Ireland’s Spectacular South West

Tee box looking over the sea titled Ireland's Spectacular South West

Ireland’s Spectacular South West

Ireland’s South-West coast offers an extraordinary links golf experience, defined by dramatic, raw terrain that touches your soul. With its tee sheets packed and hotels fully booked through summer 2022, it’s time to plan ahead for 2023.

Immerse yourself in the history, evolution and uniqueness of the region’s world-famous courses and let us take you on a trip that will create memories for life.

Tralee Golf Club, Co. Kerry. Course and sea view

Tralee Golf Club, Co. Kerry.

From the beauty of Lahinch, host to the 2019 Irish Open and revered as the ‘St Andrew’s of Ireland’, to the towering dunes at Ballybunion and cliff top views at Arnold Palmer’s jewel in Tralee. You’re spoilt for choice as you plot your way around the Wild Atlantic Way, each experience on and off the course more inspiring than the last.

Lahinch Golf Club - Looking down on golf green and beach

Lahinch Golf Club, Co. Clare

JB Carr once remarked, “The Old Head of Kinsale is the 8th wonder of the world”. We’d agree. It sits in stellar company in the South-West of Ireland, amongst links masterpieces from Old Tom Morris, Arnold Palmer, Eddie Hackett and Tom Fazio.

Lighthouse at the end of a peninsula

Old Head Golf Links, Co. Cork

Off the course, savour the splendour and service of ancient castles transformed into luxuriously appointed resort accommodation. Visit the Cliffs of Moher, walk the streets and enjoy sumptuous fresh seafood, washed down with a chilled Guinness.

Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare at sunset

Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare

Sit back, click and enjoy the video below. It’s a glimpse at the golf and ‘craic’ you and your crew will enjoy on this awe-inspiring trip, where a hundred thousand welcomes await.

Start planning your 2023 trip of a lifetime, our team is ready to hear from you.