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Royal Co.Down


 

Royal County Down

Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland

Ranked Number 1 Links Course in Ireland

 

 

 

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Royal Co.Down


 

Royal County Down

Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland

Ranked Number 1 Links Course in Ireland

 

 

 

Royal County Down

Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland

Royal County Down has deservedly regained the top spot in this year’s rankings and the wonderful Newcastle links was showcased to a global audience when the Irish Open was staged there in May 2015. World number one and tournament host Rory McIlroy and co were presented with a wonderful test of traditional links golf in immaculate condition.

The several blinds shots on this Old Tom Morris layout, dating back to 1889, is always a topic of conversation, but one thing is certain there are few better settings for golf – anywhere in the world. Standout holes include the stunning par-3 fourth and two par fours, the ninth and 13th.

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Co.Louth


 

 

 

 

 

County Louth Golf Club

County Louth, North-East Ireland

est 1892

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co.Louth


 

 

 

 

 

County Louth Golf Club

County Louth, North-East Ireland

est 1892

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

County Louth Golf Club

Louth, County Louth, North-East Ireland

The course is amazingly complex, covering 190 acres with no two holes running in the same direction. With the river to the south and the Irish Sea to the east. 

This is Links golf at is very best, with only the muted murmur of a ships engine to break the sounds of nature, as it quietly winds its way up river to the port.

Designed by the world renowned Tom Simpson in 1938, Baltray has changed little since its original debut. In 2003, Donald Steel and Company made minor renovations that advanced the course's quality while maintaining its traditional charm.

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Seapoint


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seapoint Golf Links

Drogheda, County Louth, North East Ireland

(Host of the Irish Amateur Close 2014)

 

 

 

Seapoint


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seapoint Golf Links

Drogheda, County Louth, North East Ireland

(Host of the Irish Amateur Close 2014)

 

 

 

Seapoint Golf Links

Drogheda, County Louth, North-East Ireland

It is a young but ambitious club and they are rightly proud of what has been achieved to date. To make this the club that it is today, Seapoint is committed to an inclusive attitude, one that welcomes members and visitors alike. 

As a group of people, their main interest is of course, the game of golf and the social elements that go with it. Their drive is to ensure Seapoint remains one of the best clubs in Ireland. This links course has a mix of a lot of other links style courses. Designed by the pros for the pros. America has the young Bandon Dunes. Ireland has Seapoint golf links. 

Seapoint is one of the best courses on Irelands east coast you have never heard of. Play this gem and tell nobody
— unkown


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Laytown & Bettystown


 

 

 

 

 

Laytown & Bettystown

Bettystown, County Meath, North East Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laytown & Bettystown


 

 

 

 

 

Laytown & Bettystown

Bettystown, County Meath, North East Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laytown & Bettystown

Bettystown, County Meath, North-East Ireland

The golf course is in existence for over 100 years. Historical records account for the fact that both W.C. Pickeman of Portmarnock fame and Cecil Barcroft the designer of courses such as Carlow, The Castle and Skerries, had a hand in the creation of the golf course.

In the intervening year's subsequent professionals have made some changes to the design of the golf course. As it stands today Laytown & Bettystown golf course is an excellent example of traditional links Golf in Ireland.

Laytown & Bettystown

Bettystown, County Meath, North-East Ireland

The golf course is in existence for over 100 years. Historical records account for the fact that both W.C. Pickeman of Portmarnock fame and Cecil Barcroft the designer of courses such as Carlow, The Castle and Skerries, had a hand in the creation of the golf course.

In the intervening year's subsequent professionals have made some changes to the design of the golf course. As it stands today Laytown & Bettystown golf course is an excellent example of traditional links Golf in Ireland.

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St Annes


 

 

 

 

St.Annes Golf Club Bull Island, Dollymount, Dublin, North East Ireland

Est 1921

 

St Annes


 

 

 

 

St.Annes Golf Club Bull Island, Dollymount, Dublin, North East Ireland

Est 1921

 

St Annes Golf Club

Bull Island, Dublin, North-East Ireland

St. Anne’s Golf Club is located on the beautiful Bull Island, a world famous nature reserve. Founded in 1921, St. Anne's started life as a 9 hole course and in 1989 achieved 18 hole links course status.

They have come a long way from their humble clubhouse in 1925. Since 2003 they have what is now one of the most impressive clubhouses in the country with wonderfull facilities and spectacular views of Dublin bay

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The European


 

 

 

 

 

The European ClubBrittas Bay, County Wicklow, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

The European


 

 

 

 

 

The European ClubBrittas Bay, County Wicklow, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

 

 

The European Club

Brittas Bay, County Wicklow, North-East Ireland

Golf journalist Pat Ruddy transformed a majestic natural site into what is now ranked 6th among Ireland’s greatest courses and 27th in Britain and Ireland.

This challenging course includes a 15th that is subject to the unpredictable winds of the Irish Sea and a 7th with hazards on all sides. This course provides a veritable test for all golfers. Please note no caddies available at this course.

