Royal County Down
With the 9th hole as one of the most photographed holes in the world it is easy to see how this course has such high regard. Against the magnificent backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne, the links stretches along the shores of Dundrum Bay, zigzagging back and forth to provide a different vista from virtually every hole.
The questions is can you can keep focussed on your golf swing and not get distracted by the beautiful scenery of this challenging and world famous course?

Royal Portrush Golf Club
The Dunluce course is considered to be one of the best courses in the world. The only club in Ireland to have hosted The Open Championship, Royal Portrush welcomes visitors all year round to face the challenges of its courses and to brave the testing conditions.

Portstewart Golf Club
This course will really get your blood going. Set amongst gigantic Sand Dunes, with 360 degree views across the Atlantic Mouth of Lough Foyle to the Inisowen peninsula, this course is a challenging and yet breath-takingly scenic course.

Rosapenna Golf Resort
In 1891, while a guest of Lord Leitrim at his nearby estate, Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews, a winner of four British Opens in the 1860’s, took a drive to enjoy the Donegal scenery. Morris was quick to see the golfing potential of this fine stretch of Donegal coast line and before returning to the home of golf he had staked-out the first Rosapenna Links, incorporating wide rolling fairways amidst the undulating terrain and of course those delightful greens.
Rosapenna became a place of pilgrimage for golfers at the turn of the century and still is today.

Ballyliffen Golf Club
Ireland’s leading links complex boasts two Championship Links Courses – The Old Links and Glashedy Links. Ballyliffin Golf Club in County Donegal is Ireland’s most northerly golf club and is renowned for it’s hospitality , spectacular setting and outstanding presentation standards all year round.