The South West of Ireland is regarded as one of the great golfing area’s in the World, rightly famed for the quality of its many
The Home of Three Major Champions & two of worlds top ten links courses in Royal Portrush & Royal County Down.
The Eastern Seaboard of Ireland has hosted the Ryder Cup, Walker Cup & Solhiem Cup in recent times. Great selection of Links & Parkland Courses close to Irelands Capital City.
The great links of the North West Atlantic Coastline combine the excitement of truly amazing golf with some of the most beautiful unspoilt scenery in the World.
The very mention of Golf in St. Andrews and Fife commands the attention of golfing purists everywhere. It is here that the game has its traditional home & is a pilgrimage that every golfer should take.
Home to Three Open Championship venues, the West Coast of Scotland gives you the opportunity historic courses with many stories to tell.
Within an hour of Edinburgh, you have a whole selection of world class links and parkland courses from Muirfield to Gleneagles. Unlike privileged courses around the globe, these fabled courses are available for public to play.
From Royal Dornoch to Royal Aberdeen, this area of Scotland may be remote but it offers the quintessential Scottish Experience with the finest scenery in the U.K.
Founded in 1889, the Open was last played at Birkdale in 2008 when Padraig Harrington lifted the Claret Jug for back to back Open Championships. Royal Birkdale has hosted two Ryder Cups, the Walker Cup as well as Nine Open Championship.
Walton Heath may be more than 100 years old but it still presents the same stern challenge it did when it opened. Some 700ft above sea level, this is classic heathland, usually firm and fast underfoot.
One of the premier links courses in the World, Royal Lytham & St. Annes will host the 2012 Open Championship. Founded in 1896, the course has also hosted two ryder cups along with 10 British Opens.
Sunningdale Old Course was designed by Willie Park Junior and opened in 1900. The Old Course is considered one of the best inland courses in the UK and is regularly found in various “100 top courses” rating lists.
The Real Club Valderrama is one of the most famous golf clubs in mainland Europe. This beautifully manicured course has played host to many great events such as the Ryder Cup in 1999.
Lying between the imposing Serra do Caldeirão Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean Monte Rei is blessed with a visually stunning location. Combine this with the fact that it is rated as the Number 1 golf course in Portugal and you are truly destined for an unforgettable round of golf.