Ireland Fun Facts Sitemap Four: Golf

Ireland Golf Vacations
A guide to the very best courses all over Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Lahinch Golf, a course that's long on mystique
Golfers all seem to sense that Lahinch is special, even if they can't explain the precise reason.

Ballybunion, Ireland's grand dame of links
The old course that's #1 on just about everybody's "must play" list.

Doonbeg, the course that had to wait 100 years
Greg Norman's piece of work in Clare is georgous, but it will make you work.

Waterville, the beautiful monster
The ups and downs of history have, in the end, blessed Waterville in unique ways.

Tralee - A different approach to the game
A course that teaches you the benefits of match-style play.

Ireland Golf Course Carne
In the wild northwest, a hand-made gem of a golf course.

Ballyliffen, A Donegal "natural"
A northwestern beauty, nestled between mountains, sand dunes and the sea.

Mount Juliet
A fantastic Georgian estate with a lush parkland-style course that's a place of serenity.

Rosses Point, County Sligo
This lonely windblown links in Sligo is a tough test for anyone's game.

Royal County Down's tough test
Northern Ireland's top-drawer course is a beauty with a heart of steel.

The Island, a quiet spot close to Dublin
This "rambunctious linksland" is just a quick trip from the capital.

Ireland Golf Resources
Helpful links for planning your golf trip to Ireland.

Irish Golf Quotes
Wisdom and humor from the links of Eire.