Limerick is a golfing paradise

Limerick is a city in the south of Ireland that packs a serious golfing punch. It should be on every golfer’s radar for a future golf break and we can guarantee you’ll leave wanting more. With the likes of Doonbeg, Ballybunion, Lahinch and the 2026 Ryder Cup venue, Adare Manor, what more could you need? A golf break to Limerick should be on every golfer's bucket list.

Why book a golf break to Limerick?

  • Stunning landscapes amongst beautiful villages
  • A retreat from city life
  • Temperate oceanic climate
  • Daily flights from all major airports

Home to ultimate luxury & iconic links courses

It’s hard to pick a favourite golf course in the Limerick area, for some, the courses at Ballybunion are as good as golf gets. From standing on that first tee you’re bound to make the best-golfing memories as you take on rolling dunes, awkward stances and unpredictable weather conditions. Lahinch is another classic links course that has stood the test of time with its natural landscape forcing you to create unique shots. Hailed as the ‘St Andrews of Ireland’, you'll know you’ve chosen the right course to play and won’t leave disappointed.

Words simply cannot do these courses justice and must be experienced to understand what makes them so good. You can’t talk about Limerick without mentioning Adare Manor, the 2027 Ryder Cup host venue. The ultimate luxury escape, Adare Manor couples its stunning hotel with an equally stunning golf course. Originally designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and renovated by Tom Fazio, it is kept in immaculate condition year-round and is a fair challenge for all golfers, making your trip here one to remember.

Beautiful landscapes, great golf & more

Resting in Ireland’s South West, Limerick is the ideal destination for a traditional Irish golf break.

Renowned for its quaint villages, well-maintained parkland courses and awe-inspiring landscapes, it not hard to see why Limerick proves popular with our golfers, offering a retreat away from the hustle and bustle.

What’s more, we can tailor a golf package to suit you and your group’s individual needs, there is a great selection of accommodation options to choose from. So, if you’re looking for a top-quality, great value golf break? Look no further.

Golf travel tips for Limerick

Best months for golfing weather:

May to September

Best months for value:

April & October

Most popular months:

May, June & September

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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.

Grand resorts & affordable hotels

As you might expect, Limerick is not short of accommodation options. From the historic Dromoland Castle with its award-winning restaurant to the spectacular seaside Trump Doonbeg, there is something for every golfer.

A long-established Golfbreaks favourite, we highly recommend the grand luxurious Adare Manor Hotel, Golf Club & Spa 5* which offers a mixture of beautifully furnished villas, townhouses and hotel rooms. It boasts elegant rooms, state-of-the-art leisure facilities including a lavish spa, and a fine dining restaurant overlooking the Maigue River. So if you’re looking for a resort that has it all including on-site championship golf, then look no further than Adare Manor.

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