1. Ballybunion

Ballybunion Golf Club has a secluded location on the southwest coast of Ireland. The course is situated right along the shoreline, providing sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean and you will be awoken by the fresh breeze that blows off the ocean. The natural terrain has been well preserved which allows the long grass to grow across the dunes. In 2015, Golfing Magazine voted The Old Course at Ballybunion the number 1 links course in Ireland and just recently it was rated number 20 in the top 100 Golf Courses of the world.

President Clinton paid a visit to Ballybunion in 1998 and the very famous Golden Bear’ Jack Nicholas played Ballybunion in 1989.

2. Tralee
Tralee Golf Club, designed and built by Arnold Palmer, this stunning setting represents a true paradise for those willing to challenge what is widely acclaimed as one of the finest links courses in the world.

3. Waterville
This World class Championship Links, is a stunning remote location and has something magical about it. Founded in 1889 the course has had many famous players from Henry Cotton to Mark O’ Meara and Tiger Woods whom have all praised its perfection.

4. Dooks
Dooks Golf Links is one of Irelands oldest Golf Courses. It is a true sea-side links situated in a panoramic setting in a corner of Dingle Bay, Co. Kerry. The Atlantic Ocean can be seen from practically every hole and Ireland’s highest mountain range, the McGillycuddy Reeks, overlooks every shot. Definitely not to be missed!