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The Wild Atlantic Links

Arrival and departure from Dublin or Shannon Airport. Bespoke itinerary to include deluxe accommodation, golf, dedicated driver and transport for the duration of your trip. See transport options.

Recommended golf courses include:

Ballyliffin (Glashedy / Old Course)

Rosapenna (Sandy Hills / Old Tom Morris Course / St. Patricks Links)

Co. Sligo (Rosses Point)



Ceann Sibéal (Dingle)


Hogs Head







Narin & Portnoo



Ballyliffin Golf Club consists of two outstanding, contrasting links courses, the Glashedy Links which was host to the European Tour's 2018 Irish Open and the Old Links course. Ballyliffin is often referred to as ‘the Ballybunion of the North’.

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As a founder member of the Golfing Union of Ireland (1891), Portsalon in Co. Donegal is well established and offers golfers a chance to play on an original natural golf links design. The second hole is extra special with an elevated tee box overlooking the beach and an 'S' shaped river all the way to the green.

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Located on the edge of the picturesque Sheephaven Bay, Rosapenna is home to the Old Tom Morris Links designed by Old Tom Morris of St. Andrews in 1893 and a modern great in the Sandy Hills Links. The new St Patrick's Links by Tom Doak opened in June 2021 and has taken the golf world by storm, culminating in its debut as the highest new entry at #55 in the GOLF Magazine Top 100 in the World rankings 2021-22.

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Co. Sligo at Rosses Point

A centenarian with all the dignity and maturity of age, this is one of Ireland’s great championship golf links. The club has hosted most of Ireland’s major championships over the years. Three extended beaches beneath the cliffs keep the Atlantic at Bay to the west of the course while towering Benbulben competes with the ocean for scenic splendour on the land side.

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Dingle Links

The most westerly golf course in Europe, Dingle Golf Links is delightfully secluded in the heart of  Co. Kerry where the Irish language is still very much part of daily life. Enjoy attempts to prounouce each hole in its Gaelic name, one of which is named "Ifreann" which translates to Hell, a not so subtle warning to what awaits you! Ceann Sibéal features stunning views overlooking the Blasket Islands on this testing, but fun course.

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A spectacular golf course with interesting topography and a clever blend of long, short and quirky holes. With blind tee-shots, massive dunes and a fair bit of wind, this course is a wonderful challenge. 



Voted Ireland's most scenic golf course 2020, Dooks offers a visual feast of scenery with the MacGillyuddy's Reeks mountain range to the Southeast and sandy peninsulas to the north and west, it's not hard to see why. Dooks offers a tranquil setting with a warm welcome and a technical challenge for golfers. In the words of Tom Coyne "Don't drive past this gem".

Hogs Head

Built on a peninsula outside Waterville village, Hogs Head Golf Club is one of the newer courses in Ireland and was voted "Best New International Golf Course" by in 2018. With mountain, lake, sea and cliffs views, particularly stunning along the back 9, Hogs head really has it all. 


Narin & Portnoo

Regarded as one of Ireland's hidden gems, Narin & Portnoo Links is tucked away in the rural Southwest corner of Donegal. Revitalised in 2019, the new course has stunning visuals of Gweebarra Bay and offers a range of teeing areas and challenges to suit all golfers.



Carne Golf Links was the last to be designed by the late Eddie Hackett and it is regarded by many as his best. The development of Carne Golf Links caused little disturbance to the wild and ancient landscape, tees and greens occurred naturally and winds through some of the highest sand dunes in the world. In 2021 Carne hosted the 54-hole Irish PGA Championship with the tournament set to return for 2022.

Featured Hotels

Dromoland Castle

Ireland’s most magical address, Dromoland Castle has been welcoming guests since the 16th century. The ancestral home of the O’Briens of Dromoland, whose lineage dates back 1,000 years to Brian Boru, one of the last High Kings of Ireland, they’ve got nobility and hospitality in their DNA.

From the imposing baronial façade to the startling interiors, you’ll find a world of historic grandeur underpinned by the finest modern comforts. With lavish decor, indulgent dining, fabulous views and magnificent bedrooms, this is a place to feel at home.

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Trump International Doonbeg

Old-world luxury, breathtaking views, and unparalleled service await you at Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Doonbeg. Set against a spectacular backdrop of rugged landscape and shimmering sea waves, Trump Doonbeg offers a haven to golf enthusiasts. As one of Europe's most distinguished five-star destinations, they offer self-catering, paired luxurious accommodations, superior amenities, and dedicated service.

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Ballyliffin TownHouse & Spa

Located on the north-western tip of Inishowen, Co. Donegal, not far from the most northerly headland on the mainland of Ireland.

Ballyliffin TownHouse welcomes guests from all over the world to share and enjoy the un-spoilt scenery on the most northerly tip of the Wild Atlantic Way; whilst savouring the unique experience of a warm Irish family welcome.

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An 18th century Georgian manor, Waterville House sits on a narrow isthmus facing the wild Atlantic with beautiful Lough Currane on its eastern perimeter. Aside from its comfort and charm, the four star residence has 12 bedrooms and a private Fazio designed practice facility.

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