Golf Breaks IrelandA short hop on the plane, or a quick ferry crossing from the UK, a golf break in Ireland is one of the most accessible choices from the UK. Dublin offers the world-famous nightlife its famed for, along with some great links courses in Portmarnock, and The Island GC. If its parkland you are after its hard to beat The K Club for an all-round golf venue.The Kerry region offers famous links courses which visitors from the USA travel 9+ hours to visit. Tralee and Ballybunion are some of the finest courses in the world and are just over an hour from the UK!
Golf Holidays In Ireland
Wow, what can we say about Ireland? From the warm welcome by the locals to the stunning links courses available, a round in Ireland offers an amazing experience.
The North and West Coast area was awarded “Golf Destination of the Year” at the 2011 Golf Tourism awards for good reason. Ireland offers stunning links courses, yet to be discovered by the masses. Championship links designed by greats such as Faldo for under £50 a round. And the best thing? The Stunning value.
More Than Just Great Golf:
Experience the warm welcome the Irish have to offer with a great mix of on and off-course activities. From a lively weekend in the bars and restaurants in Dublin to a relaxed retreat to a stunning tranquil golf resort, Ireland offers a package to suit all budgets and group types.
This is destination offers a wealth of options whether you are looking for a cheap last minute break, stay and play package, a luxury golf and spa weekend or an incredible unlimited golf deal, there is a resort for you.
There are a number of incredible courses in Ireland to consider, from The K Club which is steeped in luxury to the rugged links course at Portmarnock. Due to the Celtic links with Scotland, it’s safe to assume this is a country that has played a central role in the history of golf with its first course dating back to at least 1856 but it’s thought the game was played on a more informal basis for a number of years before that.
Make The Most Of Low Travel Costs And Book A Bargain Golf Holiday
With ferry crossings from as little as £50 per person, you don’t even need to worry about a hire car, what could be easier! Alternatively, many low-cost airlines fly to Ireland on a daily basis from the UK making it one of the easiest destinations to travel to for a golf break.
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