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    Ardglass

    Ardglass features in our 148th Open ‘Platinum’ Package and here’s what you can expect to experience… Venturing forth into the wind to subdue the first four holes at Ardglass is one of golf’s most formidable missions. Scrambling up the ridge of a rocky cliff, with the crashing surf of the Irish Sea filling the ears, […]

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    Ballybunion Cashen

    Designing Ballybunion Cashen was never going to be an easy task as inevitably it was going to be compared to Ballybunion Old Course. The sand dunes on which it is situated are as spectacular as the Old Course and like the Old Course it contains many magnificent holes, especially the par fives. If on your […]

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    Ballybunion Old

    Tom Watson describes Ballybunion best, “After playing Ballybunion for the first time, a man would think that the game of golf originated here. There appears to be no man made influence. It is a true links course of sharp contours throughout. Ballybunion is a course on which many golf architects should live and play before […]

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    Ballyliffin Glasheedy

    Two outstanding and contrasting golf links and 36 wonderful holes make up Ballyliffin Golf Club. The Old Links undulates in the glory of its natural terrain, presenting a hugely enjoyable challenge to every golfer. The new Glasheedy Golf Links is fashioned around incredible dunes, and is already notorious for its peat revetted bunkers and its […]

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    Ballyliffin Old

    Two outstanding and contrasting golf links and 36 wonderful holes make up Ballyliffin Golf Club. The Old Links undulates in the glory of its natural terrain, presenting a hugely enjoyable challenge to every golfer. The new Glasheedy Golf Links is fashioned around incredible dunes, and is already notorious for its peat revetted bunkers and its […]

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    Carne

    Carne Golf Club lies in the splendid sand dunes overlooking Black Sod Bay, the legendary Inis Geidhe and Inis Gluaire Islands and dramatic Achill. Carne was the last golf links course to be designed by the legendary Eddie Hackett and is now believed by many who have played there to be his greatest challenge and […]

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    Carton Montgomerie

    Located at Carton House, Maynooth, just 30 minutes drive from Dublin’s city centre, is one of Ireland’s greatest estates, comprising of a superbly preserved historic mansion house surrounded by over 1,100 acres of mature parkland. In July 2003, a second championship course, designed by former European number one, Colin Montgomerie, opened for play. Quite different […]

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    Carton O’ Meara

    Located at Carton House, Maynooth, just 30 minutes drive from Dublin’s city centre, is one of Ireland’s greatest estates, comprising of a superbly preserved historic mansion house surrounded by over 1,100 acres of mature parkland. The transformation of the estate into a first class golf resort began in 1999. In 2002, the first phase of […]

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    Castlerock

    Castlerock Golf Club is well situated at the point where the River Bann Estuary meets the Atlantic Ocean. A fine links that is overshadowed somewhat by its more illustrious neighbours at Portstewart and Royal Portrush Golf Clubs. A stream that runs across the golf links comes in to play on some holes, notably the 6th […]

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    Ceann Sibeal (Dingle)

    Dingle is the most westerly golf course in Europe. This magnificent golf links is carved from the natural landscape of one of the most scenic parts of Ireland. Every hole is full of undulations and swales, with hazards laid down long before the game of golf was thought of, including a winding stream that meanders […]

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    Connemara

    The par 72 is rarely achieved on this most challenging Atlantic golf links. It might have something to do with the intoxicating air and breathtaking scenery. The more probable culprit however being the last massive six holes. Greens set high in the hillside on the 14th and 15th can be unnerving, particularly after playing the […]

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    County Louth (Baltray)

    County Louth Golf Club is without question one of the best links courses along the East Coast of Ireland, though not as well know outside of Ireland as some other nearby links. Described by Padraig Harrington as ‘one of the most exciting links courses in the country’, it is the venue each year for the […]

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    County Sligo

    County Sligo Golf Club is a centenarian with all the dignity and maturity of age; this is one on Ireland’s great championship golf links. The golf club has hosted most of Ireland’s major championships in its long and venerable history. Three large beaches beneath the cliffs keep the Atlantic at bay to the west of […]

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    Cruit Island

    100,000 welcomes awaits you at Cruit Island Golf Club. Set on the edge of the wild and rugged Atlantic Ocean, next stop America, you will savour unrestricted panoramic views that will take your breath away. A true natural 9 hole links course, golf at its best, par 68, where every shot must be methodically thought […]

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    Donegal (Murvagh)

    Lying in the bosom of Donegal Bay, this superb golf links occupies an elegant peninsula which is backed by the magnificent Blue Stack Mountains. Donegal golf links is presented as two loops of nine where the fairways wend their way by the Atlantic dunes and the sage green grasses of the bay. The course suits […]

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    Dooks

    Golf has been played at Dooks Golf Club since 1889, making it one of Ireland’s oldest links. The golf links is set out on one of three stretches of sand dunes at the head of Dingle Bay. In the immediate foreground are the sand dune peninsulas of Inch and Rossbeigh and just a few miles […]

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    Doonbeg

    Doonbeg Golf Club designed by Greg Norman plays along 1.5 miles of beach and dunes overlooking beautiful Doughmore Bay. The ocean is visible from the green, fairway, or tee of 16 of the 18 holes. The par 72 layout features a single loop of nine holes out and nine back. It plays 6,800 yards from […]

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    Druids Glen

    Druids Glen Golf Club’s name originates from the fact that a Druids Altar (stone altar of pre-Christian worship in Ireland) stands on a hillside overlooking the 12th green. But do not let this deter you from visiting a golf club that many argue is the best inland course in Ireland and venue for the Irish […]

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    Enniscrone

    If you’re interested in our 148th Open ‘Silver’ Package, be sure to read why we chose Enniscrone as one of the three courses to play on this trip. Another of Ireland’s great west coast links where the sound of the Atlantic surf in Killala Bay is a constant accompaniment to the golf round. Eddie Hackett […]

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    Fota Island

    Golf on Fota Island dates from 1883 when a nine hole course was laid out. The present Fota Island Golf Club was designed in 1993 and underwent major re development in 1998 with all the greens being rebuilt and eight holes redesigned. In its short history, Fota Island Golf Club has hosted the Irish Club […]

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