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Best Two-Course Resorts in the UK & Ireland

Best Two-Course Resorts in the UK & Ireland


Why are 2 golf course venues popular?

68% of golfers like to play more than one course as part of their golf break. Whether this is taking on The Montgomerie Course before you enjoy the Ryder Cup Twenty Ten at The Celtic Manor or looking to play The East & West Courses at East Sussex National, playing a golf resort with 2 or more courses is a popular choice for golf societies & small golfing groups alike.

2 course venues also offer a wide variety of options for your next trip. While many golf courses are slightly easier than their Championship counterpart, they can provide a nice warm up round before heading on to take on the popular golf resorts such as Ryder Cup venues The Belfry, The K Club, Gleneagles & The Celtic Manor.

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Top Two-Course Resorts in England

Top Two-Course Resorts in Scotland

Top Two-Course Resort in Wales & Ireland

Other Popular Two Course Resorts

Slaley Hall, Northumberland, England

Two Course Resorts in England

Saley Hall
(Priestman & Hunting)
Close House
(The Lee Westwood Colt & Filly)
Five Lakes Resort
(Lakes & Links)
St Mellion International Resort
(Nicklaus & Kernow)
Barnham Broom Golf Hotel& Spa
(Hill & Valley)
The Warwickshire Golf & Country Club
(Earls & Kings)
Breadsall Priory
(Priory & Moorland)
Carden Park
(Nicklaus & Cheshire)
Dale Hill
(Old & Woosnam)
Tracy Park
(Crown & Cromwell)

Dalmahoy, East Lothians

Two Course Resorts in Scotland

Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club
(Championship East & Resort West)
Carnoustie Hotel, Golf Resort & Spa
(Championship, Burnside & Buddon)
The Green Hotel Resort
(Montgomery & Bruce)

Dublin & Kildare Golf Tours - Carton House

Two Course Resorts in Ireland

Carton House Hotel & Golf Club
(O'Meara & Montgomerie)
Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Links
(Old Tom Morris & Sandy Hills)