Experience the magic of golf in Ireland
Home to so many high-calibre resorts and Championship links, golf breaks in Ireland are an experience that will last a lifetime. Whether you want to take on the two challenging courses at Druids Glen, the masterful Portmarnock Links in Dublin or even the windswept coastal courses of Ballybunion, there is golf in Ireland for every group. Combine outstanding golf with rich culture, luxurious resorts, and untouched majestic scenery for the complete Irish golf holiday.
So, whether you’re looking to make a dent in your bucket list, chill out at a fantastic resort, or have a lively Dublin-based break, we’ve always got you covered!
Why book a golf break to Ireland?
- Visit the home of a quarter of the world’s natural links courses
- Experience unforgettable views & dramatic rugged coastlines
- From Belfast to Dublin, indulge in Ireland’s exciting leading cities
- Immerse yourself in pubs, cuisine & a wealth of cultural attractions
- Take advantage of daily flights from all major UK airports
- From resort breaks to golf tours, make your next golf trip special
Where to play on your Ireland golf break?
What makes an Ireland golf break so special?
Ireland is blessed with some of the best golf courses in the world, headlined by the outstanding Portmarnock Links and the breathtaking Ballybunion Golf Club. The incredible offering of links golf in Ireland truly knows no limits, with the Wild Atlantic Way on the West Coast of Ireland home to unmissable gems including Doonbeg and Waterville.
For the best of resort golf, you will find the fabulous Druids Glen Golf Resort 5* in Dublin, home to two mesmerising and challenging courses. Be sure to check out Fota Island during your trip, and The K Club, home of the 2006 Ryder Cup.
Looking to stay closer to the action in the evening? Outside of Dublin, the best of the craic can be found in the local towns of Killarney, Galway or Cork.
Unbelievable golf & scenery
Wherever you’re looking to book golf in Ireland, all the courses are based in unique, stunning locations across the North, South, East & West. Blessed with miles of stunning, unspoiled natural landscape, the glorious scenery makes Ireland an unmatched destination for a golf break.
From the picturesque countryside, windswept courses on the rugged coastline and courses near vibrant cities, Ireland offers something for every golfer. Whether you play in Lough Erne, Dublin, Cork or Kerry, many of the courses boast spectacular scenery and are highlighted as some of the best golf courses in Ireland.
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Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.
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Explore Ireland's top-class hotels
From high-calibre resorts to budget-friendly hotels, there is a wide range of accommodation to choose from in Ireland. For a taste of true luxury, we recommend Fota Island, Dromoland Castle and Mount Juliet Estate. Each resort offers outstanding hospitality and service alongside fantastic golf courses.
For those looking to play at the fantastic Portmarnock Links, Druids Glen, or The Island Golf Club in Dublin, yet still remain close to the bright lights of the city, Dublin boasts several fantastic city-centre hotels including the four-star Hilton and The Gresham Hotel.
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Things to see & do on your Irish golf break
No golf break in Ireland is complete without a trip to some of the country’s top attractions. From the spectacular coastlines and national parks to the lively cities, there is no shortage of things to do off the course.
Outdoor lovers should explore the ancient castles and ruins peppered all over the country or discover the natural wonder of The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. For some relaxation time, take a stroll along the sandy beaches of Galway Bay.