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Golf Breaks Ireland

A 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!

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FAQs About Golf In Ireland?

Which airports can I fly to?

There are a number of airports in Ireland, however those most popular for a golf break are Dublin Airport due to the number of flights from UK airports.

Which UK airports serve this destination?

Most regions of the UK provide direct flights to Dublin including Heathrow, Leeds, Manchester, Southampton, Exeter, and Bristol to name but a few.

How long is the flight time?

Flight times from UK airports to Dublin, Cork or Shannon are between 1 hour and 1 hour and 30 minutes depending on airport.

When is the best time for a golf holiday to this destination?

High season is considered to be between May and October.

What are the local attractions?

If you are staying and playing in Donegal then you must explore the west coast of Ireland which has featured in many films and Tv shows including Game of Thrones! Take your camera and capture some of the most beautiful scenery. If in Dublin or Kildare, then the Guinness and Jamieson’s tours are popular – especially for groups who want to relax away from the fairways.

Where can we go for nightlife?

No matter where you are in Ireland, you can be sure to enjoy great craic and a Guinness! Dublin is hugely popular for those looking for lively nightlife with plenty of stag and hen parties in the city along Temple Bar, whilst Cork, Donegal, and Ballyliffin have plenty of bars serving local whiskeys – something different than a big bar crawl.





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