Northern Ireland's Best

  • Ballyliffin Golf Club - Glashedy
    Ballyliffin Golf Club - Glashedy
  • Castlerock Golf Club
    Castlerock Golf Club
  • Portstewart Golf Club
    Portstewart Golf Club
  • Royal Portrush Golf Club
    Royal Portrush Golf Club
  • Ardglass Golf Club
    Ardglass Golf Club
  • Royal County Down
    Royal County Down

Northern Ireland Golf Tours

Dedicated followers of golfing lore would have known about the double "Royals" of Northern Ireland for years but recently the exploits of Messrs. Clarke, McIlroy & McDowell has sprung this tiny part of the world into the forefront of every golfer's mind.

The courses these Major winners grew up playing are simply phenomenal and NEED to be on every golfer's bucket-list. 2019 will be truly special with the 148th Open Championship leaving mainland Britain for the first time in 58 years to be played over the hallowed turf of Royal Portrush Golf Club. If you are interested in a package to The Open click here.
The list to your right is by no means exhaustive and if you would like to mix-it-up with some more lesser known but highly memorable courses just say the word.
If you fancied a little break from the "Links" courses, how about a round on one of Ireland's best traditional "Parkland" courses such as; Royal Belfast, Belvoir Park or even Rory's old stomping ground Hollywood.


Day 1 - Welcome to Ireland

Day 2 - Play Ballyliffin Golf Club (Glashedy)

Arrive into Dublin Airport where you driver will be waiting or where you can collect your rental car. Drive north to the Derry or Donegal coastline where you will base for 2 nights. Some like to acclimatise but there is the potential to play a course today if you're feeling energetic after the red-eye. 

Stay in Ballyliffin or Derry for 2 nights

Home to two world-class links courses; Ballyliffin's Glashedy Course was the 2018 Irish Open host where all media and pros raved about the course and its surroundings. In fact, the courses are so scenic that, Nick Faldo wanted to buy the property before he even landed from his chopper! The most northerly course in Ireland and located on the Malin Head peninsula.

Stay in Ballyliffin or Derry for 2 nights


Day 3 - Play Castlerock Golf Club (Mussenden)

Day 4 - Play Portstewart Golf Club (Strand)

Again home to two courses, the Mussenden is the course that we recommend. Ben Sayers & Harry Colt both a hand in the design and to their credit, its pure magic. Its illustrious neighbours shouldn't sway you from playing this outstanding course AND on a clear day you can see the coast of Scotland to the north. 

Stay at Bushmills Inn or similar

Recent works in preparation for the 2017 Irish Open (won by Jon Rahm) have only increased peoples' admiration for this awe-inspiring course. Good luck even walking down the first, as the view might just stop you in your tracks! Have the camera charged and ready! Gigantic dunes and an excellent design combine for a truly memorable 18 holes.

Stay at Bushmills Inn or similar


Day 5 - Play Royal Portrush Golf Club (Dunluce Course)

Day 6 - Play Ardglass Golf Club

What can we say that hasn't already been said - the Dunluce course at Royal Portrush is amazing. So good in fact that it is the first (and only) course to have hosted the Open Championship that wasn't on mainland Britain. In 2019 the course will host the 148th Championship. If you can't attend the Open, then make a plan to get there at your earliest convenience. 
After golf today, transfer southwest to Newcastle in the county of Down.
If you are interested in a package to the 2019 Open click here.

Famed for its undulating terrain and elevated position giving wonderful views of the Irish coastline, Ardglass can sometimes be missed if concentrating only on its "Royal" neighbour a few miles down the coast. But, what a mistake that would be. A trip to Ardglass is a must, if only to step into the world's oldest clubhouse which was once a 14th century castle.

Stay at Slieve Donard Hotel or similar

Stay at Slieve Donard Hotel or similar


Day 7 - Play Royal County Down Golf Club

Day 8 - Depart from Dublin Airport

The number one ranked course in the world outside of the United States and a personal favourite of all the staff at Links Golf Ireland. Royal Co. Down is as stunning as it is entertaining and as fun to play. It is a roller-coaster from start to finish with numerous blind shots that require faith in your ability. The Mourne mountains provide a spectacular backdrop and a truly fitting end to your stay here in Ireland.

Stay at Slieve Donard Hotel or similar

All good things must come to an end...unfortunately! Your hotel is approximately 1.5 hours from Dublin airport. 

Time to begin the process for your next trip to the Emerald Isle.


Tour Costs

Due to a number of variables, the cost for this tour is flexible and will be determined once we create a customised tour proposal for your group.

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