Some of the world’s most beautiful courses

Located in the far West of Ireland, Galway has had a resurgence over recent years as a fantastic base for a golf break. With a lively town and unbelievable scenery, Galway also provides easy access to courses all along the West Coast, as well as those nearby, such as Connemara Golf Course. For groups looking to stay on the resort, be sure to check out Galway Bay Golf Resort. Known as the gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way, it’s the perfect home whilst you traverse the best of what Ireland has to offer!

  • Daily flights from all major airports
  • Incredible scenery
  • Golf & nightlife
  • Awe-inspiring links courses
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Great golf in Galway

The Galway Bay Golf Resort is ideally placed for your golf trip to the West Coast of Ireland. Just 25 minutes from the town centre and easily accessible from the M6, it features a Christy O’Connor Jnr-designed layout set against the stunning backdrop of the Atlantic coastline and Galway Bay. Watch out for the wind as this coastal course can be a tough test, with the ever-changing elements on this rugged stretch of land.

For golfers looking to push the elements to the extreme, the stunning Championship Golf Links at Connemara is a test of golf unlike any other. Nestled between the 12 Bens Mountain Range and the Atlantic Ocean, this isolated layout is a real treat. The course has been voted the ‘Best Links Course in Connaught’ on numerous occasions, and with 27-holes on-site, it’s a crime to not squeeze in an extra few holes after making the journey out to Connemara!

Spectacular views, fresh sea air & more

Famed for its hospitality, vibrant colourful towns and stunning Atlantic Coast, it’s little wonder Galway is one of Ireland’s most popular cities. The rugged peninsula setting makes it ideal for links golf, and some of the country’s finest parklands can be found here.

Home to the wonderful seaside courses that golfers immediately associate with the Emerald Isle, you’ll find a top-quality, fantastic value golf break where you can relax and soak up the fresh sea air. What’s more, there is a vast array of beautiful boutiques, homely pubs and warm friendly restaurants to visit off the course.

Golf travel tips for Galway

Best months for golfing weather:

May to September

Best months for value:

April & October

Most popular months:

May, June & September

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Where to stay in Galway

We offer a nice selection of venues to stay at during your golf break. We highly recommend Oranmore Lodge 4*, set in the picturesque village of Oranmore. This hotel is a great spot for scenic walks by Galway Bay and is home to some amazing restaurants and bars, allowing you to make the most out of this stunning region.

If you’re after a luxurious stay set against the stunning backdrop of Galway Bay, we recommend the Galmont Hotel and Spa. Along with fantastic leisure facilities and dining options, it is conveniently located a few minutes' walk from Galway's narrow cobbled streets which are alive with bohemian street entertainment, modern shops, bars and restaurants.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for a classic, comfortable and affordable stay, Jurys Inn Galway offers exactly that.

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