Golf Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland is simply a mecca for golfing fans and with two courses in the Top 15 in the World; it’s not hard to see why. The homeland of McIlroy, McDowell and Clarke has left an indelible mark of careers and now is your chance to see why.
With one of the most stunning coastlines in the world, the birthplace of the Titanic, Bushmills Whiskey and home to the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Giant’s Causeway, this little corner of Ireland is packed full of activities, history and of course great golf for you to enjoy. The rejuvenated city of Belfast is fast becoming one of the most popular cities in Europe to visit and with one of the youngest populations on the Continent, you are always guarantee a lively nights’ “craic”.
The North is fast becoming the most sought-after places to play golf on the island and with iconic names such as Royal Co. Down and Royal Portrush, it’s not hard to see why. Combine those with the likes of Ardglass, which has the oldest clubhouse in the world and a magical golfing experience starts to take shape. Combined with a fantastic 19th hole experience, some of the best restaurants and pubs on the island and it’s not difficult to see why Northern Ireland is a must play destination.
Explore Our Sample Itineraries
Lough Erne - Town & Country Luxury Golf & Leisure Break
6 Nights / 5 Rounds of Golf
Golf Courses: Championship Course at Rosses Point, Enniscrone Golf Links, Lough Erne, Links at Royal Dublin, Portmarnock Golf Club
Explore Some of the Courses and Links Clubs of Northern Ireland
Ardglass Golf Course
Ardglass Golf Club, home of the world's oldest clubhouse dating back to 1405AD.
Royal County Down
Royal County Down assumes a stunning location in the Murlough Nature Reserve with the Mountains of Mourne providing a dramatic backdrop that adds yet further to the experience.
Portstewart Golf Club
Golf has been played here since 1889. The magnificent dunes throughout the course are termed the 'Thirsty Hollow' with views of the Atlantic from the majority of holes.
Dunluce is the only Irish course to host The Open Championship (2019 & 1951) and is a classic Harry Colt designed seaside links with sensational ocean views.