Golf Travel

A links golf course is every golfer’s paradise, a natural course where the soil is sandy and drains easily, and the fairways play firm and fast. These golf courses are unique to Scotland and Ireland, so come visit the famous golf courses! Whether you are looking for a corporate golf outing or a luxurious getaway at the best courses and resorts Ireland has to offer, we will design an itinerary especially for you.

With over 400 golf courses, Ireland has become one of the major golfing destinations in the world. From our magnificent links on our rugged coastline to the splendor of

our beautiful parkland courses, Ireland has courses to cater for every golfer.

For those seeking the best in Links Courses, Ireland offers well-known gems like Ballybunion, Waterville, Ballyliffin and Old Head, to name only a few courses that will test your skills and leave you in awe of their beauty. Those who favour Parkland Courses are not forgotten either! Some that will immediately spring to mind include Mount Juliet, Carton House and of course, The K Club, venue of the 2006 Ryder Cup. These courses with their beautifully manicured greens,

lush fairways and imaginative water features are sure to impress even the most discerning golfer.
Accommodation needs are also well met with a wealth of options including commanding castles, country homes, modern hotels and luxurious manor houses. All of Ireland’s accommodation is warm and welcoming, all the more so after a day on the course.

Discover for yourself the beauty, magic and majesty of golfing in Ireland and find out why Ireland is known as the Land of a Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

“The word awesome can rightly be associated with the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, valley girls and the Tralee Golf Club. Tralee is possibly the finest test of golf in all of Ireland.”
Washington Post on Tralee Golf Course
“The first stroke I ever played in Ireland was my drive on the opening hole at Lahinch more than 20 years ago. I urge you to follow my footsteps, for as the ball leaves the clubface to wing over this restless and hummocky and tumbling terrain…you will know without being told that here is links golf – the reason you have crossed an ocean – in its purest and most joyous form.”
Writer James W Finegan describing playing Lahinch in Emerald Fairways and Foam-Flecked Greens
“Ballybunion is the course on which many golf architects should live and play on before they build golf courses.”
US golfer and eight-time major champion Tom Watson
“Last Summer, during a glorious stretch of warm, relatively calm days, I was able to cross a round at Ballybunion’s Old Course off my bucket list. I can verify that the experience was all it’s cracked up to be – and more. I have played more than 600 golf courses in the past five years – and likely more than a thousand since my golf infatuation began in 1986 – and the round at Ballybunion was my all-time favourite.”
Bill Clinton in an interview with Thomas L Friedman (Feb 2012)
“I would love to see the British Open played here. This is the first links I have seen with ten par-5s. It would be the greatest test of them all if the rough was let come-in a little for a championship,”
Johnny Miller, British and US Open champion, and lead golf analyst for NBC Sports, about the European Club, Co Wicklow.
“As I travel the globe, I visit and experience some wonderful places and get to play some of the world’s best courses, but I always look forward to returning home and playing the unique golf courses of Ireland. In Ireland, we are very fortunate to have some of the very best golf courses in the world, from links to inland courses, all of which provide a friendly welcome to any visitor.”
Padraig Harrington on Irish golf.
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