Golf in Ireland is a joy for sure and also one of the best ways to enjoy your golf vacation. There are no business meetings, no phone calls to bother, just you and your fantastic new golf clubs. The best experience you can give to your life is golfing. If you love playing golf, golf in Ireland will provide you with great golfing experiences.
Finding a good golf course does not seem to be hard at all in Ireland. There are lots of golf clubs to choose from. You can find golf courses with sunny beaches or with more moderate climate.
Here are some of the famous Irish golf courses
The Royal Dublin Golf Club:
The Royal Dublin Golf Club is a more than a century old golf course, most venerate and the second oldest golf course. This golf club covers a huge area of 230 acres and belongs to the Adare Manor Estate. Adare Golf Course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr. offering a magnificent parkland layout. This is one of the leading parkland courses in Ireland.
Beaufort Golf Club:
This golf course was founded only in 1995 but is fast becoming a play venue for all kind of golfers. Beaufort has been carved from natural terrain and lush with plant growth. Some characteristics of Beaufort Golf Course are the bunkering patterns, large contoured greens and generous fairways. Eighth hole is the jewel in the Beaufort crown. The beautiful green course bestow you a splendid scenery of the beautiful McGillycuddy Reeks mountain range. On this course each hole asks solemn questions of a golfer’s ability.
This club is located along side of the Fota Island, Mount Juliet and Carlow. Druids Glen hosted the Irish Open Golf Championship from 1996 to 1999, was awarded with the prestigious Hertz International Travel Awards. Due to its outstanding beauty the golf club area is called as “Heaven’s Reflex”.
Killarney Golf Club:
Killarney Golf Club comprises three top-class parklands – Lackabane, Mahony’s Point and Killeen Course. Killeen Course is the jewel of the Killarney golfing crown.
Ardfert Golf Club:
This Irish golf club is situated 15 miles north of Tralee and is the right place for people who are looking for an economical nine holer. The course is in existence from 1994 and has attracted thousands of visitors so far. It just measures 5700 yards, proving that a layout doesn’t have to be a monster to make it both interesting and challenging. Snacks are available for visitors in a clubhouse, nearby.
These golf courses will not only make playing golf in Ireland interesting and challenging but also a memorable one.