Ireland has some of the most beautiful golf courses in the world. On our golf tours, in addition to hotels and transport, we book tee-times, caddies, left-handed clubs, buggies,carts, golf pros… whatever you need. We can even book Heli-golf, if you so wish.
And it goes without saying that we take you to the best and most scenic golf courses that this island has to offer.
Ten miles to the north of Dublin City and only a 15-minute drive from Dublin Airport,Portmarnock Golf Club is located on a narrow strip of shallow dune. From SamSnead to Seve Ballesteros, some of golf's best-known names have tested their skills on the north Dublin peninsula.
Druids Glen Golf Course in Co Wicklow with its manicured tree-lined fairways and spectacular water features is known as "The Augusta of Europe. It opened in 1995 and just a year after opening, hosted the Irish Open four years in a row.
The Old Head Golf Links in Co Cork is built on a 220-acre piece of land, jutting out over two miles into the Atlantic Ocean. With the constantly changing sea breezes, the course provides a good test for both the touring pro and the high handicapper.
Old Head's Clubhouse overlooks the 18th green and commands stunning vistas of the Atlantic Ocean and the Old Head Lighthouse. It blends in superbly with the rugged nature of the headland.The clubhouse also includes the Lusitania Bar, the 5-star de Courcey Restaurant and the Hibernian Suite.
The K Club located in County Kildare is only thirty minutes from both Dublin City Centre and DublinInternational Airport, It is the only golf club in Ireland to host the Ryder Cup when it came to Palmer Course. The Palmer Ryder Cup Course and The Smurfit Course are considered two of Europe's finest Championship Courses recently voted on the top ten worldwide golf resorts by CNN.
And in Northern Ireland, the Royal Portrush Golf Club in Co Antrim is home to one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world - the Dunluce Links - and hidden gem, the Valley Links.