Founded in 1939, Carrick-on-Suir Golf Club has relocated and expanded down the years, settling on its current, challenging, 18-hole form that stretches to 6,847 yards from the tips.
Now a 27-hole complex, the City of Derry Golf Club dates back to 1911 when Willie Park Junior laid out a 9-hole course on an undulating, wooded site where the River Foyle provides a pretty backdrop.
If you are brave enough to tackle the brutal Championship course from Connemara Golf Club's back tees – good luck – pray that the wind machine is turned off.
Founded in 1894, County Cavan Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in Ireland. Although the tree-lined course measures a modest 6,164 yards from the back tees this par 70 parkland layout has been tantalising golfers for years.
Dingle Golf Club or Ceann Sibéal as it is sometimes called is a natural and evocative links course overlooking Dingle Bay.
The Murvagh peninsula jutting out into Donegal Bay is the home of Donegal Golf Club. It’s an enchanting and isolated setting for a big links course.
Dooks Golf Club is a tranquil, engaging and fun golf course. It also provides a true and traditional links experience.
The centurion Enniscorthy Golf Club has grown and developed over more than a hundred years into one of County Wexford’s premier parkland courses and much of the architectural credit for today’s layout belongs to Eddie Hackett and Pat Ruddy.
The location is ravishing; Enniscrone Golf Club is set on a promontory, which juts out into Killala Bay at the mouth of the Moy Estuary.
Greenore Golf Club consists of a mixture of “links-like” and parkland holes framed by tall pine trees.