Golf Trips Ireland

The Royal Dublin Golf Course


This itinerary is based around our capital city of Dublin and includes a mixture of famous Links and parkland courses. You will play such famous links courses as Portmarnock, the Royal Dublin, The Island Club and the European Club. You will also play picturesque parkland courses such as the K Club and Druids Glen.

Time permitting you can visit the Guinness Brewery and enjoy a complimentary pint of Guinness while enjoying the spectacular views from the 360 degree rooftop bar.



2.Royal Dublin

3.Druids Glen

4.European Club

5.The K Club

6.The Island Club

Included Golf Courses

The Island Club

PAR: Men 71/Ladies 75- LENGTH: 6,312 YARDS
The Island Golf Club was founded in 1890 making it one of the oldest golf courses in Ireland. It is situated on what was once an island off the east coast of Ireland and is bordered by the sea on three sides. Recently ranked number 8 in Ireland by Irish Golfer Magazine and, this is a must play for fans of true links golf.


The prestigious Portmarnock Golf Club founded in 1894 is consistently ranked amongst the top golf courses in the world. The quality and location of Portmarnock on a small peninsula extending into the Irish Sea has attracted some great events over the years in the British Amateur, the Canada Cup, the Walker Cup and some 12 Irish Open Championships. Arnold Palmer has been quoted as calling Portmarnock’s 15th hole, “the finest par-3 in the world.”

The Royal Dublin

PAR: Men 72/Ladies 74 - LENGTH: 7,269 YARDS
Royal Dublin Golf Club founded in 1885 is Ireland’s second oldest golf club. This truly magnificent links course located on Bull Island, a UNESCO nature reserve is widely accepted as one of the greatest links courses in the world. With the precarious winds to contend with the course offers its guests an opportunity to play both a challenging and rewarding game of golf.

Druids Glen

PAR: Men 71/Ladies 73 - LENGTH: 7,026 YARDS
Founded in 1995 the Druids Glen Golf Resort has two scenic, well-wooded Championship parkland courses. The Glen course designed by Pat Ruddy and Tom Craddock and hosted the Irish Open four years in a row. The course includes spectacular water features, manicured tree line fairways and stunning flora and fauna. The Heath founded in 2003 described as “Natures Gift to Golf” exactly what one would expect from a club located in County Wicklow or ‘The Garden of Ireland’ as it is so aptly known.

The K Club

PAR 72 - LENGTH: 7,337 YARDS
Located in the lush rolling countryside of county Kildare the K Club offers two outstanding championship courses, the Ryder Cup Course and the Smurfit Course. The Ryder Cup Course is regarded as the finest parkland golf course in Ireland and hosted the Ryder Cup in 2006. The Smurfit is the newer of the courses and hosted the European Open in 2004.

European Club

PAR: Men 71/Ladies 72 - LENGTH: 7,490 YARDS
The European Club founded in 1992 is located in tumbling dunes with sweeping views over the Irish sea. The links has been consistently ranked in the World's Top 100 courses. Tiger Woods who holds the links record at 67 stated during his time here that it was ‘a great links’ full of ‘optical illusions.’ It is a course not for the faint-hearted and will provide each golfer with an invigorating yet enjoyable round of golf.