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With world famous links and challenging parkland courses you’ll never be short of somewhere to play in Ireland.
Live the high life with a stay at one of Ireland’s most exquisite castle hotels and play a round of golf on a truly excellent parkland course.
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Regaled by many an international star as a highlight of golfing Ireland, Ballybunion is a classic enthusiast’s dream course.
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Filled with scenic qualities, this fabulous links course is set amongst rolling sand dunes and framed by the River Bann flowing out to the majestic Atlantic Ocean.
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With the River Boyne to its south and the Irish Sea to its east, this is links at its most appealing, where quiet winds can hinder your pursuit of excellence
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The perfect terrain for an ideal links course, the Old Course at Lahinch boasts a colourful history and a will delight those with a passion for the sport
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Blessed with peaceful woodland and technicoloured blossoms sets this exquisitely challenging course apart from the rest
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Follow in the footsteps of golf’s top professionals and take on one of Ireland’s finest 18-hole championships at the gracious and challenging Mount Juliet.
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Proving that traditional doesn’t have to mean dull, Portmarnock’s classic and historic golf links is regarded as one of the best of its kind.
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A true championship course, the par 72 Strand at Portstewart is the epitome of what can only be classed as a truly challenging round of golf
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The setting for the Senior British Open 2002, the club was proud to welcome the legendary Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player to its immaculate greens.
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Founded back in 1888, Royal Portrush boasts the ultimate golfing challenge and precision play, plus awe-inspiring scenery
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With tumbling dunes and amazing vistas over the Irish Sea, The European is a fine testament to Ireland’s great pedigree of links courses
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Spectacular, luxurious, prestigious and challenging – the K Club offers exceptional golf and five-star accommodation set amidst 550 acres of County Kildare countryside
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Designed by one of the best-known sportsmen in the world, Arnold Palmer chose a spectacular setting for this elegant links course.
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Over 100 years old, this classic links is a heaven sent and blessed with some of the most spectacular scenery to embrace while you play.
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