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Portmarnock


 

 

 

 

 

Portmarnock

 

Portmarnock, County Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

Portmarnock


 

 

 

 

 

Portmarnock

 

Portmarnock, County Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

Some of the best finishing holes in golf

I know of know of no greater finish in the world than that of the last five holes Portmarnock golf club
— Bernard Darwin
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Portmarnock Links


 

 

 

 

 

Portmarnock Golf Links

Portmarnock, Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

Portmarnock Links


 

 

 

 

 

Portmarnock Golf Links

Portmarnock, Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

Portmarnock Golf Links

Portmarnock, Dublin, Eastern Ireland

Bernhard Langer was drafted in to design the course along the dunes of the old Jameson family estate. These were the same dunes, in fact, that once bordered the Whiskey magnate’s own course. Elevated tees and greens, blind approaches, doglegs and brisk winds coming from the Irish Sea will keep you thinking through every round.

Portmarnock Links harks back to the roots of links golf; it’s rugged, tight and fairly unforgiving of wayward shooting. The bunkers – all 100 of them – seem almost magnetic and for all but the most skilled seaside golfers, scores will be difficult to come by.

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The Island


 

 

 

 

 

The Island Golf Club

Donabate, County Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

 

The Island


 

 

 

 

 

The Island Golf Club

Donabate, County Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

 

The Island Golf Club

Donabate, County Dublin, Eastern Ireland

Boasts a jewel of a links course, which until 1973 had to be reached by boat from across the estuary at Malahide. Thankfully, this North Dublin golfing gem is now more easily accessible and well worth the journey. It enjoys a peaceful setting and is bordered by the sea on three sides.

Founded in 1890, The Island is constantly rated among the top courses in Ireland. Martin Hawtree has recently made course design changes ensuring that its true nature and character are enhanced. The Island is known for having no two holes that are alike, a trait that is rarely found in golf courses.

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Royal Dublin


 

 

Royal Dublin Golf Club

Bull Island, Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

 

Royal Dublin


 

 

Royal Dublin Golf Club

Bull Island, Dublin, Eastern Ireland

 

 

 

 

Located on Dublin's famous Bull Island Natural Reserve and only a few minutes from the capital’s centre, the Royal Dublin Golf Club is worlds apart from the nearby metropolis.

The island itself has been called a “gift from the sea”, having arisen unexpectedly from the Irish Sea after the construction of the Great North Wall in 1823

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Roganstown


Roganstown Hotel & Country Club

Roganstown


Roganstown Hotel & Country Club

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Country House Hotel at Dublin Airport

Roganstown Hotel & Country Club is an elegant country house hotel (AA 4 star). They  are located in picturesque grounds in North Dublin, just 10 minutes' drive from Dublin Airport. Their hotel has been beautifully restored to retain many features of the original Georgian house which you'll discover as you explore the Roganstown estate. 

A stay at Roganstown is an experience in itself; a quiet retreat away from the hustle of the city. Immerse yourself in our luxurious Sakura Spa, unwind in our heated indoor swimming pool, relax with drinks in our lounge bar and enjoy delicious award winning food at McLoughlins restaurant.

With 52 bright, beautifully appointed guest rooms; you can soak up the stunning course views and retire to comfortable, inviting beds for a wonderful night's sleep. We offer an abundance of free car parking with a Dublin Airport shuttle bus service. 

They  have 2 golf courses on site, both managed from the same pro-shop and check in area. The first holes for both courses are adjacent to each other!

  • Roganstown Golf Course is their 18 hole championship golf course, designed by Christy O'Connor Jnr., and is a challenging parkland course sure to test your skills. 
  • Swords Open Golf Course is a pleasure for golfers of any skill level. Test your accuracy with our fairways, water hazards and sand traps. 

Located in North county Dublin we're ideally located just 10 minutes from Dublin Airport and Swords Village. A further 20 minutes drive will bring you to Dublin City.

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Golf Trips


Please feel free to contact us or book your trip with us

Golf Trips


Please feel free to contact us or book your trip with us

Pre-Packaged Tours

These tours have been designed to include a popular selection of the best golf courses in Ireland. The prices shown are guideline rates to give you something to work with in your budgets. All these packages can be amended to suit your needs.  contact a golf specialist

 

Tailor-Made Tours

Let us design a tailor-made package for you or your group and play only the courses you want to play. We will discuss your requirements in advance of any recommendations; find out a little bit about you and what you hope your trip to Ireland will be. Design a specific package for you that will be beyond your wildest golfing dreams! Design a Trip

 

Concierge Tours

This is more suited to bigger groups as one of our Tour Directors will travel with your group for the duration of the trip. We will be on hand to arrange travel and tee times, dinner reservations, make recommendations for daytime / evening activities, get everyone together at the required time or place and be the designated on the ground organizers for your trip. With larger groups this can take a lot of the pressure off and let you relax with your friends or clients and enjoy the experience to the fullest extent. Book a trip