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  • Writer's pictureSeán Brennan

Popular Tours

Updated: May 20, 2022

With fewer than 200 links golf courses in the world, Ireland is home to 50 of the most prestigious. That's a massive 25% of links courses in the world are found in Ireland - what a stat that is! So, to say that golfers traveling to Ireland are spoilt for choice is an understatement. The biggest decision for these travelers is to choose which courses to play. Our team has the experience to put together a number of stunning tours that allow golfers to make the most of their time while golfing in Ireland. Here's a selection of our more popular tours:

The South-West Tour.

The South-West of Ireland is synonymous with golf. Famed for its breathtaking links courses, it is considered by many to be the home of golf in Ireland. The quality of golf courses is matched by the unique Irish hospitality you will enjoy in some of our best towns and villages. During the South-West tour, you'll play Tralee, Ballybunion, Waterville, and Killarney in County Kerry. This will be followed by the Old Head in Cork and then Lahnich and Trump Doonbeg in County Clare.

Another reason for the South-West tour to be so popular is that you'll be staying in the tourist capital of Ireland, Killarney, which is full of Irish charm and a bustling town with superb nightlife.

The North-West Tour

The North-West of Ireland is the home to many of Ireland's most famous links courses. Visitors to the North-West are sure to experience a warm welcome and a strong sense of Irish heritage and culture. During the North-West tour, you'll play Ballyliffin (Glashedy & Sandy Hills), Rosapenna, Co. Sligo, Enniscrone and Donegal Golf Club.

The North-West of Ireland is arguably the most beautiful and scenic part of the country, with sandy beaches, traditional pubs and iconic Irish towns at every turn.

The Dublin & East Coast Tour

Dublin and the East Coast are packed with stunning golf courses, from Irish Open venues to world-class links courses. The capital city is a popular choice with so much to do and see for the non-golfers of the group. During the Dublin and East Coast tour, you'll play The European Club, Royal Dublin, County Louth, Royal Dublin and The Island.

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and has no shortage of things to do and places to see.