]

The European Club

Though the European Golf Club only opened for play in 1987. It has quickly gained a reputation as one of the most popular links in Ireland. A number of holes […]

Royal Portrush Valley

The Valley Course, though not as challenging as Dunluce, is a very good golf links layout with many of its holes situated in larger sand dunes closer to the sea. […]

Royal Portrush Dunluce

The Dunluce Course designed by the famous architect Harry S. Colt is consistently rated among the world’s top courses. The course has a wonderful history, being the only venue in […]

Royal Dublin

Royal Dublin Golf Club is one of the most historic and oldest in Ireland. Royal Dublin is unique in that Bull Island on which it is located ‘grew’ out of […]

Royal County Down

Royal County Down Championship Course consistently rates among the world’s top ten courses. The course is lays beneath the imperious gaze of the Mountains of Mourne. As well as being […]

Rosapenna St. Patricks Links

Designed by Tom Doak and opened for play in the summer of 2021, St Patrick’s Links has already cemented itself in the top 100 golf courses in the world. This […]

Rosapenna Sandy Hill Links

Frank Casey, today’s owner of Rosapenna, dreamed of a second 18 hole links in the dunes overlooking the Old Tom Morris. This dream came a full century later after laying […]

Rosapenna Old

Old’ Tom Morris recognised the potential of the turf at Rosapenna for a natural golf course and was vindicated in that only three of the eighteen greens had to be […]

Ring of Kerry

Located 4 miles west of Kenmare town, the Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club sits majestically overlooking Kenmare Bay, enjoying unspoiled views of the most panoramic scenes of mountains […]

Portstewart Strand

Portstewart Golf Club located on the scenic Ulster Causeway Coast and although nobody has found any evidence that the Giant ever wielded a mashie the game has deep roots in […]


Portsalon Golf Club, perhaps because of its remoteness is still a relatively unknown course but is all the better for that, the fairways not too crowded and deserving of the […]

Portmarnock Old

Portmarnock is one of the finest golf links in Ireland. The landscape is relatively flat, however each hole has its own character, resulting in a memorable and challenging golf course, […]

Portmarnock Links

Though very young by Irish golf links standards, Portmarnock Links is quickly gaining a reputation as fine golf layout and was home to The Irish Ladies Open in 2008 and […]

Old Head

The Old Head Golf Links is a spectacular development, being situated on an Atlantic promontory that rises several hundred feet out of the sea. Surrounded by cliffs and ocean, Old […]

Narin & Portnoo

For over 100 years, golfers have enjoyed the superb links terrain adjacent to the magnificent beach at Narin in Donegal. The view from the fifteenth tee encapsulates all that is […]

Mount Juliet

Mount Juliet Golf Club is situated in a wooded estate through which the river Nore flows and feature on six holes. It had the distinction of hosting the Irish Open […]

Lough Erne

Nick Faldo in his first design in Ireland has produced an excellent test of golf on a dramatic 600 acre peninsular set between Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne. […]

Lahinch Old

Golf has been played at Lahinch since 1892 when officers of a Scottish Army Regiment based at nearby Limerick, happened upon the vast expanse of sand dunes that is Lahinch […]

Lahinch Castle Course

The Castle Course situated further inland does not present as tough a challenge as the Old Course and for golfers new to links golf is a good place to begin […]

Killeen Castle

Killeen Castle hosts a magnificent Jack Nicklaus Signature Course. Designed and constructed by arguably the game’s greatest golfer and the world’s preeminent course designer. Rambling over a spacious 350 acres […]

Killarney Killeen

Mahoney’s Point and Killeen course are located by the famous Lakes of Killarney in the shadow of the McGillycuddy Reeks. Killeen was the venue of the 1991 and 1992 Irish […]

K Club North

The K Club was venue for the European Championship from 1994 to 2005. It was also venue for The Ryder Cup in 2006, the first time it was held in […]


Course designer Christy O’Connor Jr. designed a challenging but fair test of golf for golfers of all abilities. The front nine meanders through rolling countryside while the stunning back nine […]

