Carrying the prestigious Hawtree & Son design signature, Blainroe Golf Club opened in 1978 where its cliff top location affords some spectacular views of the Irish Sea. Looking westwards up the narrow valley you have the majestic Wicklow Mountains which give Blainroe its own micro-climate and a beautiful location for all year-round golf.
2 Nights B&B, 2 Rounds of Golf & Return Ferry…. From £320pps*
Druids Glen Hotel & Golf Resort – the perfect location for a golfing break in Ireland, where you can tee off on a course of champions in surroundings rich in history and prestige.
The magnificent course, which first opened in 1994, was designed by Peter McEvoy and the late Christy O’Connor Jnr. It sits in beautiful parkland near Dunlavin Co Wicklow with mature woodland lining all the fairways.
3 Nights B&B, 2 Rounds of Golf & Return Ferry…. From £285pps*
Overlooking the lakeside wildlife reserve, The Arklow Bay Hotel is situated in the heart of County Wicklow, Ireland’s garden county. The hotel has all the facilities needed to make your stay the ultimate experience. Guests have full use of the Bay Leisure centre offering a pool, state of the art gym, steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.
There are not many places in the world like Powerscourt Golf Club, only 30 minutes from Dublin airport, you feel like you have entered a different world. The two championship golf courses are situated among the truly magnificent Powerscourt Estate which is home to 1,000 acres of what needs to be seen to be believed.
There are few places in the world that encapsulate the true spirit of the game of golf like Druids Heath. The Mountains, Sea and rolling Irish Countryside provide stunning vistas throughout your round.
The Druids Glen Course, known to many as the “Augusta of Europe” is famous for hosting the Irish Open on four occasions – along with the prestigious Seve Trophy.
Designed by Ryder Cup winning captain & player, Paul McGinley, Macreddin Golf Course is set in woodlands with tree-lined fairways and challenging layouts that favour players with an accurate shot off the tee. The course lies over opposing hillsides, with panoramic views across the valley available from many holes.
Described as “Ireland’s Augusta,” Woodenbridge Golf Course is steeped in history. The current 18 hole layout was created in 1994 when the pre-existing 9 hole course – dating back to the 1890’s – was extended. Seamlessly blending tradition and modern design, the course incorporates the flows of the Avoca and the Aughrim rivers, which come into play on ten of the holes.
Arklow Golf Club is a links course dating back to 1927. Since then, it has continually evolved and is now described by many as “a hidden jewel” among Ireland’s golf courses.