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Follow the DP World Tour in 2023

Play world-renowned courses, visit new and exciting destinations and follow in the footsteps of your favourite players on your next golf holiday.

Dolores Brown
Dolores Brown
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The DP World Tour 2023 schedule promises to elevate the exposure of the events to new heights, so why not experience the incredible host venues for yourself and follow in the footsteps of the world’s best players. Some of the courses included on the tour roster include the world-renowned Le Golf National, the exquisite Emirates Golf Resort, and a home favourite, The Belfry.

Yas Links Golf Course

Majilis Course, Emirates Golf Club

Al Hamra Golf Club

2023 Ryder Cup Golf Course, Marco Simone Golf & Country Club

The Belfry

The Belfry is a fantastic venue set in 550 acres of beautiful Warwickshire countryside and is host to some world-famous golfing facilities. Renowned for having held the Ryder Cup four times, the superb golf at The Belfry needs no introduction. The Brabazon Course and the PGA National Course provide golfers with the chance to follow in the footsteps of their sporting heroes, while the Derby Golf Course makes for a pleasant alternative to the two flagship layouts.

The Belfry boasts 319 well decorated and elegant rooms, and a range of dining experiences await guests at this luxury four-star facility. Enjoy a post round drink, light bite, or spa experience at this all-encompassing golfing retreat.

PGA National Course, The Belfry

Royal Liverpool Golf Club

Built-in 1869, Royal Liverpool Golf Club is located on the edge of the Dee shores and against the backdrop of the distant Welsh hills. Having hosted a number of golfing legends over the years, links golf really comes into its own at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, with the coastal terrain at Hoylake exposing the course to threatening winds that can at times be very punishing to your game.

The narrow fairways weave through thick rough, and there are a number of steep bunkers dotted throughout the course, making it extremely challenging to play a safe ball during your round. If the course is kind to you during your visit, you can easily appreciate the true beauty of this English seaside classic.

The Open 2023 Golf Course, Royal Liverpool Golf Club

Galgorm Castle Golf Club

The Castle Course is ranked as a top golf course in Northern Ireland and it's easy to see why. Home to a number of European Tour events, the 200 acres of sweeping mature parkland offer a beautiful challenge set amongst Ireland's historical landmarks.

The castle was built in 1618 by Sir Faithful Fortescue and there can be no more inspiring setting for your golfing requirements. It is bordered by the rivers Main and Braid, together with a magnificent oxbow feature and five impressive lakes. The perfect choice for those looking for a golfbreak with a difference.

Galgorm Castle Golf Club

The K Club

The K Club is home to two Arnold Palmer designed parkland courses – The Palmer North Course, famous for hosting the 2006 Ryder Cup matches and multiple Irish Opens and The Palmer South Course, which also hosted 2004 and 2007 European Opens. As the only 36-hole Arnold Palmer designed courses in Europe, The K Club has an enriching background as an Irish golf haven.

The North course has been ranked regularly in the top three parkland golf courses in Ireland and hosted the top golf players in the world. The South course is designed primarily as an inland links course, combining a variety of interesting landscapes with dune-style mounding and dramatic rock features throughout. Although the two courses are very different in layout, both courses incorporate the meandering River Liffey throughout, particularly on the North Course where it comes into play often.

Palmer North Course, The K Club

Le Golf National

Host venue to the dramatic 2018 Ryder Cup and home to the Open de France, Le Golf National needs little introduction. Located in the picturesque suburbs of Versailles, this world-class golf club is home to two exceptional courses: the famous Albatros Course, known as one of Europe’s finest layouts, and the often-underrated Aigle Course.

The Albatros is a true championship course, with tricky greens protected by challenging bunkers, and will likely require the use of every club in your bag! Equally as impressive, the Aigle Course has been designed with every golfer in mind, with wide fairways and few bunkers allowing you to make use of your driver. The complex is also part of the prestigious European Tour Properties network – a world-class selection of golf venues.

Fairmont St Andrews

Fairmont St Andrews, which overlooks the Auld Grey Toun (the spiritual home of the game), offers 36 holes of quality golf alongside a five-star luxury hotel. Ranking as one of the best golf resorts in Scotland, it is the perfect location to make the most of St Andrews and the surrounding area.

The resort is home to two championship length golf courses, The Torrance and The Kittocks. The Torrance is an Open Championship Qualifying course that ranks top-60 in Scotland, and The Kittocks features a few striking holes along the cliff edge. There can be few better ways to watch the sunset than taking in the views of the Kittocks and Torrance courses, with the St Andrews skyline in the distance while enjoying a relaxed drink in the clubhouse.

The Torrance Course, Fairmont St Andrews

Gary Player Golf Course

Earth Course, Jumeirah Golf Estates

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