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    Royal Portrush Dunluce

    The Dunluce Course designed by the famous architect Harry S. Colt is consistently rated among the worlds top courses. The course has a wonderful history, being the only venue in Ireland to have hosted The Open Championship in 1951 when Max Faulkner won the famous ‘claret jug’ and will host The Open again in 2019. […]

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    Royal Portrush Valley

    The Valley Course, though not as challenging as Dunluce, is a very good golf links layout with many of its holes situated in larger sand dunes closer to the sea. It makes for a very enjoyable links experience and compliments the more famous Dunluce course very well.

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    The European Club

    Though the European Golf Club only opened for play in 1987, it has quickly gained a reputation as one of best links in Ireland. It is featuring on many top 100 courses of the world’s lists and three of its holes were recently picked in GOLF magazines top 500 in the world. None of this […]

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    The Island

    We have included a round of golf on this amazing Links course in our 148th Open ‘Gold’ Package.  Have a read below to see why. For a long time the only way to get to The Island Links was by boat before a causeway road was built. This golf links is located in sand dunes more […]

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    The present Tralee Golf Club was the first course and only links course designed by Arnold Palmer in Ireland or Europe. Tralee Golf Club boasts a view of the Atlantic from every hole in this stunning setting. The front nine is considered the gentler of the two and the back nine is a rollercoaster through […]

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    The history of golf at Waterville Golf Club dates from 1889 when staff at the local trans-Atlantic cable station played the game. The fortunes of the club varied and the golf links became idle until the late 1960’s when John A. Mulcahy and Eddie Hackett came up with a design that has brought much acclaim […]

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    Westport Golf Club has hosted the Irish Amateur Open Close Championship and is a long testing parkland course. It is located overlooking panoramic Clew Bay with Croke Patrick Mountain in the distance. There is a great variety of holes here, the most spectacular hole being the 15th, a par five where the drive has to […]

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