Hosted the Irish Open on the European Tour. Tom Watson states 'I am now of the opinion it is one of the best and most beautiful tests of links golf anywhere.' Rated the 6th best course in the UK and Ireland.
Located in County Longford, this layout is co-designed by Retief Goosen. The course has a mixture of parkland and woodland, combining with well-manicured fairways, greens and unique grassed bunkers.
Hosted the Ryder Cup between Europe and the US. Hosted 13 European Opens on the European Tour. This spectacular parkland course located near Dublin, in Ireland beside the river Liffey.
Hosted 4 Irish Open Tournaments, on the European Tour. As well as previously hosting the Curtis Cup, between the British and the Irish Ladies versus the American Ladies.
Hosted the Irish Open, Lahinch is undoubtedly one of the world's great links. A glorious setting with superb natural terrain, designed by the outstanding architect Old Tom Morris and created in 1892.
This course is designed by Nick Faldo, with links like fairways, perfectly true greens a spectacular Fermanagh lake land setting, provides a stunning backdrop. Located in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
One of the most famous and beautiful courses in Ireland. Nine holes play along the cliff tops, and all eighteen holes provide stunning ocean views. With the ever-changing sea breezes, the course provides a stern test.
The first European golf course designed by Arnold Palmer, located in County Kerry. 'The setting is quite the most magnificent backdrop for a golf course I have ever encountered', wrote a famous golf writer.
This championship course is located in the west of Ireland, in County Kerry it dates back to the 1880's. This traditional course has a huge variety of contours and sand dunes and is often rated the Best.