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Golf Holidays in Ireland

Ireland Golf Breaks

Explore Ireland's Unparalleled Golfing Delights Beyond Guinness


Uncover the enchanting world of golf breaks in Ireland, an alluring choice for enthusiasts seeking an extraordinary golfing experience. With many exceptional golf courses and luxurious hotels, your next Ireland golf break promises to be unforgettable. Immerse yourself in the...
Ireland Golf Breaks
Explore Ireland's Unparalleled Golfing Delights Beyond Guinness


Uncover the enchanting world of golf breaks in Ireland, an alluring choice for enthusiasts seeking an extraordinary golfing experience. With many exceptional golf courses and luxurious hotels, your next Ireland golf break promises to be unforgettable. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and prepare for an exhilarating time!
An Irish golfing holiday is a treat that never fails to impress! Since the inception of the first Irish golf club in the 1850s, Ireland has cultivated a rich legacy as a distinguished hub for this captivating sport.
At findagolfbreak.com, we offer an extensive array of competitive deals tailored for golfing holidays in Ireland. Choose from premium golf breaks spanning the lush country, from County Carlow to County Wicklow, ensuring a remarkable golfing experience you'll cherish.
Why does Ireland stand out as the ultimate destination for a golfing getaway, appealing to both novices and seasoned players amidst fierce competition from other European destinations?
Enjoy Ireland's well-deserved recognition as a top golf holiday spot, highlighted by the international triumphs of renowned golfers such as McIlroy, Clarke, Lowry, McDowell, and Harrington.
With an impressive count of 58 out of the 246 genuine links courses worldwide, Ireland boasts a collection of must-play courses. Beyond the exhilarating golfing experience, the world-renowned Irish hospitality and breathtaking coastlines will leave an indelible mark, evoking a desire to return time and time.
Benefit from convenient flight and ferry connections from various UK locations, making Ireland an ideal destination for short golf breaks.
Explore the numerous options available for an extended golf trip, allowing you to revel in the splendour of premier golf resorts dotted across Ireland and Northern Ireland.


Popular Golf Courses in Ireland:

Ireland Golf Breaks has great golf hotels, award-winning accommodations, attractions, and some world-renowned golf courses throughout Northern Ireland and the 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 in the world's most naturally beautiful link settings in the Murlough Nature Reserve. Against the magnificent backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne, the links stretch 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 world's most challenging and spectacular links courses. 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 a 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 reflects the variety and ingenuity of the shots required to get around this masterpiece of a golf course.
Situated on the shoreline of a rugged peninsula, The Links Portmarnock was the first golf course that the 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, and extensive course upgrades, including creating a short game area, riveting traditional links pot bunkers, grass pathways, and all enhancements that entirely use 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 offers a stern but fair test to the touring pro and the high handicapper alike.


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Popular accommodations in Ireland:
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 superbly with the headland's rugged nature and includes the Lusitania Bar, the 5-star de Courcey Restaurant, and the Hibernian Suite.
The Slieve Donard Resort and Spa stand on six acres of immaculate private grounds at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down golf links frame the other.
Fifteen minutes from Dublin International Airport, Portmarnock Hotel and Golf Links, enjoy a beautiful coastal location. With breathtaking views over the famous five-mile 'Velvet Strand'. It has hugely popular beachside Golf Links, once the grand seaside home to the Jameson Distillery dynasty. Today, the Hotel is 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, often bustling with summer visitors. People flock to explore the wild Atlantic coastline, Giant's Causeway, and excellent golf.


Things to do in Ireland:
Ireland knows a thing or two about golf for a tiny island on the edge of Europe.
Champions like Rory McIlroy, Phil Mickelson, and Tigers Woods, as 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.
The remarkable 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:
Embark on a journey from the UK to Ireland, the ultimate destination for golfing enthusiasts seeking world-class courses and breathtaking landscapes. With many convenient flight options, golfers can swiftly travel from airports across the UK to Ireland, making it an easily accessible and highly sought-after golfing destination.
Flight durations from the UK to Ireland vary depending on the departure and arrival locations.
Travellers can expect short flights ranging from approximately 1 to 2 hours, ensuring a quick and efficient journey from popular UK airports such as London, Manchester, and Edinburgh to key Irish destinations like Dublin, Shannon, and Cork. These swift flight options provide golfers with the opportunity to maximize their time on the greens and immerse themselves in the rich golfing heritage and natural beauty that Ireland has to offer.
Whether planning a weekend golfing getaway or an extended golfing holiday, the accessibility of flights from the UK to Ireland ensures a hassle-free travel experience, allowing you to focus on indulging in the unparalleled golfing opportunities in this picturesque destination.
Make the most of the convenient flight connections and plan your golfing excursion to Ireland today.
Prepare to immerse yourself in a world of exceptional golf courses, stunning landscapes, and warm Irish hospitality, creating memories that will last a lifetime.


Ireland - Weather Guide:
Ireland boasts a moderate maritime climate, creating favourable conditions for golf enthusiasts eager to experience its world-renowned courses amidst the country's captivating landscapes.
The weather in Ireland showcases distinctive seasons, presenting ample opportunities for golfers to enjoy its prestigious courses and stunning natural beauty.
Golfers can delight in the most favourable golfing weather in Ireland during the late spring and summer months, typically from May to September. Throughout this period, the country experiences milder temperatures and longer daylight hours, providing an ideal setting for extended golfing sessions amid the picturesque greens and enchanting vistas. Golfers can relish the comfortable temperatures ranging between 15°C and 20°C, ensuring a pleasant and enjoyable experience on the courses.
The warmest months in Ireland generally span from June to August, featuring temperatures ranging from 18°C to 22°C. During these months, golfers can maximise the extended daylight hours and favourable weather conditions, maximising their time on the greens and exploring the scenic beauty beyond the golf courses.
While the cooler months in Ireland occur during the winter season, from November to February, golfing remains feasible with average temperatures ranging from 4°C to 9°C. Golfers may prefer planning their visits during the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn to avoid the cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall that the winter months may bring.
For an extraordinary golfing adventure in Ireland, consider planning your visit during the late spring and summer months when the weather is most conducive for golfing.


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