Ireland is just one huge green with over 300 links for golfers to play their favorite sport in both an informal and friendly manner. Ballybunion is the most famous course in Ireland and sits cliffside of the Atlantic Ocean. There is a charming (aren’t they all in Ireland?) village of the same name, and since I had just recently sent golfing clients there, I was anxious to lay my eyes on this historic and popular spot.
Even in August, at the peak of tourist season, there were no crowds; no clogged roads, no throngs of people, and other than searching for signs, I would never know this was such a sought after destination. Here are a few other courses that may pique your interest: Lahinch, Portmarnock, Waterville, Tralee, County Sligo, Old Head, Ballyliffin, and Adare.
We can design a lovely trip that includes restful landscapes, lovely inns, fine food, plenty of Guinness, and naturally all the green fees and golf necessities to make the morning (or afternoon) or both a delightful marriage of sport and nature.