It’s no surprise that Ireland is commonly referred to as the Emerald Isle, for you yourself will see more shades of green than you ever thought possible upon arriving in this magical country. Every part of Ireland, both the bustling cities and sleepy countryside, is full of rich culture, history and scenery that will truly captivate you and your senses. Whether looking to spend your time on many of the world’s finest golf courses with the likes of Ballybunion, Royal County Down, Old Head, Portmarnock and Royal Portrush to name a few, immersing yourself in the deep rooted history or a combination of both, you will not be disappointed by the variety of things that Ireland has in store for you to discover!


Northern Ireland
The capital of Northern Ireland and a port city full of history, Belfast is one of the most vibrant cities in all of Ireland, conveniently located within an hour of the No 1 ranked course in the world; Royal County Down and 90 minutes from Royal Portrush, site of the 2019 British Open Championship.
The capital city of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is a city lovers dream. From museums, shopping and countless classic pubs, the possibilities are endless to satisfy anyone’s appetite for discovering this bustling city. Not to mention the historic golf within a short drive from city center from Portmarnock to The K Club and Royal Dublin, this city has it all! 
A nature lovers dream town, Killarney is the gateway into the Killarney National Park. It is also situated next to the mystical Lough Leane and is right on the famous scenic driving circuit, the Ring of Kerry, providing visitors with stunning scenery at every turn.
The North/Northwest region of Ireland, which encompasses counties in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland has quickly become the must-visit destination for golf enthusiasts.
Cork Southwest
Located in Southern Ireland, Cork is Ireland’s third largest city and home to the hottest culinary scene in Ireland. The waterfront towns dotting this region of Ireland will make you feel like you are living right out of a postcard. Which is fitting since the south is home to one of the most picturesque golf courses in the entire world; Old Head!
West Coast
The heart of Ireland’s west cost is made up of County’s Clare, Galway, Mayo & Sligo. This area is known for its stunningly dramatic coastlines and world famous links courses.