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Golf in Dublin, Ireland

This area encompasses Ireland’s capital city, Dublin and provides the golfer with a choice of top quality links or parkland courses. The top championship courses in this area are household names such as; The Island, Portmarnock, The K Club and Druid’s Glen.

The choice of courses leaves this destination as one of the leading regions in Europe for golf breaks accommodating all styles of golfers. The courses in this area have held numerous Irish Opens, particular mention should be made of the K Club which held the Ryder Cup in 2006. Many of the courses are in the PGA top 100 courses in the British Isles with some featuring in the world’s top 100 such as Portmarnock. Carton House Golf Club is the ideal course for a beginner or simply someone looking to improve their game as this course has the leading teaching facility on the island. The heart of the Irish countryside with its picturesque and iconic ‘green field’ look, this area is quintessential Ireland. Along with the rest of Ireland, quality courses are in an abundance. Some of the biggest names in golf have helped to promote this area as one of the premier locations on the island and the British Isles. The late Seve Ballesteros helped to design and Christy O’Connell Jnr helped to construct the Heritage golf course at Glasson which is one of the premier courses in the region. The east of Ireland, is a good base for a golfing trip as it is in close reach of Dublin and other key tourist areas in Ireland. More noteworthy courses in the area include; Faithlegge and Mount Juliet – both are set in mature estates and have gained appreciation from golfer Tom Watson, the latter course held the Irish Open for 3 consecutive years in the mid-nineties. The close proximity of all these courses to Dublin mean your golf holiday can extend to experiencing the unique Irish culture with the capital city being one of the most vibrant and lively cities in Europe, with its traditional music and historic cobbled streets.

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