Dingle Golf Club or Ceann Sibéal as it is sometimes called is a natural and evocative links course overlooking Dingle Bay.
With the Slieve Bloom Mountains as a backdrop, Tullamore Golf Club is a classic parkland course measuring 6,428 yards from the back markers.
Rosslare is regarded as being the sunniest spot in Ireland and it is almost unheard of to have the course at Rosslare Golf Club closed due to bad weather or ground conditions.
If ever a golf club was set to face the challenges of the modern golf game then it’s Dun Laoghaire.
The West course at Powerscourt Golf Club was created by DMK Golf Design – whose founder, David McLay Kidd, was the man responsible for designing the much-acclaimed Bandon Dunes.
Castle Golf Club, a 6,270-yard, par 70 parkland course is laid out in two loops of nine holes with a sting in the tail...
Located in the heart of the Irish Midlands, the 18-hole parkland course at New Forest Golf Club is laid out over gently undulating terrain...
Rathsallagh Golf Club at Rathsallagh House is a long and challenging course with plenty of variety and interest.
Tramore Golf Club is a parkland course built on rolling terrain with many fairways framed by mature stands of trees and it bears resemblance to London's great heathland courses.
With no two holes alike, Tulfarris Golf Club is an exciting course having played host to the Irish Seniors Open Championship.