Ireland is home to approximately a third of the world’s links courses many of which are included in various ‘top 100 courses in the world’ compilations. With over 5,500 km of spectacular coastline, unspoiled sandy beaches, rugged cliffs and mountains that drop to the sea, ancient dunes millions of years in the making it’s a country that offers an outstanding golf trip to be enjoyed by golfers of all levels.
Too many considered the ‘home of golf’ Scotland has a rich and diverse history and a sporting landscape to match. With well over 500 courses to choose from a golfing trip to Scotland will live long in the memory and of course having the chance to play the Old Course at St. Andrew’s will be the pilgrimage most serious golfers will make at least once in their lifetime. Not only does Scotland have wonderful courses made so famous by the Open Championship, but it also has an abundance of outstanding hidden gems that make a golf trip to Scotland so special.
England & Wales
England is home to some of the best and most challenging golf courses in the British Isles. With a diverse range of courses to play, links, heathland, parkland and the sand-belt courses of south west London there are so many possibilities to enjoy a wonderful golf trip. Home to some cracking courses Wales hit the golfing headlines when the Ryder Cup came to Celtic Manor in 2010. Talk to us about combining a trip to England with some of Wales finest, you will not be disappointed.
Australia & New Zealand
In the recent publication of Golf Digest’s ‘World’s Greatest 100 Courses’ there were no fewer than 6 Australian courses that appeared in the first 33 courses listed. With the exception of America that’s more than any other country in the world such is the strength in depth of golf courses in Australia. When you add in golf in New Zealand it’s not hard to see why these southern hemisphere destinations are becoming so popular.