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Why Dublin Golf Holidays

Dublin is neighboured by world-renowned golf courses, from the home of the Irish Open to classic links courses, some of these are name-dropped in the top 100 Golf Courses in the World. The experience of playing out on the fairways in The Pale is like no other. Not too shabby, right?

Famous for its vibrant and friendly nightlife, Dublin city centre is a chance to experience some of Europe's best pubs. Temple Bar is a necessity for the itinerary: live music, buzzing historical pubs, and experiencing A* Guinness and whiskey tasting. You'll never be bored post-golf.

Ready-made Dublin Packages

Roganstown Hotel & Country Club (1 Night, B&B + 2 Rounds)
1 night 2 rounds
Roganstown Hotel & Country Club (1 Night, B&B + 2 Rounds)
  • 1 Night Accommodation
  • 4* Roganstown Hotel & Country Club (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 2 x rounds @ Roganstown Golf Course
Roganstown Hotel & Country Club (2 Nights, B&B + 3 Rounds)
2 nights 3 rounds
Roganstown Hotel & Country Club (2 Nights, B&B + 3 Rounds)
  • 2 Nights Accommodation
  • 4* Roganstown Hotel & Country Club (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 3 x rounds @ Roganstown Golf Course
Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (1 Night, B&B + 2 Rounds)
1 night 2 rounds
Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (1 Night, B&B + 2 Rounds)
  • 1 Night Accommodation
  • 5* Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 1 x round @ The Montgomerie Course
  • 1 x round @ The O'Meara Course
Killeen Castle Golf Resort & Lodges (2 Nights, B&B + 2 Rounds)
2 nights 2 rounds
Killeen Castle Golf Resort & Lodges (2 Nights, B&B + 2 Rounds)
  • 2 Nights Accommodation
  • Killeen Castle Hunters Lodges (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 2 x rounds @ Killeen Castle Golf Club
  • Return Airport Transfers
Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (2 Nights, B&B + 2 Rounds)
2 nights 2 rounds
Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (2 Nights, B&B + 2 Rounds)
  • 2 Nights Accommodation
  • 5* Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 1 x round @ The Montgomerie Course
  • 1 x round @ The O'Meara Course
Portmarnock Resort & Jameson Golf Links (2 Nights, B&B + 2 Rounds)
2 nights 2 rounds
Portmarnock Resort & Jameson Golf Links (2 Nights, B&B + 2 Rounds)
  • 2 Nights Accommodation
  • 4* Portmarnock Resort (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 2 x rounds @ Jameson Golf Links
  • Return Airport Transfers
Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (3 Nights, B&B + 3 Rounds)
3 nights 3 rounds
Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (3 Nights, B&B + 3 Rounds)
  • 3 Nights Accommodation
  • 5* Carton House, A Fairmont Managed Hotel (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 2 x rounds @ The Montgomerie Course
  • 1 x round @ The O'Meara Course
Portmarnock Resort & Jameson Golf Links (3 Nights, B&B + 3 Rounds)
3 nights 3 rounds
Portmarnock Resort & Jameson Golf Links (3 Nights, B&B + 3 Rounds)
  • 3 Nights Accommodation
  • 4* Portmarnock Resort (Bed & Breakfast)
  • 1 x rounds @ Jameson Golf Links
  • 1 x round @ The Island Golf Club
  • 1 x round @ Luttrellstown Golf Club
  • Return Golf Transfers
  • Return Airport Transfers

Golf Courses in Dublin

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Top Pick Links
Jameson Golf Links
Jameson Golf Links
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Top Pick
Killeen Castle Course
Killeen Castle Course
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Carton House Montgomerie Course
Carton House Montgomerie Course
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Carton House O'Meara Course
Carton House O'Meara Course
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Howth Golf Club
Howth Golf Club
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Luttrellstown Castle Golf Club
Luttrellstown Castle Golf Club
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Roganstown Golf Course
Roganstown Golf Course
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Links
St. Anne's Golf Club
St. Anne's Golf Club
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The Heritage Golf Course
The Heritage Golf Course
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The Island Golf Club
The Island Golf Club

Top Courses in Dublin

The capital city of Ireland is home to some of the world's best. Most courses are suited to a group of mixed-level handicaps, so no need to leave the duffer friend back home. Whether it's a classic links or a famous tournament-hosting loop, Dublin's range of top-quality courses is nothing short of impressive.

