Home to so many high-calibre resorts and Championship links, an Ireland golf break really is a golf trip unlike anything else. Whether you choose to play golf in Northern Ireland, at the likes of Royal Portrush or Lough Erne, or in the golfing hotspots of Dublin, Cork or Kerry, you can be assured a memorable golf holiday in Ireland. And once you’ve finished your round, the real fun starts at the 19th hole.
If you’re after top-quality golf courses and world-famous hospitality you can’t go wrong with an Ireland golf break. Offering great golf in magnificent landscapes - plus legendary post-round hospitality - it's easy to see why golfers from across the world are attracted to play golf in Ireland at world-class links like Portmarnock, Rosapenna and Royal County Down, as well as iconic inland resorts like Carton House, Druids Glen and the The K Club.
With dozens of glorious, windswept coastal courses, Ireland’s golfing reputation is built on its magnificent collection of Championship links. But there’s more to golf in Ireland than its crashing coastline – the Emerald Isle boasts some of the world’s finest inland courses. For golf in beautiful surroundings, consider Dublin trio Carton House, the K Club and Druids Glen or enjoy true luxury at Fota Island, Dromoland Castle, Adare Manor or Mount Juliet.
Ireland’s unique landscape and stunning vistas are just part of the attraction. The Emerald Isle is also home to an array of world class courses. Royal Portrush - the only course outside of mainland Great Britain to have hosted the Open - Royal County Down, which staged the 2007 Walker Cup, and 2006 Ryder Cup hosts, the K Club, are just a few of the country’s top tracks.