Galway Bay

Situated 9 miles from Galway City is the picturesque Galway Bay Golf Resort. Designed by Irish Ryder Cup hero Christy O’Connor Jr., Galway Bay Golf Course is said to be […]

Fota Island

Golf on Fota Island dates from 1883 when a nine hole course was laid out. The present Fota Island Golf Club was designed in 1993. The course underwent major redevelopment […]


Another of Ireland’s great west coast links. Designed by Eddie Hackett, the course offers a great variety of holes which will require most of your clubs to negotiate. Donald Steel […]

Druids Glen

The name Druids Glen originates from the fact that a Druids Altar stands on a hillside overlooking the 12th green. Some argue it is the best inland course in Ireland. […]


Golfers have been playing at Dooks Golf Club since 1889, making it one of Ireland’s oldest links. In the immediate foreground are the sand dune peninsulas of Inch Rossbeigh. Just […]


Located in Donegal Bay, this superb golf links occupies an elegant peninsula backed by the magnificent Blue Stack Mountains. Donegal golf links is presented as two loops of nine.  The […]

Cruit Island

100,000 welcomes awaits you at Cruit Island Golf Club. Set on the edge of the wild and rugged Atlantic Ocean, next stop America, you will savour unrestricted panoramic views that […]

County Sligo

County Sligo Golf Club is a centenarian with all the dignity and maturity of age. This is one on Ireland’s great championship golf links. The golf club has hosted most […]

County Louth (Baltray)

County Louth Golf Club is without question one of the best links courses along the East Coast of Ireland. Described by Padraig Harrington as ‘one of the most exciting links […]


The par 72 at Connemara Golf Course is rarely achieved on this challenging Atlantic golf links. It might have something to do with the intoxicating air and astonishing scenery. The […]

Ceann Sibeal (Dingle)

Dingle is the most westerly golf course in Europe. This magnificent golf links carves its way through the natural landscape of one of the most scenic parts of Ireland. Every […]


Castlerock Golf Club is located at the point where the River Bann Estuary meets the Atlantic Ocean. A fine links that is overshadowed by its more illustrious neighbours at Portstewart […]

Carton O’ Meara

Located at Carton House, 30 minutes drive from Dublin’s city centre, is one of Ireland’s greatest estates. Carton House is a preserved historic mansion house surrounded by over 1,100 acres […]

Carton Montgomerie

Located at Carton House, just 30 minutes from Dublin’s city centre, is one of Ireland’s greatest estates. Carton House comprises of a superbly preserved historic mansion house surrounded by over […]


Carne Golf Club lies in the splendid sand dunes overlooking Black Sod Bay. Near the legendary Inis Geidhe and Inis Gluaire Islands and dramatic Achill. Carne was the last golf […]

Ballyliffin Old

Two outstanding and contrasting golf links make up Ballyliffin Golf Club, the Old Links and the Glashedy Links. The Old Links undulates in the glory of its natural terrain, presenting […]

Ballyliffin Glashedy

Two outstanding and contrasting golf links make up Ballyliffin Golf Club, the Old Links, and the Glashedy Links. The Glashedy opened in 1995 and hosted the Irish Open in 2018. […]

Ballybunion Old

Tom Watson describes Ballybunion best, “After playing Ballybunion for the first time, a man would think that the game of golf originated here. There appears to be no man-made influence. […]

Ballybunion Cashen

The sand dunes of Ballybunion Cashen are just as spectacular as the Old Course. Just like the Old Course, it contains many magnificent holes, especially the par fives. Often overlooked […]


Ardglass features in our 148th Open ‘Platinum’ Package and here’s what you can expect to experience… Venturing forth into the wind to subdue the first four holes at Ardglass is […]

Adare Manor

Masterfully designed by Robert Trent Jones, magnificently maintained, and perfectly set within the glorious estate of one of Europe’s most spectacular manor house hotels. Celebrated golf architect Tom Fazio has […]

Adare Golf Club

Designed by Robert Trent Jones and host to The Irish Open 2007 – 2009, Adare is one of the best parkland golf courses in Ireland, against the backdrop of magnificent […]