The historical Portmarnock Golf Club, home of the first Irish Open, or K-Club, which was a Ryder Cup host, are both there for the taking on the outskirts of Dublin. Which one will you play? Take your pick.

Best Dublin Golf Packages

While the resorts have golf courses on the doorsteps, many hotels are a par 3 from the nearest courses. No matter the loop and accommodation of choice, you're guaranteed accessible rounds with the group followed by the lively city centre next door.

It's difficult trying to book a golf holiday. Organising the group, booking hotels and tee-off times. With our packages, the holiday is as easy as a gimme. We handle all this stress, so you don't have to.

The Course We Recommend

Our team has a clear favourite and it's got to be the Portmarnock Resort, located in East Dublin. Where to start? A traditional, earthy Irish links loop that hosted the first Irish Open back in 1927.

Since then, it has hosted a series of amateur and professional tournaments while remaining open to the public. Chuck in the famous Jameson's halfway house and it's a hole-in-one package.

What To Do In Dublin

Dublin is an excellent city to explore for a short weekend trip. A famous historically rich city that presents thrills for all visitors and leaves nobody disappointed.

Whether you're staying in the city centre, or on the outskirts, cultural authenticity is everywhere. Many independent and welcoming pubs proudly serve the classics of traditional Irish cuisine. From the comforts of Irish stew to trying the white pudding on an Irish full breakfast. Are you team black or team white pudding?

The nightlife scene is famously bustling throughout the entire city. Prepare for a wild one. A visitor favourite is often Temple Bar, home to the oldest pub in Ireland and many other excellent live music venues with a buzzing atmosphere.

If you want a taste of where the locals go, visit the other side of the river for traditional and comforting pubs serving creamy pints of Guinness. We were all thinking about it.

Dublin Travel Information

The average flight time from England to Dublin Airport is roughly 1 hour and 10 minutes. The airport is located far East Dublin, so when you land, you're in the thick of it.

From the buses, trams, and Uber, getting around Dublin is a breeze. If you're preparing for a late one, be sure to book a taxi as the bus service ends around 11:30 p.m.

Dublin Weather

The best time to visit Dublin is during the warmest month of July when the average temperature is around 15.5°C. Although out-of-season rain is common, it's not as frequent in July, so it's advisable to book your trip around this time if you prefer drier weather.

Don't forget to pack thick layers of clothing, whether it's your best golfing attire or your fancy clothes for a night out in town. Dublin is known to have frequent rainfall and can be colder, especially when you're out on the fairways.

FAQ

How many golf courses are there in Dublin?

Throughout the entire county of Dublin, there are just over 30 golf courses. From traditional links, historical gems, and championship courses, you're spoilt for choice. Ireland offers a unique and diverse experience that other European destinations can't.

How many courses are there at K Club?

K Club is a luxurious golf resort that's home to two world-class loops. Both are designed by the golfing and golf architect giant Arnold Palmer, and each is recognised worldwide among the best. Both are called Palmer North and Palmer South.

What is the major golf tournament in Ireland?

The major and oldest golf tournament held in Ireland is the Irish PGA Professional Championship. Held since 1907, the tournament's rich history always produces lots of excitement and has witnessed some excellent rounds.

How much is a round at the K Club?

K Club is possibly the most luxurious resort in the whole of Dublin. Green fees are roughly €100 which converts to roughly £88.

Can anyone play at the K Club?

The K Club is open to the public. Also, it does not require proof of an official handicap. However, to play on the Palmer North Course, you must be a highly skilled golfer. It's the more difficult course of the two and this allows for smoother rounds for those at a higher level.

Book Your Dublin Golf Holiday Now!

Dublin is at the top of many golfers' bucket lists. Many unique and world-class courses in varied styles of play, alongside one of Europe's best nightlife scenes, make an outstanding package for the group.

Get organised and book an awesome trip to Dublin. It'll be hard to top.

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