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This superb golfing itinerary gives you the opportunity to test your skills on Ireland’s most inspiring links courses. Experience the rugged beauty of the Northern Ireland coastline and the poetic charm of Dublin city.
Combine the rough and rugged Northern Ireland coastline with Joycean Dublin and play 5 of the highest ranked golf courses in Ireland.
Arrive Northern Ireland
Begin your trip with a 2 night stay in exciting Belfast.
Play Royal Portrush Dunluce Course
One of Ireland’s most famous of links courses and the only club in Ireland to have hosted the British Open. Royal Portrush Dunluce course is laid out in a marvelous stretch of golfing country. Through a tangle of sand hills the course threads, its way, with the sweeping contours of dunes, lending infinite variety to your game. This course has been portrayed by many golfers to be one of the most challenging in the world.
Play Royal County Down Championship Course
Founded in 1889, this course offers an exhilarating challenge to even the most experienced golfers. The setting of this links course is continually remarked upon for it outstanding beauty. The fact that this course has five blind tee shots and several obscured approach shots makes it all the more formidable to play.
Continue your trip down the coast to Dublin in the Republic of Ireland for your final 4 nights.
Play Portmarnock Championship Course
Host to some of the greatest tournaments in golf, including the Walker Cup , Canada Cup (World Cup), Portmarnock Championship has hosted the Irish Open on 19 occasions, beginning in 1927 when the tournament was first held. This course displays what many consider to be the finest use of bunkering on any course in any country. The 14th and 15th are Portmarnock’s most famous with the former being described as “the best hole in the world” by Sir Henry Cotton.
Play European Club
This links designed by Pat Ruddy offers a rare combination of golf challenges and fantastic scenery as the holes plunge into deep valleys in the sand dunes, run on a sand spit through age old marshlands and along and up into the rugged cliffs of Mizen Head. The 18 hole round is an impressive 7,355 yards long, with two additional par-3 holes playable on most days to round out a great golfing day. The Irish Sea can be seen from every hole on the links and the Wicklow Hills complete the view.
Play County Louth “Baltray” Course
County Louth Golf Club or “Baltray” as it is more affectionately known is situated 4 miles from the historic town of Drogheda at the mouth of the river Boyne. With the river to the south and the Irish Sea to the east. This is Links golf at is very best, with only the muted murmur of a ships engine to break the sounds of nature, as it quietly winds its way up river to the port. Host to the ’3′ Irish Open in 2009 and the 2004 Nissan Irish Open.
Starting at $3,200 per golfer
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