Dublin golf breaks will never disappoint. A beautiful, historic city with superb golf courses and Guinness too! What more could you want from golf packages in Dublin from the Golf Travel Centre. For a superior championship course designed by Ryder Cup legend Christy O’Connor Jnr, the Knightsbrook Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort is perfect. Try also the Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort, which has hosted the Irish Open four times, for a luxurious escape. The K Club is home to two championship courses, The Palmer Ryder Cup and Smurfit, whilst the Portmarnock Hotel & Golf Links, designed by Bernhard Langer, a three times Irish Open winner, offers golf in Dublin together with breathtaking views of the Velvet Strand. Contact the Golf Travel Centre for th
Dublin is the charming capital city of Ireland which is famous for its historic buildings, great outdoors and beer, of course. So why not head down to Dublin for a pint of Guinness and a spot of golf for a Dublin golf holiday you’ll never forget, even after a few pints!
Dublin is a vibrant city that offers the perfect combination of history, culture and fun. It’s home to some outstanding golf courses that you won’t want to miss out on. There are over 1000 pubs for you to grab a drink or some traditional Irish pub grub. The two make for a great time with a group of friends.
However, the capital is also filled with historical sites that you must visit, such as Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick’s Cathedral. So, bring the family along because there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Dublin.
Our Dublin golf breaks are catered for all types of holidays. Whether you’re looking for a spa hotel, luxury escape or a week of family fun, we’ve got the perfect package for you.
When planning a golf getaway in Dublin, it is important to remember that wind and rain are possible but that’s just all part of the Dublin golfing experience. Be prepared, don’t worry, bring a jacket and it will all be grand.
The late spring and summer months are the warmest so you can enjoy playing golf in the lovely Irish sunshine. You might even need to bring out some sun cream! However, these months are also the most popular so don’t be too surprised if the courses become a little crowded.
If you’re making the trip to Ireland, you should try and tie it in with St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Join in the fun and watch the parade, street performers and fireworks for an amazing. unique experience.
Our top picks for golf courses in Dublin include the championship course designed by Ryder Cup legend Christy O’Connor Jnr at the Knightsbridge Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort. Another great course is at Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort which has hosted the Irish Open four times. Yet, there are still so many more!