Hosting 25% of the world's links golf courses, Ireland has become a 'bucket list' destination for global golfer's searching for tee times around the world. From Royal County Down and Royal Portrush in the North, to Portmarnock and Lahinch in the South you are spoilt for outstanding golf. Whether looking for incredible links golf or world class inland golf, Ireland is your destination!
The links is consistently ranked amongst the top golf courses in the world. With a rich history closely aligned to the progression of golf in Ireland, Portmarnock has hosted many major professional and amateur events including multiple Irish Open Championships, the Walker Cup, the Irish Amateur Close Championship and the British Amateur Championship.Book Now
The course is ideally located just 40 minutes from Dublin airport at the mouth of the River Boyne. With a number of holes running alongside the Irish Sea encompassing the natural links terrain, Baltray is one of the purest tests of golf to be found in Ireland. For men it is a par 72, measuring 7,031 yards from the championship tee. For ladies it is a par 75 and measures 5,873 yards.Book Now
Founded in 1885 by Sir John Lumsden, The Royal Dublin Golf Club is steeped in golfing history and presents a stern golfing examination on a truly magnificent links course and is widely accepted as one of the greatest links courses in the world. The links was originally designed by H.S.Colt, the world famous golf architect from Sunningdale.Book Now
The Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club is located amidst the most stunning scenery imaginable. Overlooking beautiful and serene Kenmare Bay with the Kerry mountains providing a wonderful backdrop, the setting is surely one of the best in Ireland. The course itself, 6814 yds from the medal tees, is hilly with dramatic elevation changes and a challenging layout.Book Now
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