If you are planning a golfing break to Ireland https://www.360golfholidays.com/uk-golf-breaks/ireland/ consider a weekend of golf in the beautiful emerald isle.
Golf Weekends in Ireland
Ireland golf holidays have some very gorgeous locations to choose from for your UK golf trip. Golf resorts include the 2027 Ryder Cup venue and J. P. McManus owned Adare Manor, The 2006 Ryder Cup Host The K Club close to Dublin, and the fabulous Druids Glen. Not to mention the new resort of Trump International Doonbeg, Mount Juliet, and Lough Erne.
The most often asked question is how to determine which adventure is ideal for you. This is determined by your group's requirements. Both Stay and Play options as well as superb Ireland Golf Tours are available dependant on your specific requirements.
It's no wonder that golfers from all over the globe come to play golf in Ireland, a country surrounded by gorgeous scenery and breathtaking beaches.It is a fact that Ireland has some of the greatest golf courses in the world, including both links and parkland.
With over 300 courses in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, some with coastal views and others in sweeping parkland. Golf in Ireland has everything a seasoned golf course aficionado could desire. Add vibrant bar culture, excellent food, and outstanding accommodations, as well as a variety of cultural and tourist activities, and you've got the makings of a memorable golf trip.
Northern Ireland has the ideal combination of Links and Parkland golf courses. Royal County Down is home to the world's number one golf course, according to Golf Digest. Royal Portrush is also the site of The 148th Open.
Northern Ireland is not a large country in terms of size. But, when it comes to golf, make no mistake: It's a titan, with 90 courses to choose from.
Amongst those courses we recommend are:
The Republic of Ireland is rightfully acclaimed for a variety of reasons, including its culture, landscape, and attractions. It's also amongst the top golfing destinations on the globe. A golf vacation to Ireland will not only persuade you of the Emerald Isle's golf pedigree, but it will also question any preconceived notions you may have about the level of the great game in Ireland.
Amongst those courses we recommend are:
Ireland is not short of accommodation options for the perfect Golf Staycation. You can literally stay anywhere and be guaranteed a friendly welcome and tremendous golf. A few of our more popular regions include:
Since the Vikings founded a trade colony here in Ireland in the ninth century, Vivacious, vibrant Dublin has turned its face to the world. Today, it is a thriving metropolitan capital and a growing international tourist destination, as well as a European national capital with a corresponding cultural infrastructure. Come here to enjoy a clear command of the English language, a decidedly contemporary spirit, and a developing cosmopolitan feel. Most visitors flock to Temple Bar, with its slender cobblestone streets and swarm of tourist attractions; however, don't overlook the city's formalist Georgian squares and verandas, its transforming docklands – and the delicate seaside sweep of Dublin Bay, with its harbours, cliff strolls, vast skies, and fresh air.
Golfers on Dublin & East Coast Tours can include a stay at The Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links. Only 15 minutes from Dublin Airport and 30 minutes the lively centre.
The building was the former home of the Jameson whiskey clan, but it is now a contemporary luxury hotel with its own championship links built by Bernhard Langer. Portmarnock Golf Club, one of Ireland's oldest and most famous clubs.
Within an hour's drive of the Portmarnock Hotel, golfers may enjoy the best of Ireland's East Coast courses, including the Irish Open destination County Louth (Baltray), Seapoint Links, The Island, Royal Dublin, Killeen Castle, The European Club, The K Club, Carton House, and Druids Glen.
South West Ireland is a section of the Wild Atlantic Way, which runs from West Cork to Donegal.
The courses in this area require little introduction; Ballybunion, Lahinch, Waterville, Tralee, and Old Head are among the best in the world. Because of their beauty, isolation, and mystical raw nature, they have recently attracted some of the biggest names in golf, including Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara.
We highly recommend staying at Vaughan Lodge. The Vaughan Lodge Hotel is run by the Vaughan family, who have been running hotels in Lahinch for four generations.
With some tremendous options available a stay and play weekend might just be more convenient for you. Druids Glen is one of the most popular resorts in Ireland, However other notable options include: Adare Manor, The K Club, Carton House, Lough Erne, Fota Island, and Portmarnock hotel and golf links.
A Druids Glen Holiday Sample Itinerary:
A Golfing Weekend in Ireland From Just £135pp
Here at 360 Golf Holidays, we pride ourselves on building and booking the finest golf holidays for our clients. Our team consists of experienced golfers with over 45 years experience between us in the industry, we pride ourselves on our knowledge vetting every destination and hand-pick only the best venues for you.
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