Frequently asked questions about Golf Breaks in Ireland
Where to play golf on a golf break in Ireland?
Ireland is home to numerous Top 100 Golf Courses, the best golf resorts in Ireland are Druids Glen Golf Resort (Co. Wicklow), Carton House (Co. Kildare), Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links (Co. Donegal), The K Club Resort (Co. Kildare), Castle Dargan Golf Resort (Co. Sligo), Castlemartyr Resort (Co. Cork), Lough Erne (Northern Ireland), Trump International Golf Links Doonbeg (Co. Clare) and Galgorm Resort (Northern Ireland).
Some of the best golf courses in Ireland include Royal County Down (Championship), Royal Portrush (Dunluce Links), Lahinch Golf Club (Old course), Portmarnock (Championship course), The European Club, Waterville Golf Links, Trump International Golf Links, County Sligo, The Island and Ballyliffin (Co. Donegal), (Glashedy Links).
What are the best stay and play golf packages in Ireland?
Golfers looking to stay in Dublin will find the best stay and play resorts at Portmarnock Links just North of the City and Carton House and The K Club just South of Dublin. Those venturing into the South East will find a superb championship resort at Fota Island and those seeking some links experiences can head East to play Trump International Golf Links Doonbeg in the South and Rosapenna Golf Resorts in the North.
What are the best golf and spa breaks in Ireland?
Golfers looking for both a day on the golf course and a relaxing spa before or after are going to find their excellent options at The K Club near Dublin, Druids Glen just South of Dublin and Fota Island in the South East near Cork. These spas include a host of facilities to enjoy with a range of treatments as well as access to some of the best championship golf courses in Ireland.