UK & Ireland hidden gem golf trips

Avoid the busy crowds & experience golf’s hidden gems in both the UK & Ireland

With iconic courses, great sightseeing, and culture in both the UK and Ireland, a trip across the pond is one that should be made at least once in your lifetime. While those famous courses are on every golfer’s bucket-list, they do tend to be crowded year after year. Take the road less travelled and explore destinations with amazing links, beautiful sights, and rich culture away from the hustle and bustle of the busy cities.

Why book a hidden gem UK & Ireland golf trip?

  • Play a variety of links courses off the beaten path
  • Become immersed in the culture & scenery in the surrounding areas
  • Enjoy a well-rounded trip including golf, tourism & more
  • Customized trips with advice & recommendations from our travel experts
  • Save time with our hassle-free trip planning service
  • Receive guaranteed best prices with no extra booking fees or taxes
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Great lesser known golf destinations

Scottish Highlands

Northwest Ireland

Liverpool & Southport

South East England

The hidden gems await in Northwest Ireland

With the Southwest and Northern Ireland being the golf hotspots in the country, the Northwest is a great alternative destination. From fantastic golf resorts like Rosapenna and Ballyliffin to classic links like Enniscrone and County Sligo, the Northwest of Ireland has plenty to offer. Known as the “Wild Atlantic Way”, the rugged coastline provides stunning links courses and seaside towns to explore.

When not on the course, the Northwest has so much history, sightseeing, and culture to enjoy.

Enjoy a variety of links courses across the UK

While St. Andrews, the “Home of Golf”, gets all the glory, there are a plethora of other golfing destinations across the UK to explore. From the Scottish Highlands all the way down to Southeast England, there are an abundance of hidden gem courses to be found. Follow in the footsteps of legends by playing Open Championship courses like Prestwick, Royal Cinque Ports, and Prince’s.

Venture up to Scottish Highlands and play some scenic links courses like Cruden Bay, Castle Stuart, or Royal Dornoch. No matter the destination you choose, you will enjoy history, culture, and hospitality during your trip.