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Ireland Golf Breaks

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There is more to coming to Ireland, than just for the Guinness. Hotel golf and spa breaks Ireland is another big draw. There are some fantastic golf courses and golf hotels to choose from for your next Ireland golf breaks! Pay a visit, you are bound to have a great craic here!
 
A golfing holiday in Ireland won’t disappoint! 
 
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Ireland Golf Breaks
There is more to coming to Ireland, than just for the Guinness. Hotel golf and spa breaks Ireland is another big draw. There are some fantastic golf courses and golf hotels to choose from for your next Ireland golf breaks! Pay a visit, you are bound to have a great craic here!
 
A golfing holiday in Ireland won’t disappoint! 
 
With the first Irish golf club having opened in the 1850s, it’s fair to say that the Emerald Isle has a rich heritage as an epicentre for this fascinating sport. Sure enough, we have a broad assortment of competitive deals for a golfing holiday in Ireland here at findagolfbreak.com, enabling you to take your pick from breaks at the finest courses, encompassing every part of this verdant country from County Carlow to County Wicklow.
 
But with so many other European nations competing for your custom, why does Ireland make particular sense for a golfing break, whether you are a novice or seasoned at the sport?
 
Thanks to the recent global success of golfers such as McIlroy, Clarke, Lowry, McDowell and Harrington, Ireland is finally receiving the attention it deserves as a must-visit golf holiday resort. There are said to be 246 true links courses in the world, Ireland has 58 of them and all must play. Aside from the golf the world-famous Irish hospitality and stunning coastlines will make you wish you had visited sooner.
 
With great flight and ferry connections from all over the UK, Ireland is perfect for short breaks and there are so many options to consider for a longer trip to stay and play in the best golf resorts across Ireland and Northern Ireland.
 

 

Popular Golf Courses In Ireland:

Ireland Golf Breaks, great golf hotels, award winning accommodation, attractions and some world renowned golf courses throughout Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland. From enjoying a pint of the black stuff in Dublin in the East to the Wild Atlantic Way in the West, we can set you up with the Irish golf holiday experience you have always dreamed of. 

Our popular courses include:

  • Royal County Down.
  • Royal Portrush
  • Portstewart
  • Old Head
  • Portmarnock Golf Links

Royal County Down is located in one of the world’s most naturally beautiful links settings in the Murlough Nature Reserve. Against the magnificent backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne, the links stretches along the shores of Dundrum Bay, zigzagging back and forth to provide a different vista from virtually every hole.

Portrush Golf Club (Dunlunce Links) Proud host to the 148th and 153rd Open Championships, the Dunluce Links is recognized as one of the top 10 golf courses in the world and known for its challenging greens. The Dunluce Links is rated as one of the most challenging and spectacular links courses in the world. The Links is named after the nearby ruins of the medieval Dunluce Castle located on the edge of a basalt outcropping overlooking the sea between Portrush and Portballintrae.
 
Portstewart Golf Club (The Strand Course) - What can be said of the mighty Strand Course? Dubbed as ‘the sleeping giant’, do you dare to tackle it? It is without doubt one of the very top true links golf courses in Ireland. It easily stands alongside the two Ulster Royals, Portrush and County Down. The brainchild of Willie Park Jr and Des Giffin, ably assisted by undulating dunes, the runoff bunkers, rolling fairways and tricky manicured greens. 
A ‘true test of golf’ is a much-overused phrase, but in this case, it is a reflection of the variety and ingenuity of the shots required to get round this masterpiece of a golf course.
 
Situated on the shoreline of a rugged peninsula, The Links Portmarnock was the first golf course that International Management Group (IMG) developed in Ireland and opened for play in 1995. The recent investment programme by new owners Kennedy Wilson has included, upgrading machinery, extensive upgrades of the course including the creation of a short game area, riveting of traditional links pot bunkers, grass pathways, all enhancements that make full use of the dunes and natural terrain.
 
Old Head, par 72, comprises five Par 5s, five Par 3s and eight Par 4s - stretches from the ladies' tees at 5,413 yards to over 7,100 yards from the tips, with a minimum of six tees per hole making it suitable for golfers of all handicap abilities. Nine holes play along the cliff tops with all eighteen holes providing unsurpassed ocean views. With the ever-changing sea breezes, the course provides a stern but fair test to the touring pro and the high handicapper alike.

 

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Popular Accommodations In Ireland:
  • Old Head
  • Slieve Donard
  • Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links
  • K Club
  • Portrush Atlantic Hotel

Old Head prides itself in offering the ultimate experience in golf with a seamless blend of Irish hospitality. Old Head's Clubhouse overlooks the 18th green and commands stunning vistas of the Atlantic Ocean and the Old Head Lighthouse. It blends in superbly with the rugged nature of the headland and also includes the Lusitania Bar, the 5-star de Courcey Restaurant and the Hibernian Suite.

Nestling at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne, the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa stands in six acres of immaculate private grounds. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down golf links frames the other.

Fifteen minutes from Dublin International Airport. Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links enjoys a beautiful coastal location. With breathtaking views over the famous five mile ‘Velvet Strand’. Its hugely popular beachside Golf Links. Once the grand seaside home to the Jameson Distillery dynasty. Today the Hotel is a well equipped and situated as a much sought after stunning golfing backdrop.

The K Club. The Kildare Hotel, at The K Club, Ireland’s First AA 5 Red Star Hotel, is in the heart of the idyllic Irish countryside on the banks of the River Liffey in Straffan, Co. Kildare.

Portrush is a favourite golfing destination in Northern Ireland and is often bustling with visitors in the summer. People flock to explore the wild Atlantic coastline, Giant’s Causeway, and excellent golf.

 

Things to do in Ireland:
For a tiny island on the edge of Europe, Ireland knows a thing or two about golf. Champions like Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson and Tigers Woods, to actors like Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd and Bill Murray all love playing golf in Ireland, with world-class courses in some of the most spectacular locations on the planet, Ireland’s credentials are sky-high when it comes to golf. Ireland blends exceptional golfing with wonderful off the course experiences because the truly great thing about golfing in Ireland is that there’s far more to a golf trip than just the challenge of the fairway!
 
Travelling To Ireland:
Flights from the UK are usually direct into Ireland.
 
Flight times to Ireland usually average around 1 Hour.
 
Transfers are available in and around Ireland however, we can arrange transfers for you if need them.
 
Ireland - Weather Guide:
The best time to visit Ireland is between March and May, and September to November, when it’s not as crowded as it is in summer, or as cold as it is in winter. That said, Ireland has a mild, temperate climate and although it’s rainy at times, you can visit all year round. The changes in weather are not normally extreme.
 
Summer (June, July and August) is the warmest time of year, when Ireland’s landscapes are at their most vibrant and the days are at their longest. However, it’s also crowded and prices are at a premium.

June is the month where golf courses are in peak condition, meaning the greens and fairways should be in great shape. However, July and August are equally excellent months to play golf in Ireland with temperature ranging from the high 50s to mid-70s Fahrenheit. 

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